A life-long Atlantan with deep experience in business and law, as well as strong relationships with legal departments and law firms throughout the region, Logan Ide co-founded and is President of Latitude Georgia.
Logan’s more than 20 years of legal and business experience in Atlanta include serving as General Counsel for an international consultancy, Managing Director of a Private Equity firm, CEO of an industrial professional services company, Board Member of multiple corporations, and Member of the University of Georgia Terry College of Business Alumni Board.
Logan jumped at the chance to bring the Latitude brand to Atlanta. In addition to his appreciation of the quality and energy of the team and opportunity to contribute his experience, the law and the legal profession are in Logan’s blood. His earliest childhood memories include Saturday mornings at his father’s law firm in downtown Atlanta and family vacations built around ABA conventions.
In his various legal and business leadership roles, he has developed deep relationships with attorneys at numerous leading Atlanta law firms and legal departments. Logan has consulted for the Georgia Research Alliance, a leading public-private technology-based economic development not-for-profit in Georgia, been on the founding team of a technology start-up and served as vice-president and general counsel for an international consultancy founded by former Atlanta Mayor and Ambassador Andrew Young and White House Chief of Staff Hamilton Jordan. Logan also served as a manager for the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Torch Relay and Centennial Olympic Park projects.
Logan received his B.A. from the University of Virginia and JD and MBA degrees from the University of Georgia where he was a member of the editorial board of the Georgia Law Review and member of the Prosecutorial Clinic.
Logan and his wife live in Buckhead and have three children, two dogs, three cats and joint custody of three chickens.