Logan Lazurko


Logan Lazurko

Known for his affable demeaner, Logan excels at formulating creative solutions to complex legal issues. 

Prior to completing his Juris Doctor at the University of Calgary in 2020, Logan earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Studies from the University of Saskatchewan, graduating with Honours.

Notably, throughout law school Logan worked with Student Legal Assistance as a Volunteer Caseworker. He was responsible for conducting client interviews and intakes for criminal, civil and family law files. Logan also volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada’s Consent Project through which he educated high school students on the meaning and parameters of consent.

Logan’s professional experience includes work as a Research Assistant with The Canadian Institute of Resources Law where his research focus included Indian Oil and Gas Regulations, security requirements for mining reclamation, and carbon sequestration and storage regulations.

During his time at McLennan Ross, Logan has earned respect for his outstanding analytical and interpersonal skills as well as his penchant for clear and honest communication.