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Logan graduated cum laude with highest honors from Brandeis University in May 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry and biochemistry. While at Brandeis, Logan conducted research in X-ray crystallography under the direction of Dr. Bruce M. Foxman. Logan’s research, which focused on solid-state polymorphism, was published in Crystal Growth & Design. During his undergraduate career, Logan also served as a teaching assistant, interned at Rigaku Americas Corporation in The Woodlands, Texas, and was a member of the Brandeis men’s tennis team.
In 2013, Logan began attending law school at the University of Houston Law Center. During law school, Logan was a senior articles editor on the Houston Journal of International Law and served as treasurer of the Intellectual Property Student Organization (IPSO). After graduating from law school, Logan passed the July 2016 Texas Bar Exam.
Logan joined Fletcher Yoder in September 2016 after clerking for the firm the previous summer.
- B.S., Brandeis University, 2013, Chemistry (B.S.) and Biochemistry (B.A.)
- J.D., University of Houston, 2016