Caroline Oliver

Senior Solicitor

Caroline has enjoyed a varied career working for top-tier law firms & organisations, in the UK & internationally since qualifying as a solicitor in 2000. Caroline trained with the trade union firm Thompsons Solicitors before moving to a London human rights firm.

In 2004 Caroline relocated to Singapore & worked as a senior manager for PwC advising corporates & individuals on global employment & immigration issues. Caroline was recognised as an expert in her field & ranked in the international Who’s Who Legal. Since returning to the UK Caroline has worked in-house for a PLC & a Legal 500 top tier employment law firm in Hampshire.

Caroline specialises in discrimination including disability, family-friendly rights, gender & race inequality. Employee wellbeing & mental health in the workplace are particular areas of expertise. She also advises on the full spectrum of employment law including dismissals, business reorganisation, redundancy, post-termination restrictions, TUPE & settlement agreements. Caroline’s clients have included multi-national corporations, councils, charities, SMEs & senior executives.

Caroline’s greatest legal passion is representing employees with problems at work because work is so central to identity, wellbeing & self-esteem. So often an imbalance of power between employer & employee creates a real injustice which she enjoys fighting. Caroline prides herself on her client-led, pragmatic & plain English approach to ensure that her clients receive a personal & empathetic service.

In her spare time Caroline enjoys spending time with her husband, twin girls and son on family bike rides in the New Forest, sailing & the annual camping trip! She also caught the travel bug having lived in Asia & backpacked through Central and South America.

Caroline is a school governor and member of the Employment Lawyers Association.

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