Paralegal and Intake Specialist
Logan Bulls is the paralegal and intake specialist at the Human Trafficking Legal Center. Bulls helps manage and maintain the Human Trafficking Legal Center’s case databases and provides general litigation support to the organization’s attorneys. She is also responsible for conducting intake interviews of prospective clients, as well as providing referrals to pro bono counsel and social service organizations.
Bulls graduated from Sewanee: The University of the South in 2021 where she studied international global studies and politics. Prior to joining the Human Trafficking Legal Center, Bulls worked at a non-profit public interest law firm in Nashville, Tennessee, that specializes in health care, family, and disability law. She conducted legal research and client advocacy work to help secure lower income families with life-essential benefits, such as health care and nutrition assistance. Additionally, Logan oversaw multiple projects rooted in Medicaid expansion and eliminating racial disparities within health equity for communities of color.
With a passion for advocacy and civic change, Bulls has extensive background using bureaucratic measures to diversify public policies, spearhead social justice reforms, and help mend the gap for other systemic barriers. Bulls worked in political event planning in D.C. by planning initiatives that range from democratic campaigns to organizing logistics for climate change policies, gun control reforms, and other imperative issues.
Bull’s future goals include practicing family law and continuing to bring equality for low-income communities. She is excited to work for the Human Trafficking Legal Center to support and engage trafficking survivors as they re-enter their communities.
A native of Baltimore, Bulls was an all-American member and co-captain of the women’s lacrosse team and was a member of multiple clubs and organizations. In her free time, Bulls likes to spend time with her family and friends, explore new restaurants in D.C., and travel.