• Million Dollar Advocates Forum



Biography Overview

Luke Mitcheson is a co-managing partner of Morgan & Morgan’s Boston office. Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan, he was a founding partner of Mitcheson & Lee LLP.  

Luke has been representing seriously injured clients since 2012. Before starting his personal injury practice, Luke worked for a large defense firm in Boston where he gained critical insight into the workings of the insurance defense world. Now, as a plaintiff's attorney, Luke uses this insider's knowledge to his clients' advantage, helping them obtain the full and fair compensation they deserve.

Luke is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Membership is limited to attorneys who have won million dollar verdicts, awards and settlements. Luke has been recognized by Massachusetts Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in the field of personal injury law every year since 2015, an honor given to just 2.5% of lawyers in the state. He has a perfect rating of 10 on the lawyer review site Avvo and was selected as one of the Top 25 Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers for his superior qualifications, trial results, and leadership.

An untiring advocate for motor vehicle and bicycle safety, Luke is committed to Vision Zero Boston whose goal is to eliminate fatal and serious traffic crashes in the city of Boston by 2030. Luke is also an avid cyclist and logged over 1,000 miles in 2019 commuting to work by bicycle.

Luke serves as the President of the Board of Trustees at the Waldorf School of Lexington. He also sits on the Steering Committee for the Solo & Small Firm Section of the Boston Bar Association.
Born in London, England, and raised in Winchester, Massachusetts, Luke now lives in Lincoln with his wife and two sons. When not in the office Luke can be found in New Hampshire at his family cabin on Lake Winnipesaukee fishing with his sons.

Practice Areas


  • St. John's College, Santa Fe 2001
  • Northeastern University School of Law 2009

Bar Admission

Bar Admission
  • Massachusetts 2009
  • United States District Court – Massachusetts 2010
  • Maine 2009
  • United States District Court – Maine 2010
  • New Hampshire 2020