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Sean Logue

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Phone: (412) 586-4131

310 Grant St #3309
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219

Sean Logue is a diligent attorney who excels at representing people with Immigration needs. He constantly strives to represent his clients before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services as well as in Immigration Court

He has been given the bar admission in Pennsylvania (since 2008), West Virginia (since 2009), and Ohio. Sean has the license to practice in the U.S. District Court of Pennsylvania (since 2009), the U.S. District Court Western District of Pennsylvania, the U.S. District Court Northern District of West Virginia, and the U.S. District Court Southern District of West Virginia and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.

He received his undergraduate degree from Washington and Jefferson College in 2004 with honors in Political Science. Sean went on to earn his law degree at West Virginia University where he was the Student Bar Association Treasurer. His name was mentioned under the top 40 trial lawyers of 2012-2014. He is also a Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, Rising Star since 2014.

Sean brings a strong criminal defense background to his Immigration practice which can be quite useful, particularly in cases where an intending immigrant is also charged with a crime.

Sean has successfully represented defendants all across western Pennsylvania and the tri-state area. The Governor has appointed him to be a member of the council of trustees of California University of Pennsylvania. He is associated with the National College for DUI Defense since 2009.

He is an active member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers since 2008. He is also an eminent member of several other associations such as the Pennsylvania Bar Association, West Virginia Bar Association, Allegheny County Bar Association, and Washington County Bar Association. He was also been a proficient clerk at the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General from 2007 to 2008, where he was involved in preparing organized crime and sex cases for trial. He has been a former member of the Federal Criminal Justice Act panel in the Northern District of West Virginia, where he handled complex federal drug cases as well as prisoner litigation.

He is a proficient legal advocate who is highly professional and immensely knowledgeable. He has in-depth knowledge about immigration law and has handled several cases in many district courts too. He is also known to have made professional relationships with judges, prosecutors and magistrates. He believes that trusting your attorney is extremely critical for a case. Therefore, he values honest and frank communication with all his clients. He immediately discusses any information he gathers on the case with his client. He makes sure you are aware of every minute detail regarding the case at every stage of the legal proceedings.

When you are looking for an esteemed lawyer in Pennsylvania, it can be difficult to find the best one. Sean Logue is strongly committed to meeting the growing needs of his clients and provides them with the best possible defense.


J.D., West Virginia University College of Law, 2007
Student Bar Association Treasurer

B.A. in Political Science, Washington & Jefferson College, 2004
With honors

Professional & Bar Association Memberships

National College for DUI Defense
Member Since: 2009 - Present

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Member Since: 2008 - Present

Pennsylvania Bar Association

West Virginia Bar Association

Allegheny County Bar Association

Washington County Bar Association

Past Employment Positions

Pennsylvania Office Of Attorney General, Clerk, 2007 - 2008



Client Reviews
I was amazed by how supportive the experience was. They took the time to explain every step of the process, what was needed, and how they were going to accomplish it. They didn't just tell me what to do, they explained the process and gave me options. I was never left in the dark, which made the whole experience very low stress. E.S.
Joe represented me on an asylum case in San Francisco. They day I met him he took out a business card and wrote his personal cell phone number on the back. He told me to feel free to call or text any time I wanted to. I tried it and he wasn't kidding. That sort of concierge style lawyering was a real joy. S.K.
Right after the repeal of DOMA, Joe represented me and my partner on one of Pennsylvania's first immigration cases based on same sex marriage. It was new at the time, and we weren't really sure it would work, Joe reassured us and explained how and why I had the right to file for a green card for my partner - and he made every word he told me come true. The green card was issued about 5 months later. M.M.