Logan Koepke is a Policy Analyst at Upturn, where his research focuses on criminal justice and financial justice issues. Recently, Logan authored a paper on pretrial risk assessment, as well as reports on predictive policing, payday lending, and lead generation.
Before joining Upturn, Logan worked at a prominent civil rights litigation law firm where he worked on gender discrimination class action lawsuits. During that time, he maintained a website where he wrote about terms of service and net neutrality. He's also worked at the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, and as a research fellow in history.
Logan grew up in Dallas, Texas and earned his B.A. in History and Political Science at Northwestern University, where he graduated with honors and the Highest Order of Excellence distinction.