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Eric Logan - Smyrna, GA

2950 Atlanta Road Smyrna, GA 30080

Updated: 05/17/2021


Eric was born and grew up in Albany, Georgia before enrolling at the University of Alabama where he graduated in 2010. Eric planned all along to go to law school, so he decided to major in philosophy...
Eric was born and grew up in Albany, Georgia before enrolling at the University of Alabama where he graduated in 2010. Eric planned all along to go to law school, so he decided to major in philosophy. That educational background allowed him to develop the necessary analytical skills to consider a situation from all possible angles, including those that are damaging, because if you present the same set of facts to 12 different people and ask them what they think of it you'll inevitably get 12 different answers. Eric brings that mindset to the practice of law because success or failure ultimately depends on whether or not you can get those 12 people on the same page.

He attended law school at Georgia State and graduated in 2014. During that time Eric developed an interest in litigation because, to be completely honest, the class was the most fun and he likes to talk. After graduation Eric began his career as a prosecutor in South Georgia before moving back up to the Atlanta area in 2016 and continuing to work in the same field. During that time he gained a wide variety of valuable courtroom experience between hundreds of motions hearings, bench trials, and jury trials. More importantly Eric developed a deeply engrained respect for his role in the legal system and his ability to stand up for those who could not stand up for themselves. He then decided to bring that sort of practical experience to private practice.



  • Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta, Georgia, 2014
  • University of Alabama , 2010


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2950 Atlanta Road Smyrna, GA 30080


  • 770-436-6877

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8:30 to 5:00 Monday - Friday

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