Luke C. Marrs, Of Counsel
Luke Marrs offers civil practice experience, and provides clients with the comprehensive, practical guidance they need to make solid professional and personal decisions. Luke readily handles real estate matters, including property-owners association and landlord-tenant disputes; he facilitates business formations, negotiations, and transactions; and he assists with wills, probate, trusts, guardianship, and other estate-planning matters.
Luke is a New Mexico native who grew up close to Santa Fe. He has always enjoyed the outdoors, including hunting, hiking, and playing baseball. Luke competed on the track team at Texas A&M University, where he won a Big XII Championship, was an All-American, and competed in the 2004 Olympic Trials in the javelin throw.
Following graduation, Luke accepted a sales position with Stryker, a medical devices and equipment manufacturing company. During his tenure there, Luke became interested in healthcare law and the effects of healthcare reform. He decided to pursue a J.D. from Baylor Law School, and began his legal career with Ascension Health, the country’s largest nonprofit health system, implementing medical device and supply contracts in Austin.
Today, with young children at home and a career-driven wife, Luke works part-time as “of counsel” with RashChapman. He helps with a wide variety of civil matters, and is able to work more patiently and thoughtfully with his clients through his non-traditional work style.
Luke and his wife, Katherine, have three children; he volunteers at their grade school and helps coach their Brazilian jiu-jitsu classes. Luke still likes to hike and hunt, sings baritone with the Driftwood Gospel Band, and loves to make knives and blacksmith – a skill he learned from his own father.
- Bachelor of Science, Texas A&M University
- Doctor of Jurisprudence, Baylor University
Professional Licenses, Affiliations, & Honors
- Attorney at Law, Texas 2014
- State Bar of Texas – Real Estate, Probate, & Trust Law, Business Law, and Health Law Sections