Luke is an associate at Oykhman Criminal Defence Law. Luke obtained his Juris Doctor from Queen's University in 2009. While in law school, Luke won the McDougall-Watson Memorial Award in recognition of excellent filework, hard work, and commitment to the objectives of the Queen's Law Students' Legal Aid Society. Prior to law school, Luke graduated with distinction from the University of Alberta with a BA, majoring in History. He also won the Colonel Gilbert Sanders award for excellence in the study of Western Canadian History, and made the Dean's Honor Roll in 2005 and 2006.Luke completed his articles with the Crown Law Office—Criminal in Toronto before returning back to Alberta to work as Crown Prosecutor in Wetaskiwin and Calgary, where he prosecuted hundreds of impaired driving cases, serious assaults, financial frauds, and also assisted on homicide prosecutions. Luke's previous experience as a Crown Prosecutor helps him bring a unique perspective to your case. He has a sharp eye for identifying and exploiting any and all weaknesses in the case against you, and is eager to put his experience to work for you.Luke takes pride in using a common-sense, down to earth, and efficient approach to getting the result you need in your criminal case.