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Trainee Solicitor

Oliver Kent

“Keeping this end goal in mind motivates me in my work and helps me see the ‘bigger picture’ when dealing with the intricacies of transactions”

Oliver joined the firm in 2019 as a paralegal in the Company Commercial and Charities and Social Enterprises team. He commenced his trainng contract with the firm in March 2021/

Working closely with James Orpin and Amy Laver, Oliver provides support on a variety of matters, including helping with business purchases, sales and joint ventures, drafting commercial and financial agreements of all natures (such as terms and conditions and legal charges) and the formation of business entities (such as companies and partnerships).

He also assists James Evans and Amy Laver on charity law matters including charity formations, mergers and acquisitions, and CIO conversions, as well as general charity governance issues and commercial agreements for charities.

Oliver enjoys meeting and helping clients achieve their business and personal aims, be they acquiring a lucrative target company or selling their lifelong business in order to retire. Thorough yet efficient, Oliver applies a hard-working and friendly approach, whilst constantly keeping an eye on the client’s ultimate aim. 

Prior to joining Tozers, Oliver completed both his undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications at the University of Exeter, achieving a Distinction in the Master’s version of the Legal Practice Course: LLM in Professional Legal Practice.

Outside of work he applies his focus and energy towards training and participating in triathlons.

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