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Luke Holland
Luke Holland
Luke Holland Partner
t: +61 8 8415 9875
m: +61 405 081 700
o: Adelaide

Luke Holland

Partner

About Luke

Luke is one of South Australia's leading workplace lawyers. He advises a range of employers on employment and work health and safety (WHS) issues and is known for his practical and balanced approach. Luke is currently named on the Best Lawyers in Australia list for the Occupational Health and Safety category.
What he does
Luke's experience working in private practice, government and in-house roles, gives him a broad perspective on the workplace issues that impact employers. With his broad experience, Luke can anticipate issues and solve matters quickly. He helps clients deal with terminations, adverse actions, bullying claims, award and agreement interpretation, disciplinary issues, unfair dismissals and discrimination, as well as safety incidents and defending health and safety prosecutions.
Who he works with
Luke advises CEOs, senior managers and WHS professionals in the manufacturing, retail, insurance, education, entertainment, government, financial and professional services sectors.
Work done recently
What his clients say

Listed: Recommended Leading Employment & Industrial Relations Lawyer (Employer Representation) - SA - Doyle's Guide 2017

Listed: Recommended Leading Workplace Health & Safety Lawyer - Adelaide - Doyle's Guide 2016

Qualifications
Luke has a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice degree.
Life before Sparkes
Before joining Sparke Helmore in 2006, Luke worked in the UK as an in-house lawyer and as a legal officer for the British Crown. He advised the two largest employers in the UK: the Department of Health and the Department of Work and Pensions. At the Treasury Solicitor's Department, Luke assisted in defending civil actions against the regulator in the Ladbroke Grove Rail Disaster. He worked in Sparke Helmore's Melbourne office before returning to Adelaide.
Life outside of Sparkes
Luke comes from a large and proud sporting family, but his loyalties lie with the Roosters, a local Adelaide AFL club. He's hoping his young daughters grow up to become Rooster fans and he takes them to games with this fond hope in mind.