Admitted to the State Bar of Texas

United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas

United States District Court for the Western District of Texas


Logan Adcock joined the firm after graduating from the Baylor University School of Law. His practice focuses primarily on construction law and commercial litigation. Logan represents construction industry members in dispute resolution and litigation involving complex construction issues, as well as contract drafting and negotiation. 

During law school, Logan completed internships with the District Court of the Western District of Texas and the Baylor Athletics Department. He also served as a research assistant to Professor Jill W. Lens.

Prior to  law school, Logan graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.


Practice Areas



  • Baylor University (B.A. Political Science, summa cum laude)

    • Dean's List

    • Student Foundation

    • Communities in Schools of the Heart of Texas


  • Baylor University School of Law (J.D., cum laude)

    • Dean's Academic Excellence Scholarship

    • Dean's List

    • Judge Abner V. McCall American Inn of Court

    • Order of the Barristers

    • High-A: Arbitration

    • High-A: Construction Law


Professional Organizations

  • State Bar of Texas

  • Dallas Bar Association

  • Dallas Association of Young Lawyers

  • TEXO (North Texas Associated General Contractors / Associated Builders and Contractors) 

    • Young Constructors Council

    • 2019 Task Force on Subcontracts



  • Logan Adcock, Who Breached First, and Was It Material?, Dallas Bar Association | Headnotes, January 2018, at 21.

  • Contributing Author, Construction Law Update, Neal J. Sweeney, Editor (Aspen Publishers, 2014, updated annually)


Recent Accomplishments

  • Obtained final judgment granting all relief requested in favor of contractor client in a payment and performance dispute with an owner. 

  • Argued successful Motion for Summary Judgment absolving petroleum distribution company of liability in lawsuit involving an accident at an oil drilling site.

  • Drafted successful Motion for Summary Judgment as first chair attorney representing subcontractor in a payment and performance dispute with a commercial general contractor and owner. Client was awarded damages on its affirmative claims, and defendant's counterclaims were dismissed.

  • Drafted successful Motion for Summary Judgment absolving travel center client of liability in federal lawsuit involving a vehicle collision.


Reported Cases

  • Ranolls v. Dewling, 2016 WL 7743498 (E.D. Texas 2016) (holding that travel center owed no duty to Plaintiff who was killed as a result of a collision with a truck exiting the travel center's property) (L. Adcock--second chair).

Logan Adcock


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Legal Assistant: Mary Lou Cortimilia

(972) 388-5155

(972) 239-7493

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