Luke W. Reese


Area of practice: Civil Litigation, Employment & Labor Law, Human Resource Consultation


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I will earn your trust by taking over your problems so you can focus on running your business.

The key to cost effective problem solving is engaging the right people at the right time. Whether a school district or private organization, my clients rely on me to identify the solution and deploy a plan for resolution so that they can focus on what matters most – their customers, employees, and students.

Education and Admissions:

Willamette University College of Law, J.D., 2007

Santa Clara University, B.A., cum laude, 2004

Oregon State Bar, 2007

United States District Court for the District of Oregon, 2007

United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 2007

Professional Distinctions and Affiliations:

Oregon State Bar Association

Marion County Bar Association

Boys & Girls Club of Salem, Marion and Polk Counties, Board Member

Make-A-Wish® Oregon Ambassador, Board Member

GHR Response to COVID-19

In accordance with governmental guidelines and in deference to the health and safety of our clients, our team and our larger community, our attorneys and our full staff are now working together remotely to continue to provide seamless legal services. Due to our thorough business continuity planning we have long been prepared for such an event. Please be assured that we have the technological resources which guarantee the quality and continuity of our services without interruption. More importantly, our robust team of lawyers, paralegals and administrative assistants are available to continue to support you.

Perhaps most importantly, Garrett Hemann Robertson P.C. was founded on the belief that beyond the basic expectation of providing legal services at the highest level of the profession, we have a responsibility to care for our community. Now more than ever, our community needs us. We are, therefore, making a financial donation to the Salem Health Foundation to ensure that the most vulnerable in our community can continue to receive care.