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Logan Volpe

Paralegal, Farmed Animal Advocacy Clinic

Logan Volpe


Logan Volpe is the Litigation Paralegal for the Farmed Animal Advocacy Clinic at Vermont Law Graduate School. In this position, Logan assists FAAC attorneys and students through legal research and document drafting and works with students on judicial procedure to ensure their knowledge of the legal process.

Prior to joining FAAC, Logan worked as a paralegal at a small law firm in the state’s capital, working in multiple areas of law. There she honed numerous paralegal skills including preparing legal documents, filing electronic pleadings, providing litigation and legal advocacy support, and conducing legal research.

Logan’s experience with rescuing horses prompted her to look for opportunities to improve the lives of all animals, which led her to FAAC. Logan uses her animal knowledge combined with her legal background to help further the treatment of farmed animals, while helping guide students through their educational journeys.

Since childhood Logan has had a passion for all animals large and small. When she was seven years old, she had her first horseback riding lesson which led to a lifelong devotion to the equestrian sport. When she was twelve her parents rescued her first horse Monzee. In 2021 Logan adopted her second horse, Hubbell, who was rescued from a kill pen in Texas.

Logan attended a Nursing school in Vermont while juggling a traveling equestrian career. She took a break from school to become a phlebotomist at a level one trauma center. During this time Logan earned her United States Dressage Federation (USDF) Bronze Medal and various other national and local championships/awards.

Along with horseback riding Logan also developed a passion for teaching and training; wanting to share her knowledge and experiences with others. As Logan honed her teaching skills, she traveled to Germany to learn about their equestrian veterinary and rehabilitation practices. Upon returning to Vermont, Logan resumed teaching students of various ages and disciplines and worked to rehabilitate several horses from career and possibly life-ending injuries. She continues her passion for teaching as she assist law students in developing skills to become effective farmed animal advocates.