A sense of connection to nature fostered in Logan at a young age sparked his desire to understand the complex balance present in the natural world. Curiosity about the how the brain functions and the question of consciousness drove Logan to study Neuroscience in college and minor in Philosophy. Interested in the complexities of the human brain, Logan spent a year researching change-blindness in collaboration with faculty as an undergraduate.
In 2019, Logan began pursuing his J.D. at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law focusing his studies on patent law. While in law school, Logan has had several experiences working on trademark issues and patent matters spanning multiple technological domains.
In his prior roles, Logan has had the opportunity to conduct patentability and marketability searches, draft both patent and trademark applications, and assist in drafting licensing agreements.
Logan has also gained a broader understanding of IP law by frequently writing articles for IPWatchdog, recognized as one of the leading sources for news, information, analysis, and commentary on patents and patent law. Logan is also the Senior Editor of IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for IP, and was Director of Events for the UNH Patent Law Forum. Anticipating graduation in May 2022, Logan plans to pursue a career as a patent attorney.
Logan brings a unique skill set and passion for science and innovation to his role as Legal Intern at Calyx Law. With a desire to promote a broader understanding of psychedelics and their healing potential, Logan hopes to help to drive progress in the psychedelic industry.
In his free time, Logan enjoys hiking, cooking and nature photography.
University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, J.D., with Certificate in IP Law (Expected 2022)
Johns Hopkins University, M.S., Biotechnology (Expected 2023)
Susquehanna University, B.S., Neuroscience, minor in Philosophy (2018)
Legal Intern, Biofrontera, Inc. (Fall 2021)
Legal Intern, Maine Cernota & Rardin (Summer 2021)
Legal Intern, SUNY RF (Summer 2020)