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Luke Waldron is an attorney at the law firm of Critton, Luttier & Coleman. Luke practices civil trial law, including commercial litigation, legal malpractice, and personal injury.

Before joining Critton, Luttier & Coleman, Luke served Palm Beach County as an Assistant State Attorney for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit. During his service, he worked his way up from a misdemeanor to felony prosecutor within two years and tried more than two dozen jury trials. As a felony prosecutor, Luke handled second- and third-degree felonies, including robberies, burglaries, and firearm offenses.

Luke is a Palm Beach County native and product of Florida education. He graduated from Cardinal Newman High School in West Palm Beach as Valedictorian, received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a professional certificate in Spanish while in the Honors Program at the University of Florida, and finished fourth in his law school class with a Juris Doctorate degree at the Florida State University College of Law.

While in law school, Luke was a competition-winning member of the Trial Team, editor of the Florida State University Law Review, as well as a Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant. He received the highest grades in his class in the areas of Legal Writing & Research, Torts, Constitutional Law, Land Use, and Environmental Law. Luke was also recognized by vote of his classmates at graduation for “distinction in professionalism and leadership,” receiving the College of Law’s Raising the Bar Professionalism Award.