Logan Cook


Logan Cook


Logan is a litigation attorney assisting clients with a variety of business matters. Originally a native Texan, he moved to Oregon to attend Lewis & Clark College of Law following an undergraduate degree in Colorado. Logan was drawn to Oregon by the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest and environmental law program at Lewis & Clark.

While earning his law degree, Logan gained litigation and policy experience clerking for various firms and organizations, including the Oregon Farm Bureau, where he researched laws and regulations related to land use and climate change. He also served on the Lewis & Clark Law Review editorial board as an article editor.

Since starting his practice here in the Northwest, Logan has assisted with litigation cases at the state, federal, and administrative level as an associate with a Portland law firm prior to joining Jordan Ramis.

His interests in the environment extend to his after-hours activities, such as snowboarding, camping and exploring the Pacific Northwest.



  • J.D., cum laude, Lewis & Clark Northwestern College of Law, 2022
  • B.A., Environmental Studies, University of Colorado, 2017
    • Renewable and Sustainable Energy Certificate


  • State of Oregon
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