Prior to that, he interned with the House Committee on the Judiciary, engaging with a diverse range of legislation and policy issues in areas including foreign and domestic intellectual property, patent and trademark litigation, U.S. Copyright review, municipal bankruptcy, national intelligence, and federal civil rights.
Public service has been a consistent part of Oliver’s career; prior to his internships, he spent two years in Atlanta as a Teach For America corps member. As a middle school Math teacher, Oliver sought to inspire his students to reach beyond the confines of environment and circumstance.
Oliver holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Tufts University. During his undergraduate career, Oliver gained considerable experience in the justice system working in New York’s civil, criminal, and appellate courts with counsel, judges, justices, and district attorneys. In his free time he enjoys cycling, writing and composing.