Luke Hollway


Luke joined the team in 2022, after graduating from the University of Law and being awarded a MA Law degree with Distinction.

Since then, he has provided all-round support for the firm’s legal practice operations, working directly with the firm’s solicitors. He has gained extensive experience with immigration law, including assisting with visa and nationality applications, asylum claims and authoring court documents for appeal hearings.

Luke also provides support in commercial, contract and property matters, including conveyancing. He is particularly interested in environmental law, and his MA Law dissertation studied the utility of judicial review as a way to challenge the construction of new fossil fuel development projects.

Some of Luke’s recent achievements include authoring the skeleton argument in a successful appeal against the refusal of a worker visa, assisting with several successful applications for asylum, and playing a crucial role in the drafting of settlement agreements in a range of different disputes.

He is currently building up legal work experience in pursuit of qualifying as a solicitor on the SQE path.

Prior to working with LF Legal, Luke studied Politics at the University of York and worked in the Civil Service, as part of a project to incentivise environmental sustainability in English agriculture. Outside of work, Luke reads sci-fi novels (the geekier the better), and closely follows the tumultuous progress of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.

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