Luke joined the firm in June 2016 as a trainee solicitor and successfully qualified in January 2018. He is currently the firm’s deputy immigration supervisor and in charge of organising LTP socials.
Luke previously worked as a paralegal for Leigh Day (2014-2016) where he worked in the International Group Claims Department. Luke has a background in Art, having completed a BA in Fine Art Painting in 2008, following which he set up and managed a community art gallery. Whilst working with this community, he decided to train as a lawyer, so as to be able to represent individuals in their legal battles, particularly those against the State. Luke has gone from strength to strength during his time at LTP. He is unafraid of questioning the status quo and of pushing the boundaries in the representation of his clients, who rate him highly. Luke undertakes a wide range of immigration and public law work and is developing sound advocacy skills. He is known for his good drafting skills, his attention to detail and cool head. When not in the office, Luke still likes to pretend that he is part of the London art scene.