MAGGIE LOGAN

Complex Business Litigation

Maggie Logan's practice includes a broad range of civil litigation.  While in law school, Maggie was an Editor of the American Indian Law Review.  Maggie was selected to be a member of the National Order of the Barristers, won the Best Oral Advocate Award at the National Juvenile Law Moot Court Competition where she and her teammate placed second overall, and was named the 2016 Family Law Student of the Year. 

Maggie authored Human Trafficking Among Native Americans: How Jurisdictional and Statutory Complexities Present Barriers to Combating Modern-Day Slavery, 40 Am. Indian L. Rev. 293. Maggie is currently a member of the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Inn of Court. During her clerkship for the firm, Maggie authored an appeal brief for a pro bono case which won before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.  Outside of work, Maggie enjoys spending time with her husband and their dogs, traveling in the Caribbean, and cooking.

Education
  • B.A. Psychology, Oklahoma State University, 2013 Summa Cum Laude
  • J.D., University of Oklahoma, 2017 with distinction
Admissions and Memberships
  • Maggie is licensed to practice in all Oklahoma state courts