Luke R. Tobis is an attorney in Swift Currie’s coverage and commercial litigation section. He zealously advocates on behalf of national insurers in claims related to arson and fraud, automobile litigation, commercial litigation and insurance coverage, as well as premises and products liability.

During law school, Luke gained a wealth of experience handling Georgia and Florida law while serving as an extern for Deputy Chief Judge John J. Goger in the Superior Court of Fulton County, Chief Justice Charles T. Canady in the Florida Supreme Court, University of Florida Self-Insurance Program and UF Health Senior Medical-Legal Partnership. Additionally, Luke interned for the Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Clinic at the UF Virgil Hawkins Civil Clinic. Prior to beginning his legal career, Luke worked as an educator in the health care industry for four years.

Luke is highly dedicated to each of his cases, frequently communicating with his clients through each stage of litigation and resolving conflicts to meet their goals. While he strives for promptness, he delivers tailored solutions that allow his clients to feel heard. Luke understands that resolving claims takes more than filing and litigating, it requires offering support and counseling through tough choices.

Luke earned his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Prior, he received his Master of Biomedical Sciences from Tulane University and B.A. from the George Washington University. He is double barred in Georgia and Florida and served as an induction ceremony student speaker for the Florida Bar.


  • CALI Book Award for Civil Clinic IPVAC, Fall 2019
  • CALI Book Award for Historic Preservation, Fall 2019


  • State Bar of Georgia
  • The Florida Bar


Luke is an avid traveler, having visited approximately 30 states and 20 countries, and enjoys playing a variety of sports. Committed to restorative justice, Luke is trained in motivational interviewing, group facilitation, LGBTQ safe zone, de-escalation and intimate partner violence recognition and prevention.


Bar Admittances

  • Georgia
  • Florida


University of Florida Levin College of Law (J.D., 2020)

Tulane University (M.S., 2013)

The George Washington University (B.B.A., 2012)

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