Mariah Logan focuses her practice in the areas of commercial and business litigation, general civil litigation, intellectual property, premises liability, and wrongful death and personal injury defense. Before joining JSH, Mariah worked for a year as a Law Clerk at the Court of Appeals – Division Two in Tucson and a year with the Pima County Juvenile Court.
During law school, Mariah gained legal experience working as an extern with the United States Attorney’s Office in Tucson, as a summer associate with a Valley litigation and insurance defense firm, and as a Rule 38(d) Law Student Advisor at UofA’s Child and Family Law Clinic. She also worked for the Southern Arizona Legal Aid Volunteer Lawyers Program, served as Operations Editor at the Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law, President of the Law Women’s Association, and Treasurer of the Black Law Student Association. While pursuing her law degree, Mariah was awarded the Dean’s Achievement Scholarship and the Thomas Tang Law Scholarship. In her second year of law school, Mariah was chosen for UofA’s Pace National Environmental Moot Court Competition, testing her skills in appellate brief writing and oral advocacy.
Mariah earned her undergraduate degree in Criminology and Law Studies from Marquette University. She was awarded the MU Ignatius Scholarship and chosen for the Semester Study Abroad Program at City University in London, England
University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law of Law, J.D., 2018
Family and Juvenile Law Certificate
Marquette University, B.A., Criminology and Law Studies, 2015