Associate Attorney

Logan F. Kline, ESQ

Logan Kline is an associate at the Durst Law Firm who joined the firm in November of 2022 after graduating from the University of Cincinnati College of Law. Logan graduated at the top of his class and received CALI awards for attaining the highest grades in his class in both Negotiation and Client Counseling.

Logan concentrates his practice on commercial litigation as well as complex transportation accident and personal injury cases. He embraces the opportunity to assist businesses and individuals alike by employing his strengths in problem solving and interpersonal communication to accomplish the best possible outcome. No two cases or clients are identical, and while Logan brings the same level of passion and dedication to each case, he also carefully tailors his approach to the needs and goals of the individual client.

Outside of work, Logan enjoys sports and the outdoors. While his playing days are behind him, Logan still enjoys regularly attending various sporting events and is an avid supporter of Xavier basketball. An Eagle Scout, he still finds time to enjoy nature – both by taking long hikes with his dog and by fishing the local waterways. While these interests manifest in his time away from the law, they still inform his daily approach. Logan prides himself on combining the fiery drive inherent to sports competition with the calm and reflective facet of an outdoorsman in his legal work.



University of Cincinnati College of Law / Juris Doctor, cum laude, 2022

Xavier University / B.A., cum laude, English, 2017

Bar Admissions

Ohio (2022)

Leadership & Professional Affiliations

Ohio State Bar Association / 2022 – Present


Protecting Personally Identifiable Information in the United States

The Fight for the Equal Right to Fight: Does all-male draft registration violate the Fifth Amendment?

Say it here; don’t say it there: A Preview of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Upcoming Decision on Billboard Restrictions

Revitalizing the Ban on Conversion Therapy: An Affirmation of the Constitutionality of Conversion Therapy Bans

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