CHRISTOPHER B. LOGUE
Attorney Christopher B. Logue provides comprehensive legal counsel to nonprofit organizations across the country. He advises clients on a broad array of legal issues, including employment, corporate, tax, and governance matters. Chris has particular experience ensuring compliance with employment and human resources laws—including wage and hour, independent contractor classification, harassment and discrimination, and disability and accommodation law. He has extensive experience advising nonprofit organizations on lobbying, advocacy, and political campaign activity.
In addition to his legal background, Christopher has significant experience in nonprofit management. Most recently, he served on the senior leadership team of a Boston-based education nonprofit. In this role Christopher built and grew a human resources department from the ground up, developing procedures and practices that maximized employee well-being and operational efficiency while ensuring legal compliance. His nonprofit executive experience includes developing workplace policies and best practices, crisis management, strategic planning, and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion).
Christopher is a graduate of UMass Boston and Northeastern University School of Law. He began his career as a legal services attorney representing victims of domestic violence in the family court and in restraining order cases. Christopher has worked at a nonprofit law firm where he served as outside counsel for several hundred community action agencies across the U.S. In this work, Chris advised nonprofit and governmental entities on strategic, operational, and legal matters, including tax-exempt law, employment law, Head Start and other government grant compliance, and corporate governance.
Outside of his direct representation of nonprofit clients, Christopher provides pro bono representation to victims of domestic violence through the Women’s Bar Foundation’s Family Law Project for Domestic Abuse Survivors. He also serves on the board of directors of the Insight Meditation Society, one of the western world’s oldest and most-respected meditation retreat centers.