Associate Professor of Law
Prior to joining Villanova Law, Luke Repici was a partner at White and Williams LLP, where he practiced for nineteen years. During that time, Repici litigated complex commercial and personal injury matters in state and federal courts around the country. He successfully represented clients in cases involving insurance coverage disputes related to concussions, molestation, vaping and trafficking claims. Repici also litigated premises liability, bad faith and extra-contractual damages claims, and life, health and disability insurance matters. In addition to his practice, Repici was active in helping young associates grow in their practices. He headed the firm's associates' litigation training program, co-chaired the firm’s associate development committee and helped to establish a formal mentoring program.
For three years, Repici taught Introduction to Transactional Skills, a practical skills course for 1Ls, at Temple University Beasley School of Law.
Repici has been active in public service throughout his career. For over fifteen years, he served as a volunteer attorney for the Homeless Advocacy Project, representing homeless individuals in the City of Philadelphia who seek social security benefits. He has also volunteered for numerous civic and non-profit organizations, including the Committee of 70, Unite America, Concord Coalition, Mobilize.org and the Association of Young Americans. He is presently on the board of Hopeloft.
Repici is AV® Preeminent™ rated by Martindale-Hubbell. From 2012-2017, he was named a Pennsylvania "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers.
Office: Rm 235, John F. Scarpa Hall
Courses and Seminars
- Class Actions and Other Complex Litigation
- Legal Research, Writing & Analysis I & II
- Legal Writing III: Litigation
- Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law, JD (cum laude)
- Franklin and Marshall College, BA (cum laude)