We have a strong legal vision.
We are more than just lawyers. We are counselors, strategists, and negotiators. Most importantly, we are advocates. As legal advocates, we strive to meet the needs of our clients through effective, aggressive, passionate, and honest representation. We believe in social justice and our legal services are dedicated to securing these ideals in our communities. We deal honestly and fairly with every client, opposing party, and court. Such vision is kept at the forefront of our minds as we represent our clients.
We are dedicated to our clients.
We are deeply committed to serving our clients. How we view our relationships with clients is what truly sets us apart as a law firm. Our dedication to serving the client and fostering the client relationship underlines everything we do. We never forget that our clients entrust us with their personal and professional lives. Our clients are real people facing real-world challenges and opportunities who deserve, and are in need of, our time, attention, and respect. We stand by our clients and fight for their interests.
We achieve success.
We take pride in our successful representation of our clients and we work tirelessly to obtain the best possible results under complex and difficult circumstances. The legal advocates of Bushell & Widdison deliver cutting edge, strategic legal services to clients to help them achieve their goals. We define success by achieving and even surpassing our client's goals. Our success is manifested in the repeated and consistent referrals from former clients, opposing counsel, colleagues, judges, and members of the community.
Bushell & Widdison, PLLC was formed in 2013 by Logan Bushell and Jason Widdison. Logan and Jason were brought together in the practice of law through their shared commitment to social justice and the advancement of the public interest. With their similar philosophies and approaches to the practice of law, Logan and Jason combine to make a powerful team of legal advocates.
The law office of Bushell & Widdison is located in the heart of downtown Ogden, just one block from historic 25th Street, one block from The Junction, and 1/4 mile from the Ogden Intermodal Center UTA transit station. Bushell & Widdison also serves clients in Weber, Davis, Box Elder, and Salt Lake Counties.
Logan Richard Bushell
Attorney at Law and Founding Member
Mr. Bushell graduated cum laude from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2013. While at Gonzaga, he served on the Executive Board of the Gonzaga University Law Review as the Managing Editor. Additionally, he served as Vice-President of the Hispanic Law Caucus. His article, “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses”—Just as Long as They Fit the Heteronormative Ideal: U.S. Immigration Law’s Exclusionary & Inequitable Treatment of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, and Queer Migrants, was published in the Gonzaga Law Review in May, 2013.
Mr. Bushell worked as a law clerk for a private immigration and criminal defense law firm in Salt Lake City, Utah for two years. In this position, Mr. Bushell performed various client intake and interviews, researched legally relevant immigration and defense issues, and drafted various motions, pleadings, memorandums, and other legal documents.
Mr. Bushell received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a Bachelor of Science degree in International Studies from the University of Utah in 2010. He is fluent in Spanish.
You can connect with Logan on LinkedIn
Jason Rodrigo Widdison
Attorney at Law and Founding Member
Jason was raised in a multicultural bilingual home. As the son of an immigrant, Jason has always felt a close affinity with the immigrant community and taken on the challenge of advancing the causes of underrepresented members of society. Jason believes the practice of law affords a great opportunity to positively impact the lives of his fellow citizens and non-citizens.
Jason graduated from Brigham Young University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and graduated cum laude from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2013. While in law school he served as the President of the Hispanic Law Caucus and as an Associate Editor on the Law Review. His article, Michigan v. Bryant: The Ghost of Roberts and the Return of Reliability, was published in the Gonzaga Law Review in 2011.
Before entering private practice Jason worked as a legal intern at the Spokane County Public Defender's Office and the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in Washington. Since entering private practice Jason has worked as a public defender in the Clearfield Justice Court, Roy Justice Court, Ogden 2nd District Court, and the Weber County Drug Court.
Jason is a member of the Weber County Bar Association, the Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National Association of Drug Court Professionals, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Jason is fluent in Spanish.
You can connect with Jason on LinkedIn.