Logan Threadgill Selected for Protégé Chattanooga Class of 2020-2021
Logan Threadgill was recently selected for the 2020-2021 class of Protégé Chattanooga by the Young Professionals of Chattanooga (YPC) and the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce. Protégé Chattanooga is a nine month immersive and team-based mentoring program to assist early and mid-career professionals in building lifelong networks while having the opportunity to learn from distinguished community mentors and their peers. The program begins in August and will conclude in May 2021 with a graduation ceremony.
Logan is an associate and represents clients in a broad spectrum of commercial litigation matters. He has extensive experience working on construction cases, contract and payment disputes, product liability cases, and Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings. Logan enjoys working with clients to creatively resolve their legal issues in the most efficient and effective manner so more time and energy can be used to focus on running the business. Logan is a United Way emerging leader and board member for the Glass House Collective, which works to jumpstart positive change across East Chattanooga. In 2018, he was named Star of the Quarter by the Young Lawyers Division of the Tennessee Bar Association. For more details on his practice and experience, please visit Logan’s bio.
Read the Chattanooga Trend article, “Young Professionals of Chattanooga Announces 2020-21 Protégé Mentees.”
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