Luke Madill completed his law degree at Dalhousie University. He also holds a Bachelor of Commerce (with Distinction) in Finance and a Minor in Economics from Dalhousie University. During his four year undergraduate degree and his first year of law school, Luke played for Dalhousie’s Varsity Men’s Hockey Team and served as team captain in his final three seasons with the team. Luke previously worked as a procurement student, assisting in tender negotiations and drafting requests for proposals, for the Province of Nova Scotia’s Department of Internal Services, Procurement Division.
During law school, Luke enjoyed time volunteering with Dalhousie’s Special Tigers Sports Program and the Schulich School of Law Wills Project. He also represented Dalhousie at the Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada and was a recipient of the Robert T. Memorial Prize in Corporate Transactions.
In his spare time, Luke enjoys playing sports, travelling, camping, and spending time with friends and family.
Interesting Fact: In 2016, Luke travelled to Israel as part of an exchange program.