Logan Green

Undergraduate Intern (Fall 2023)
Undergraduate Interns

Logan Green is a fourth year Government and social work double major pursuing a BDP certificate minor in Ethics and Leadership in Law, Politics, and Government. Logan is interested in policy, law, and macro-level social work, particularly as it relates to the criminal legal system, the immigration system, and mental health outcomes amongst various communities. Logan also has specific academic interests in determinants of mental health outcomes for the LGBTQ+ community, restorative justice in the legal system and school system, and comparative politics. In the past, Logan has worked as an intern at the Lone Star Justice Alliance, a legal nonprofit that represents youth tried as adults and given lengthy prison sentences. Here, he learned what criminal defense in post-conviction settings looks like, especially in cases where mitigation evidence is used in defense. As a restorative practice intern, he has also worked with the restorative practice team in the UT Student Conduct office to develop restorative practice initiatives that can be implemented on campus. Through this, he best learned more about restorative practice and restorative justice and how they can be applied to address harm and rebuild relationships without taking purely punitive approaches. After graduation, Logan plans on pursuing his Masters in Social Work. He plans to focus on macro-level social work with the goal of working in the realm of social policy within the social work field.