A notable junior with a flair for advocacy, Oliver Mosley is a capable barrister with a keen tactical mind.
Corporate & Financial Crime
Oliver specialises in corporate and financial crime, demonstrating an aptitude for complex matters well beyond his year of call.
He has prosecuted and defended a diverse range of cases relating to fraud, money laundering and corporate dishonesty. In recent years he has been instructed on high-profile corporate crime cases, from investigations into failings at the Post Office, to allegations of fraudulent misrepresentation at G4S in relation to government contracts.
Oliver is adept at navigating and advising on document-heavy cases involving extensive disclosure as part of large trial teams and as sole counsel.
Oliver is an experienced prosecutor who is regularly instructed to act in serious and high-profile matters in the Crown Court. He is a Grade 3 CPS advocate and has been appointed to two specialist panels, Serious Crime and Fraud, at Grade 2 level.
He is a sought-after defence advocate in the Crown Court. Oliver regularly acts in a range of matters including firearms offences, gang matters, and serious violence. He has been commended by his instructing solicitors for his sound judgement, persuasive style, and client care.
Oliver is a registered youth court advocate and has completed vulnerable witness training.
Oliver has experience in a variety of regulatory work for various bodies. He is a registered case presenter for the Nursing and Midwifery Council, the General Dental Council and for Social Work England.
Oliver has experience with private prosecutions on behalf of multinational corporate clients, a specialist practice area within chambers.
In previous years he has worked on cases involving the supply of illicit streams in prosecutions brought by the Premier League, BT Sport and Sky plc, supported by Trading Standards and FACT. This has included supporting initial advisory work and pre-charge investigations as well as disclosure review.
He recently wrote an article published in The Barrister explaining the use of private prosecutions in relation to illicit streaming.
- CPS - External Advocates Panel (Grade 3)
- CPS Specialist Panel – Serious Crime (Grade 2)
- CPS Specialist Panel – Fraud (Grade 2)
- Serious Fraud Office - Counsel Panel C
- Nursing and Midwifery Council – Authorised Case Presenter
- Youth Court – registered advocate; YJLC trained
- CPS-Bar Diversity & Inclusion Committee
- Independent Panellist, Ministry of Justice Public Appointments
- The Criminal Bar Association
- The Young Fraud Lawyers Association
- The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
- Bar Professional Training Course & Master of Laws - City Law School, University of London (2017 – 2018)
- Diplock Scholar - The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple (2017 – 2018)
- Graduate Diploma in Law - City Law School, University of London (2016 – 2017)
- MA (Cantab.) Human, Social and Political Science - University of Cambridge (2013 – 2016)