Keri Logan, Coalition Court Reporters, Partner
Keri Logan, Managing Partner
Keri A. Logan is a highly experienced licensed court reporter with over two decades of experience in the legal industry. Since 2002, Keri has provided top-notch court reporting services to clients in all types of civil litigation, depositions, and law and motion matters.
Keri started her career as a deposition reporter from 2002 to 2005, after which she worked at Orange County Superior Court from 2004 to 2008. In 2008, Keri moved on to work at Los Angeles County Superior Court where she reported in excess of 100 trials in her career. Kevin Brazile, the former Presiding Judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court, was Keri's last Judicial Officer. During her time there, Keri managed an extremely high trial volume in her department, gaining extensive experience in managing complex and high-stress environments.
In 2012, Keri became a founding partner of Coalition Court Reporters and played a significant role in the growth and success of the firm. She has been a driving force behind the firm's commitment to delivering exceptional services to clients and building long-term relationships with them. She continues to report all case types of civil litigation, including one of the biggest employment awards in history, totaling $450 million dollars.
In 2020, Keri was promoted to Managing Partner, where she now handles the administrative side of the firm's business, overseeing the day-to-day operations and ensuring that the company continues to operate efficiently and effectively. Her extensive experience and knowledge of the legal industry make her a valuable asset to the firm and its clients.
Outside of her work, Keri is happily married for 16 years and has one amazing daughter. She is an active member of the National Charity League, where she and her daughter participate in philanthropic activities that support various charities in their city. In her free time, Keri enjoys riding bikes, hiking, traveling with her family, and spending time at the beach.