Daniel Logan is an attorney in private practice. His practice is concentrated in the areas of estate planning, family law, personal bankruptcy, corporate law and business planning. Mr. Logan has spent many years performing legal services for some of Chicago’s most prominent families.
Mr. Logan earned his J.D. from DePaul University's College of Law in Chicago in 1994. Mr. Logan was awarded the Dean’s Scholarship upon his acceptance at DePaul.
Prior to attending DePaul, Mr. Logan attended the University of Illinois at Chicago where he double majored in political science and psychology. While at UIC, Mr. Logan was elected to Psi Chi, the National Honorary Society of Psychology, Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Honorary Society of Political Science and served as a Student Senator in the University of Illinois Senate.
In June of 2008 Mr. Logan completed his Masters in Business Administration from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
Prior to his entrance into the legal profession, Mr. Logan worked with several local not-for-profit and social service agencies, including the Howard Brown Memorial Clinic, the Oak Park Township Department of Senior Services and Hephzibah Children’s Association.
Mr. Logan has been involved with many not-for-profit agencies in the Chicago area and has served on the Board or as a committee member of many of those organizations.
Mr. Logan is a native and lifelong resident of Oak Park, Illinois.