Logan is developing a broad litigation practice. He is bilingual and is called to the bar in both Ontario and Québec. Prior to joining Conway, he served as a judicial law clerk for the Honourable Justice Malcolm Rowe at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Logan received his law degrees from the McGill Faculty of Law, where he also received a variety of awards spanning public and private law, including the Aimé Geoffrion Medal for the second-highest average upon graduation. During his studies, he served as a member of the executive team for the McGill Law Journal, an associate editor of McGill’s Indigenous law publication, a research assistant, a summer intern in the office of the Minister of Transport, and a volunteer giving legal workshops at underprivileged schools. He has published scholarly articles at the intersection of public and private law, including on the application of contract law principles to Impact and Benefit Agreements with Indigenous communities.
When away from the office, Logan enjoys reading, creative writing, spending time with friends and family, and scouring the city in search of the perfect cappuccino.
- Law Society of Ontario
- Barreau du Québec
Professional Achievement and Community Involvement
- 2022 | Aimé Geoffrion Medal, for the second-highest overall standing upon graduation
- 2022 | Francis R. Scott Prize in Constitutional Law
- 2022 | J.S.D. Tory Writing Award
- 2022 | Maxwell Cohen Award in Public International Law
- 2022 | Montreal Bar Association Prize in Civil Law
- 2021 | Daniel Mettarlin Scholarship for Public Interest Advocacy and Civil Law
- 2021 | Justice Jeffrey Edwards Prize
- 2020 | Alexander Morris Exhibition Prize for the highest overall standing in 2L
- 2020 | McMillan Scholarship in Law
- 2019 | Eric Feigelson Obligations Prize
- 2019 | J. W. McConnell Entrance Scholarship