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Overview

Working closely with each client, Logan handles public law matters in a manner tailored to each client’s specific needs and priorities.

As a Houston public law attorney, Logan focuses her practice on assisting governmental entities, private companies and public officials, keeping in mind their long-term goals and public relations needs. Logan is recognized as an especially engaged and responsive lawyer, often acting as clients’ first path of contact. Clients trust her counsel in condemnation, public contracting, qualified immunity issues, disaster relief and matters relating to the Texas Public Information Act. Her practice also includes serving clients on matters as outside general or special counsel, including counseling clients on employment issues, governmental relations, reviewing and drafting contracts, and matters relating to the Open Meetings Act. In both addressing day-to-day business matters or handling highly politicized disputes, Logan utilizes her experience in representing local government corporations, educational institutions, special purpose districts, and other public entities to assess risks, solve legal problems and guide them through complex issues.

Logan’s understanding of community and the law runs deep. During law school, she served as a Legislative Aide for the 15th Senatorial District of Texas, assisting the Chair of the Senate Criminal Justice Committee. She was also a student attorney in a children’s rights clinic, representing vulnerable and at-risk children involved in child protective services cases. Clients value that Logan is part of an extended family of public servants, and thus familiar with the unique commitment and community-mindedness of municipal issues.


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Recognition

  • Houstonia magazine, Top Lawyer, 2019-2020

Education

  • J.D., University of Texas School of Law
    • Texas Business Law Society, Director of Membership
    • Children’s Rights Clinic, Student Attorney
    • Women’s Law Caucus, Member
  • B.A., Texas State University
    • summa cum laude
    • Psychology
    • Dean’s List
    • National Hispanic Scholarship

Admissions

  • Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • State Bar of Texas
  • Houston Bar Association
  • Houston Young Lawyers Foundation (HYLA)
Experience
  • In what a Texas federal judge called "a first of its kind" four-day virtual evidentiary hearing, served on team obtaining denial of temporary restraining order and preliminary injunctions, alleging Section 1983 and writ of habeas corpus claims against Dallas County Sheriff by class of jail inmates seeking release due to alleged susceptibility to COVID-19.
  • Represented governmental entities in special commissioner hearings and eminent domain litigation, including evaluating case value, reviewing land appraisals, interviewing and examining expert witnesses, and conducting hearings as lead counsel.
  • Assisted County to establish several COVID-19 relief funds aimed to help vulnerable and low-income residents.
  • Assisted quasi-governmental entity in COVID-19 relief efforts, including efforts to transform sports and entertainment complex to testing site, remote jury site, and later, to a vaccine administration site.
  • Successfully argued and obtained motion for protection and motion for sanctions on behalf of publicly traded company.
  • Successfully argued against a family law transfer to probate court.
  • Served on legal team that obtained denial of continuance and granting of summary judgment, secured court's striking of petition-in-intervention, obtained favorable settlement on behalf of several clients and obtained complete judgment on behalf of client in breach-of-contract and enforcement action.
Alerts | April 20, 2021
Texas Court Rules Water Authority Must Pay Damages for Exceeding Contractual Rights

Amarillo Court of Appeals panel rejects Canadian River Municipal Water Authority’s argument it acted under a “color of right.”

Alerts | August 07, 2020
Texas Court Rules County Is Not Immune from State Fine for Violating Water Code

Fourteenth Court of Appeals holds that the Legislature unambiguously waived counties’ governmental immunity for certain Water Code violations.

Outside the Office

Logan enjoys traveling with her husband, spending time outdoors, exploring Houston’s diverse restaurant scene and listening to live music. At home, you can find her practicing Pilates and yoga or curling up with a good book and her cat, Gomez.

Community Leadership

Collaborating with community organizations in Houston, Logan understands the importance of helping others.

Logan serves as the inaugural Board President of the Young Professionals Group of Crime Stoppers of Houston. In this role, she supports the nonprofit organization’s work to ensure public safety through community programs. Logan was honored for her efforts in 2019 as a Leading Lady of Public Safety. She was also selected to be a Class of 2020 Fellow for the Houston Young Lawyers Foundation where she contributes to the Foundation’s mission to improve the quality and availability of legal aid, health, human welfare and education services to the Houston community. Logan also serves as a Volunteer Attorney with the Houston Area Women’s Center.

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