Charles C. Luetke
Decades of Successful Legal Practice
About Charles C. Luetke
Retired lawyer and author Charles C. Luetke successfully conducted an independent practice for more than 20 years. He most recently represented clients in and around South Pomfret, Vermont, after a 14-year tenure in the competitive New York metropolitan area. There, Charles C. Luetke served as a civil litigator in both state and federal courts, having received admission to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States in 1972.
At that time, Charles C. Luetke held the position of assistant regional counsel and acting regional counsel for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) in New York, where he focused on contract matters. Over the course of his 16 years in this position, he developed an in-depth understanding of procurements, legal sufficiency requirements, and contract provision analysis. Additionally, he participated in a number of appeals brought before the Board of Contract Appeals, a government-sponsored tribunal charged with settling contract disputes between federal agencies. Highly successful in this role, Mr. Luetke earned an Outstanding Performance Rating Citation Award from GSA leaders.