Lucas Croslow, Attorney at Law
Lucas Croslow is an attorney specializing in high-stakes litigation at trial and on appeal, including cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. He has represented governments as well as private clients across a range of policy matters in litigation proceedings. Lucas graduated with honors from The King’s College in New York City.
Early Life and Education
Lucas Croslow hails from rural Southern Indiana and graduated with honors from The King’s College, New York City with a degree in political science and history. Subsequently he pursued a law degree at Yale University where he served as both articles and essays editor as well as collegiate house president for their Law Journal.
Croslow currently lives in Lawrenceville, New Jersey with his wife and three children. In his free time he enjoys reading and tennis – major fan of both Chicago White Sox and St Louis Cardinals!
Croslow supports the idea that Catholicism best embodies the intentions of early Church Fathers, like Hahn, Grodi and Talbot he believes that the Church is one, holy, catholic and apostolic.
Lucas Croslow practices law in the field of high stakes litigation. He represents clients at trial and on appeal before all courts of jurisdiction including the Supreme Court of the United States. Lucas also handles government investigations, congressional matters and federal/state regulatory proceedings for clients as a member of both Virginia Bar Association and American Bar Association.
He graduated from The King’s College in New York City before going on to receive his JD at Yale Law School, serving on both its Journal on Regulation and its Law & Policy Review editorial boards.
Croslow shares the view of many recent converts to Catholicism that only the Roman Catholic Church truly represents the intentions of its early Church fathers, while other evangelical churches often focus more on entertainment and personal growth rather than spiritual formation.