Attorney Logan graduated cum laude from West Virginia University in 1982, and received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pittsburgh with Honors in 1989. While in law school, he was a member and editor of the Journal of Law and Commerce and President of the Christian Legal Society. He was also the recipient of the Rothman Labor Law Award as well as being a published author. He was admitted to the Pennsylvania bar in December of 1989 and to the West Virginia bar in May of 1990.
Prior to opening his own practice in his hometown of Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, he clerked on the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals with the late Honorable Carol Los Mansmann. He then practiced with the law firm of Furbee, Amos, Webb & Critchfield in West Virginia for several years. Attorney Logan’s practice focuses on real estate transactions, gas and oil issues, estate planning and probate of estates. He handles personal injury actionsand serves as municipal solicitor for several municipalities. He previously served as Greene County Mental Health Hearing Officer for ten years.
Attorney Logan attends Bethlehem Baptist Church in Ruff Creek, where has served as a lay speaker, choir member and a vocalist. He is a member of Gideons International and speaks at churches throughout the area. He has served on the boards of the Waynesburg Area Chamber of Commerce, Greene County Habitat for Humanity and AMI, Inc. He has also coached little league baseball, soccer and tennis. He is a past president of the Greene County Bar Association and he also belongs to the Pennsylvania and West Virginia Bar Associations.
Attorney Logan enjoys singing, performing in community theater and playing tennis. He lives in the Ruff Creek area with his wife, Sandra. He has two adult children Rebekah (Michael) Wood and Jason (Emily) Logan. His favorite pastime is playing with his grandchildren, Owen and Eliana.