LYNN M. LUKER, P.A. is a professional
corporation organized under the laws of the State of Idaho. The designation "P.A." means "professional association" and is
a legal designation for professional corporations. The corporation carries the name of its founder and president, Lynn M.
LYNN M. LUKER was
born in Idaho Falls, Idaho, and spent his youth in Idaho, Florida and California. He graduated from the University of
California at Berkeley with a bachelor's degree in Political Science, and receivee his law degree from the University
of Idaho College of Law. While at the College of Law, he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Idaho Law Review (1979-80).
Following graduation, Mr. Luker served for two years as a law clerk to the Honorable Chief Justice Robert E. Bakes of the
Idaho Supreme Court. Since 1982 he has been in the private practice of law focusing primarily on the fields of workers' compensation,
injury, and disability law. He has also been admitted to practice before the Federal District Courts of those states,
the Federal Ninth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. Since entering private practice, Mr. Luker has served as a
member of the Idaho Appellate Rules Committee (1986-92); Director of the Idaho Trial Lawyers' Workers' Compensation Committee
(1991-92, 2003-04); Chairman of the Idaho State Bar Workers' Compensation Section (1993-96); Member, of the Governor's Advisory
Committee on Workers' Compensation (1995-98); Co-chair of the Idaho Trial Lawyers Governmental Relations Committee (2004-2006);
and Chairman of the Idaho Trial Lawyers' Workers' Compensation Specialist Certification Committee (1995 - present). Mr. Luker
has been certified as a Workers' Compensation Specialist by the Idaho Trial Lawyers and Idaho State Bar since the
beginning of specialty certification in 1995. He has also been awarded the AV rating by Martindale and Hubble,
and listed in Best Lawyers in America for his experience in workers' compensation law. He is a trained
mediator having participated in over 100 hours of training for mediators at the University of Idaho College of Law. He has
published several articles and been a lecturer for workers' compensation continuing education programs. In November,
2006, Mr. Luker was elected to the Idaho House of Representatives where he is currently serving as Chairman of the
House Judiciary and Rules Committee and also as a member of the State Affairs and Local Government committees. Since
the Idaho Legislature is a part-time legislature, Mr. Luker continues his practice in the area of workers' compensation.