Oliver Luby is a Deputy City Attorney in the General Public Safety, Rent, and Code Enforcement Unit.
Prior to joining the City Attorney’s Office in 2019, Mr. Luby worked for Oakland City
Councilmember Dan Kalb, initially as a policy analyst and later as Chief of Staff. While in the
Councilmember’s office, Mr. Luby worked on numerous pieces of Oakland legislation, including
landlord–tenant policy, public safety, government ethics, taxes, amendments to the Council’s
Rules of Procedure and environmental issues. From 2000 to 2010, Mr. Luby held various
positions with the San Francisco Ethics Commission, primarily focused on election campaign
Mr. Luby graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School and has a bachelor’s degree in psychology
from New College of Florida.