Logan O’Grady ’19 is profiled in the “Next Generation” issue of Attorney at Law magazine. You can read the entire article on the magazine’s website.
O’Grady, 32, who graduated from Mitchell Hamline in January, works for the Minneapolis firm Larkin Hoffman as a lobbyist. He represents a wide range of clients—from government organizations to private companies. “It’s a really diverse set of clients,” he says. “That makes it fun but also very busy because you’re jumping from committee hearing to committee hearing.”
By combining his work in government and politics with a Juris Doctor, O’Grady has created a niche for himself as a lawyer/lobbyist. But that process took time. He wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to do when he started law school, but now sees that exploration as a benefit, something he wants future and current law students to consider.
“Don’t think because you’re in law school you have to do just one thing,” O’Grady says. “You can make your own path. That’s what a law degree is for.”