Oliver Hamilton's versatile legal practice is primarily focused on business, real estate, and succession or estate law. His legal advice is soundly informed by his financial and technical knowledge, as well as analytic and practical business acumen acquired through international work in several industries.
Prior to practising law, Oliver worked for over a decade as a management consultant and conducted financial, marketing and risk analyses using complex statistical methods to provide advice to a variety of large and small companies. He holds a BA (economics/math) and an LLB from the University of British Columbia and an MBA from Simon Fraser University.
Oliver provides strategic guidance to the boards and executives of several not-for-profit (NPO) charities and societies both as clients and on a pro bono, volunteer basis. A past volunteer director on the board of Habitat for Humanity (Greater Vancouver), he currently serves as the administration and finance committee of the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster. He teaches a variety of subjects related to non-profit management, including charity law, governance, government relations and financial management.