Luke W. Sampson

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Luke Sampson joined Bovarnick and Associates in 2006 to oversee operations. In Spring of 2011, Luke graduated from Rutgers University School of Law. While in law school, Luke focused on corporate, commercial, and bankruptcy law, which enabled him to provide immediate and ongoing value to the Firm. Luke’s practice focuses on a range of corporate matters, including but not limited to contracts, incorporation, transactions, and business bankruptcies.

Education, Honors, & Distinctions

  • Rutgers University School of Law-Camden, NJ: JD, 2011 Dean’s List, Spring 2010
  • Loyola Marymount University Los Angeles, California: BA, 2006 Major: English; Emphasis: Writing Minor: German Dean’s List, Fall 2005
  • Goethe Institute April 2006: Internationally recognized, 2nd highest distinction in proficiency
  • Philadelphia VIP proudly recognized Luke W. Sampson for providing legal services to low-income residents in Philadelphia

Bar Admissions

  • Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania


  • “Charging Orders, A Wake-Up Call in Pennsylvania”, The Philadelphia    Business Law Insider, Vol I Issue IV- April 2012
  • “Professor Explains Science Behind Climate Change”, Philadelphia Bar Reporter, December 2014
  • “Authors Organic Approach to Law Concentrates on Relationships, Happiness”, Philadelphia Bar Reporter, February 2015
  • “Panel: Attorneys Must Take Care to Avoid Conflicts” The Philadelphia Bar Reporter. Vol. 44, No. 4. April 2015  Read Article Here
  • Legal Intelligencer, May 2015 – Read Article Here
  • Philadelphia Bar Reporter, June 2015 – Read Article Here

Pro Bono

  • Legal Services for “Philadelphia VIP” – Deed Transfers, Divorces
  • Section Liaison for the Executive Committee of the Philadelphia County Bar Association, Young Lawyers’ Division
  • Philadelphia VIP- Ex Officio Member of the Board of Directors


  • American Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Philadelphia Bar Association

Past Volunteer Work

  • Board Observer for the Philadelphia Bar Association Young Lawyers Division:  Board Observer for Canine Partners for Life (Non-profit organization dedicated to training service dogs and companion dog to assist individuals with a wide range of physical and cognitive disabilities.