Luke is a graduate of the University of Limerick (LLB 2011; LLM 2013) and of King's College London (PhD 2018). His PhD thesis, which was funded by the Centre of European Law, was entitled "A Normative Theory of Cartel Crime". Luke's general research interests lie in the area of regulatory crime and the criminalisation of regulatory offences. His work in the field of cartel crime has been published in international journals. Prior to joining UL, Luke was a visiting lecturer of EU law at King's College London. Luke is also a member of the Society of Legal Scholars.
My research interests lie in the areas of regulatory crime and competition law. I am interested in all areas relating to the criminalisation of regulatory offences. More specifically, my research looks at the justifications for invoking criminal law sanctions in non-traditional areas, and the practical implications of criminalising "white collar crimes".
Luke's teaching interests lie in the area of regulatory crime, company law, competition law, criminal theory, and EU law.
Luke currently teaches on the following modules: (LA4005) Legal Environment of Business; (LA4901) Principles of Law; (LA4013/5021) Media Law; (LA4008) Company and Partnership Law.