J. Logan Johnson

J. Logan Johnson

Partner

J. Logan Johnson with his wife Kim and their family.

For over 30 years, Logan Johnson has defended insurers and their insureds and represented individuals/families involved in catastrophic bodily injury/wrongful death litigation arising from motor vehicle collisions, product failures, medical negligence and nursing home neglect. In addition to having an active practice in all of Oklahoma’s state and federal courts, Mr. Johnson is a Mediator, trained in accordance with the Oklahoma District Court Mediation Act to mediate in civil, commercial and employment matters. His unique experience prosecuting and defending complex lawsuits makes him a particularly effective Mediator, routinely chosen by lawyers representing Plaintiffs and Defendants alike.

With an AV Preeminent rating by Martindale Hubbell and Martindale Hubbell-Judicial Edition, he is a member of the Oklahoma Super Lawyers and has been listed as one of the top attorneys in Oklahoma by Oklahoma Magazine and Distinctly Oklahoma magazine. He has also been named in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Oklahoma by The National Trial Lawyers.

Logan and his wife, Kim, met at the University of Oklahoma in 1981 and have made their home in Norman since they were married in 1986. All three of their children followed in their footsteps joining them as OU alumni. Taylor Beth, a teacher at Deer Creek Middle School, recently broke tradition and married an Oklahoma State graduate, Brett Burger, a marketing professional for a midstream oil and gas company. Chase is a third-year law student at the University of Colorado Law School; and Cole, the most recent OU graduate, works in the post-surgical medical device field.

Mr. Johnson has been actively involved in his community serving as an officer and director of the Norman Public School Foundation, a member of the Executive Council of the Jim Thorpe Association, and on the boards of directors for South College Foundation and Norman Youth Soccer Association.

"Obedience of the law is demanded; not asked as a favor."

Theodore Roosevelt
26th U.S. President


Admitted:

• Oklahoma, 1988

• U.S. District Court: Eastern, Northern and Western Districts of Oklahoma

• U. S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit

• U.S. Supreme Court

• Supreme Court of the Chickasaw Nation

Memberships:

• Oklahoma County Bar Association

• Oklahoma Bar Association

Education:

• The University of Oklahoma, B.B.A., 1985

• The University of Oklahoma College of Law, J.D., 1988

Awards /Honors

• Named Oklahoma Super Lawyers, Oklahoma Magazine, 2009-2019

• Named in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Oklahoma by the National Trial Lawyers

• Lecturer: Oklahoma Insurance Law, Good Faith, Uninsured Motorist

• Expert Witness Insurance Law

• Certified Commercial, Civil and Employment Mediator