Luke is an associate attorney at Severson, Wogsland & Liebl, P.C.  Luke’s primary practice area is criminal defense, where he believes in aggressively advocating for his clients to achieve positive outcomes in their matters.  Luke will thoroughly review and analyze your entire case to ensure that your rights are protected at every stage.


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Educational Background

Luke attended Jamestown College in Jamestown, North Dakota, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration with concentrations in Economics and Global Business.  Luke was selected to the Dean’s List on two separate occasions while attending Jamestown College.


After graduating from Jamestown College, Luke attended the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  There, Luke concentrated on criminal law courses, and spent two years in law school clerking for the First District Public Defender’s Office in Chaska, Minnesota.  Over the course of his clerkship, Luke represented hundreds of indigent clients inside and outside of the courtroom throughout various aspects of their criminal matters.  Luke was also selected by his UST Law class to be their student graduation speaker.


Personal Background

Luke was born and raised in Jamestown, North Dakota and graduated from Jamestown High School.  During high school, Luke was a member of student government and was a member of the varsity basketball team for three years, including a senior year where he was named a unanimous selection to the All-WDA basketball team and chosen to the Class A Lion’s All-Star team.


Luke met his wife, Holly, while attending Jamestown College.  In his free time, Luke enjoys watching sports and movies, continues to play amateur basketball to his teammates dismay, and in the summer enjoys spending time at his family’s lake home. Luke and Holly also enjoy traveling to watch Holly’s siblings participate in sporting events and other activities.


Admitted to Practice 

Admitted to Practice in North Dakota and Minnesota

Federal Court for the District of North Dakota, 2015