Oliver Hirsch is a first six pupil barrister based at 3PB’s Winchester office, undertaking a mixed common law pupillage. He has a particular interest in public and administrative law. His current pupil supervisor is Berenice Mulvanny.

Oliver achieved a First in History at The University of Oxford, before obtaining a Distinction in his Graduate Diploma in Law. During his Bar Professional Training Course, he was graded Outstanding in a number of areas, including Drafting and Criminal Litigation, and came top of his university cohort in Civil Litigation. Oliver is also the recipient of a Princess Royal Scholarship from Inner Temple.

Oliver has extensive pro bono legal experience. While at law school, he represented appellants in the Social Security Tribunal, and helped victims of domestic violence to obtain non-molestation orders.

Prior to commencing pupillage, he volunteered with Advocates for Animals, a law firm specialising in animal welfare, as well as taking a paid position as a paralegal for a nationwide social care provider.

Academic qualifications

  • Bar Professional Training Course, V Competent (University of Law)
  • Graduate Diploma in Law, Distinction (University of Law)
  • BA History, First (University of Oxford)