William Logue
William Logue has more than 20 years experience as a consultant, facilitator, mediator and trainer helping creatively craft agreements to build relationships and promote practical solutions to difficult problems. He has worked in the public and private sector addressing economic development and social and human service issues. He practiced law before becoming involved in conflict resolution and consulting.

Mr. Logue was consultant to the Gateway Visitor Center Corporation, concerning the design and operation of a $38-million regional visitor center at Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia. The project involved working with the National Park Service, the City of Philadelphia and other stakeholders. Tasks included analysis of the mission, physical and programmatic needs, financial operating projections and selection of architectural and exhibit design professionals. Mr. Logue was also consultant to the Bristol Boro Economic Development Corporation concerning the feasibility, mission, operation and budget for a visitor center in historic Bristol Boro, the terminus of the Delaware Canal.

Mr. Logue worked in the Federal District Court, where he assisted in the settlement of many cases. He started his consulting practice in 1994, working with large and small foundations on issues concerning children, education, welfare-to-work, community development, and economic development through tourism facilities. He has maintained his mediation and consensus building practice and trained more than 300 lawyers, public administrators, school officials, business people and others in mediation and conflict resolution techniques. Mr. Logue is admitted to practice law in Connecticut and Massachusetts, is Vice President of the New England Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution, past Chair of the Connecticut Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section and currently serves as co-chair of the Association’s Standing Committee on Dispute Resolution in the Courts. He is an author and frequent speaker on conflict resolution.

Mr. Logue is a graduate of Brown University (1980) and the University of Connecticut School of Law (1985).