Logan Rogers (he/him/his) is an associate in the Litigation Group at Cassels. Logan’s practice focuses on commercial, corporate, securities, white-collar, regulatory, and employment matters. A passionate advocate and problem-solver, Logan has represented clients at negotiations, mediations, and arbitrations (both domestic and international), all levels of court in British Columbia, the Supreme Court of Yukon, the Federal Court, and before various administrative tribunals.
Logan also regularly acts as pro bono counsel for clients in criminal, employment, sports and entertainment and human rights matters, and regularly acts as counsel in matters referred by Access Pro Bono.
Logan also acts as counsel in various sports-related disputes and represents amateur, collegiate, and professional athletes in World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) investigations, Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport matters, conduct-related investigations, and contractual matters.
Logan received his J.D. from the Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law where he received the course prize in both Constitutional Law and Administrative Law. During his legal studies, Logan was the president of both the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Club and Oral Advocacy Law Club, participated in the Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada, was a director of the law school’s annual conference, and assisted low-income clients at the community legal clinic. Logan also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Simon Fraser University and a Master of Arts degree from the University of Toronto.