Logan St John Smith

Logan St. John-Smith


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Logan’s background in global affairs, security, and non-profit work trained him to approach complex challenges with rigor, nuance, and creativity. His clients benefit from this unique perspective, his meticulous analysis, and emphasis on practical solutions that makes sense for the client’s big picture.  
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Logan is developing a broad litigation practice, to which he applies his keen analytical mind and calm, steady demeanour. Prior to joining the firm, Logan clerked for Chief Justice George Strathy, Justice Robert Sharpe, and Justice Lois Roberts at the Court of Appeal for Ontario.

Logan is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, where he received the Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP Award for academic excellence and the Laskin Prize in constitutional law. While in law school, Logan served as a fellow with the faculty’s International Human Rights Program and worked as a summer student at a full-service law firm in Toronto.

Before enrolling in law school, Logan completed a master’s degree at the Munk School of Global Affairs and worked for the Halifax International Security Forum, a not-for-profit based in Washington, D.C. that convenes the largest defence and security summit in North America. Logan’s diverse background provides him with a distinct viewpoint in addressing various legal issues.

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  • Ontario, 2023


  • Court of Appeal for Ontario (Chief Justice Strathy, Justices Sharpe and Roberts)


  • JD, University of Toronto, 2017
  • MA, University of Toronto, 2012
  • BA, Queen’s University, 2009