Logan joined the Cooper Mediation team in November 2017 and devotes 100% of her professional time to mediating at roster-rates. She has mediated over 300 cases in the areas of personal injury, property damage, long-term disability and other insurance-related disputes. She has handled global mediations, cases with multiple parties, self-represented litigants and cases with complicated technical and interpersonal challenges.
Logan’s passion for helping people and her strong problem-solving skills lead her to pursue a career in mediation. She trained extensively with the Stitt Feld Handy Group and interned with some of the most experienced mediators in the city of Toronto. In total, she observed close to 300 mediations in a wide variety of practice areas.
Logan is committed to her continual professional development and attends numerous industry-sponsored educational programs every year by Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA), Canadian Defence Lawyers (CDL), and Ontario Bar Association (OBA), among others. Her role on the professional development team of the International Academy of Mediators allows Logan to gather industry knowledge from leading mediators around the world.
As a coach for Osgoode’s mediation course and mediation clinic, Logan guides students through their first mediation at Small Claims Court.
In her personal time, Logan loves to explore the Toronto music scene as a listener and performer, or get her hands dirty working on a wide variety of artistic projects.
Contact Logan at: email@example.com or (416) 726-1344.
“[Logan’s] strengths are her obvious intelligence, ability and (dare I say it?) training.” – Senior Lawyer
“One of my associates attended a mediation on my behalf. Logan was the mediator. It was a tough case with target defendants who were uninsured, and parties who were becoming entrenched in their position. The file ultimately settled and it sounds like Logan did a great job in keeping the discussions going!” – Senior Lawyer
“To say Logan pulled through today would be a huge understatement. The file settled today because of Logan. When the defendants were ready to walk on numerous occasions, she kept everyone at the table talking. You should be very very proud.” – Senior Lawyer
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