Logan Hibbs is an associate in the firm’s Tulsa office assisting clients with general litigation matters as a member of the Indian Law & Gaming, Labor & Employment, and Litigation & Trial Practice Groups. His litigation practices focuses on representing clients in state and federal court regarding issues of tribal sovereignty, administrative matters related to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA), and interpreting federal laws and regulations and their applicability to tribes, businesses, and employers. He also advises tribal governments, corporations, and affiliated entities on economic development and employment policies. He is a citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.
He graduated With Honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Law where he was on the editorial board of the Oklahoma Law Review, inducted into the Order of the Scribes, and served as the Treasurer for the Native American Law Student Association. He received several awards and scholarships, including the A.L. Jefferey Scholarship Award for best paper in Municipal Law, the Salem Civil Liberties Scholarship Award for best paper on the expansion of civil rights, and four American Jurisprudence Awards. During law school, Logan served as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Robert E. Bacharach of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, and as a Legal Extern for the University of Oklahoma Office of Legal Counsel.
Logan received his Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and Economics with a minor in Film Studies from the University of Tulsa. While he was at TU, Logan was heavily involved in student government and volunteered with numerous service organizations. During his senior year, Logan received the Outstanding Commitment to Sociology Award for demonstrating outstanding devotion to sociology through research and community involvement. In 2018, he also won the award for Best Original Screenplay at the University of Tulsa Film Festival.