Olivia B. Luckett



Olivia Luckett is an associate and construction attorney with Foley & Lardner LLP. She is a member of the firm’s Construction and Intellectual Property Litigation Practices.

Ms. Luckett’s litigation and arbitration experience includes a variety of construction, patent, trademark, and copyright matters. Ms. Luckett also assists clients with drafting and negotiating contracts for design and construction projects. She is familiar with the standard form AIA Contract Documents.

Ms. Luckett worked as a summer associate with Foley in 2015. Previously, Ms. Luckett was a law clerk with the Texas Civil Rights Project where she assisted with impact litigation matters in state and federal court.

Ms. Luckett is committed to pro bono work and focuses her pro bono practice on asylum and LGBTQI rights work.


Ms. Luckett earned her degree from The University of Texas School of Law (J.D., 2016), where she served as a staff editor of the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal and associate editor of the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights. She was also the scholarship chair of the Chicano/Hispanic Law Students Association, was selected as a pupil of the Austin Intellectual Property American Inn of Court, and participated in the Thad T. Hutcheson Moot Court Competition.

Ms. Luckett graduated from The University of Texas at El Paso with a major in chemistry (B.S., cum laude, 2005).


Ms. Luckett is admitted to practice in state and federal court in Massachusetts and before the before the First Circuit Court of Appeals.

Community Engagement

Ms. Luckett was recognized as a law student member of the Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas in 2015 for outstanding contributions to the delivery of legal services to low-income Texans. In 2016, she was honored by the Richard and Ginni Mithoff Pro Bono Program at The University of Texas School of Law for fulfilling the Texas Law Pro Bono Pledge. She completed more than 360 hours of pro bono service during her law school career.


Ms. Luckett’s publications include “Practice and Procedure in Damages Cases,” published in MCLE’s Damages, Interest, and Attorney Fees (co-author) and “Confrontation at the Supreme Court,” Texas Journal on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights Vol. 21, No. 2 (Spring 2016).


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