Attorney Adam Logan
Adam Logan graduated from Boston University School of Law in May 2015. During law school, Adam interned at the Children’s Law Center of Massachusetts in Lynn, MA assisting in the representation of juveniles in delinquency and special education matters. Adam also completed an internship with the Office of the Attorney General for Massachusetts in the Trial Division. In this role, Adam worked on civil rights issues, providing research and drafting support on active litigation matters. While at the Attorney General’s Office, Adam also presented arguments on behalf of the Commonwealth in Northeast Housing Court for the Abandoned Housing Initiative, a program that partners with municipalities to restore blighted and abandoned properties.
While in law school, Adam also participated in the Boston University Civil Litigation Program, run in partnership with Greater Boston Legal Services. In his role as a student attorney, Adam successfully represented clients during eviction proceedings in Boston Housing Court, and in Department of Unemployment Assistance administrative hearings.
During his time at Boston University, Adam served as the treasurer and vice president for the Student Government Association and as the Administrative Editor for the Public Interest Law Journal. Prior to law school, Adam graduated cum laude from Holy Cross in Worcester, MA where he majored in History, and worked as a legal assistant at Pampanin Law Offices, a business and family immigration firm in Cambridge, MA. Adam also spent seven summers volunteering on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, working with local youth at the Rosebud Boys and Girls Clubs, the Wanbli Wiconi Tipi Juvenile Detention Center, and the Spotted Tail Crisis Center. In his spare time, Adam is an avid Ultimate player and enjoys cooking.