Maura K. Logue
Maura K. Logue is an associate at LLG. Maura joined LLG after graduating cum laude from Marquette University Law School. While in law school, she focused on litigation, even completing a jury trial from voir dire through verdict as a student practitioner at the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office. She also competed in moot court and mock trial competitions, was a fellow in the Public Interest Law Society, and was a member of the Pro Bono Honor Society.
Prior to law school, she obtained her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, followed by a Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology. Maura puts her unique and specialized skill set to work for our clients.
Marquette University Law School / J.D., cum laude, Certificate in Litigation Practice, 2020
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology / M.A., Forensic Psychology, 2015
Georgetown University / B.S., Healthcare Management & Policy, 2010
Pro Bono Honors Society
Public Interest Law Fellow
Associate Member, Marquette University Law School Moot Court Board / 2019-2020
Marquette University Mock Trial Team: American Association for Justice Mock Trial Competitor / Spring 2019
Judicial Intern to the Honorable Timothy G. Dugan, Wisconsin Court of Appeals, District 1 / Spring 2019
Judicial Intern to the Honorable Mark A. Sanders, Milwaukee Circuit Courts, Felony Division / Summer 2019
Maura is actively involved in the greater Milwaukee community and in professional and community associations, including the Georgetown University Club of Wisconsin, Marquette University Alumni Associations, Greendale Lions, and DRI. Aside from the law, she enjoys playing volleyball, reading, and going to the beach – preferably all three on the same day.