He also works closely with BLG's Technology focus group, with a focus on autonomous vehicle technology. He closely follows and writes on industry trends, technological standards and innovation, and provincial, national and international regulation of autonomous vehicles. Lucas' interest lies in the intersection of autonomous vehicle technology and infrastructure with real estate, including the emerging global market for delivery by drone.
Outside BLG, Lucas is active in the legal community. An alumnus of Osgoode Hall Law School, he mentors students and works closely with the Community and Legal Aid Services Program (CLASP) legal aid clinic. He was one of Osgoode Hall's program co-ordinators with Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC) during his studies, and remains an active supporter of PBSC's work at Osgoode Hall and across Canada.