As E‑Discovery Consultant at Woods Rogers, Luke works primarily with clients to help them meet their due diligence responsibilities regarding the preservation of potentially relevant information to a lawsuit, subpoena, or internal investigation.

Before joining the firm, he served the Department of Defense and Department of Justice on a variety of assignments and is still consulted by the Department of Justice and INTERPOL within an investigative context. Luke’s experience working with a variety of different people from all walks of life, from all over the world, provides the E‑Discovery Practice Group with a deep and rich interpersonal skill set.

Luke has an undergraduate degree from Northeastern Illinois University, a graduate degree from Northwestern University, and a certificate in analytics/mathematics from New York University.

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