Logan is an Associate in the Bismarck, ND office and a member of the Commercial Litigation and Natural Resources & Environmental law practice groups as well as has special interest in State Constitutional Law.
Logan is originally from Hettinger, ND and moved to Jamestown for college in 2009. After obtaining his Bachelor’s in Biology with a minor in French, Logan continued to spend a significant amount of time serving Jamestown and the surrounding communities in various capacities including his work as a paramedic and EMS educator.
While attending law school, Logan was actively engaged in Moot Court, Law Review, the Federalist Society, and student success by serving as an Academic Success Teaching Assistant for the student body.
Logan and his wife have three daughters and enjoy spending their time outdoors hunting, fishing, or camping in one of North Dakota’s many beautiful state parks.
- Commercial Litigation
- Natural Resources and Environmental Law
- Oil and Gas
North Dakota, 2021
U.S. District Court, District of North Dakota, 2022
2021 – J.D., University of North Dakota, Cum Laude
2016 – M.B.A., University of Phoenix
2014 – B.S. in Biology, University of Jamestown
Prior Experience (Employment)
Prior to joining the firm, Logan worked as a paramedic for over 12 years across North Dakota and the country. During this time, Logan worked for private, hospital, and community owned services. Additionally, Logan worked Nationally as a disaster response paramedic being activated to help in national emergencies such as Hurricane Harvey in 2017 and the BP Oil Spill in 2010. Logan still holds an active license to practice in North Dakota.
While in law school, Logan interned with Judge Ralph R. Erickson on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.
Honors & Awards
Lillian Elsinga Outstanding Student Leader Award (2019-2021)
Order of the Barristers
Best Oralist, National Energy and Sustainability Moot Court Competition.
High Grade award in Health Law
Inns of Court
The Federalist Society
Phi Delta Phi
The North Dakota Defense Lawyers Association
North Dakota Young Lawyers Section
Presentations & Publications
Reasonable Suspicion: Not Just Based on Training and Professional Experience, 96 N.D. L. Rev. 63 (2021).