Our Attorneys ➤ Logan C. Bierman, Trial Counsel
Logan Bierman was born in Miami, Florida and grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. Logan attended Indiana University Bloomington, where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in public affairs and minored in legal studies. He later attended Chicago-Kent College of Law, from which he graduated cum laude. Logan is a member of the Illinois State Bar and the General and Trial Bars in the Northern District of Illinois. Logan concentrates his practice in criminal defense, civil rights, and personal injury.
Early in his career, Logan worked at Johnson & Levine LLC. In that role, in addition to general criminal defense, he specialized in a unique “quasi-criminal” practice area that sits at the intersection of science and law. Logan was court appointed to defend indigent people from indefinite incarceration in State run mental institutions.
Logan achieved immense success in this area of law where the State is heavily favored. In his first year alone, Logan obtained three “not-guilty” jury verdicts through argument and examination of expert psychological and psychiatric witnesses.
In his criminal defense work, Logan has experience handling cases from initial arrest all the way to appeal in the Illinois Supreme Court.
As a law student, Logan gained experience working as a judicial extern for Judge Brigid Mary McGrath in Cook County’s Commercial Calendar Division. He also worked at Chicago-Kent’s criminal defense clinic run by Professor Daniel Coyne, where he remained for a year and a half. Logan obtained his Supreme Court Rule 711 license and assisted in three jury trials, litigated two bench trials, represented a defendant at arraignment, participated in plea bargaining, and wrote numerous motions, memos, and briefs.
Logan previously worked for Kutnick Law while still in law school. He was intimately involved in the litigation of state and federal felony cases including murder, rape, weapons possession, DUIs, and more.
In the greater legal community, Logan is the Financial Secretary of the Decalogue Society of Lawyers. He also serves as the co-chair of the young lawyers and law students committee. Additionally, Logan is a member of the Chicago Bar Association and the Illinois State Bar Association.