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Luke is a Trainee Solicitor in the Dispute Resolution team. He joined Kingsley Napley in September 2014 as a Legal Assistant in the Regulatory and Professional Discipline team, before becoming Head Legal Assistant in July 2016.
In his previous role, Luke was responsible for the investigation and preparation of fitness to practise cases relating to professional misconduct, lack of competence, health concerns, and convictions on behalf of regulatory bodies in the fields of health and education. Luke was also part of the firm’s private prosecutions team and assisted in providing advice to a wide range of regulators and individuals who seek to use criminal enforcement powers.
Luke assisted the Regulatory and Professional Discipline team in reviewing and implementing strategies to improve processes through reducing waste with the aim of increasing the value added client experience. In doing so, he has trained to Yellow Belt Level in respect of Lean Six Sigma methodology.
Prior to joining the firm, Luke gained extensive experience in the legal fields of criminal fraud and white collar crime, including assisting in advising clients in relation to Serious Fraud Office (SFO) investigatory interviews, and clients subject to proceedings brought by the Competition and Markets Authority (formally the Office of Fair Trading (OFT)).
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