Luke Chen is an Associate with Marks, O’Neill, O’Brien, Doherty & Kelly. He is admitted to practice in New York and Texas.
Luke graduated with distinction from the University of Edinburgh Law School in 2021, with an LL.B. degree in Law. In 2022, he graduated from Boston University School of Law for his LL.M. degree, focusing on American Law. During his legal studies, Luke took part in numerous moot court competitions and was selected as a Student Legal Advisor at the Free Legal Advice Center in Edinburgh. In the Summer of 2021, he represented Edinburgh Law School, participating in legal training and lectures at Law Schools Global League Summer School hosted by the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law.
Prior to his legal career, Luke obtained a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma Christina University, and a master’s degree in Telecommunications from University of Maryland, College Park. He then worked as an engineer at a global cloud service firm in Colorado for several years. Before joining Marks O’Neill, Luke held numerous legal positions in the United States and United Kingdom and published legal articles concerning the impact of climate change and COVID-19-triggered government policies on human rights.
At Marks O’Neill, Luke brings his experience to the Casualty, Healthcare, Professional Liability, Construction and Transportation practice groups.
Outside of work, Luke enjoys reading, road trips, and outdoor activities in the mountains, such as hiking, camping, and skiing.