Bill founded The Logue Group in 1994 and is a mediator, arbitrator, facilitator, consensus builder, trainer and consultant to individuals, law firms, businesses, foundations, nonprofits and public organizations. He mediates employment, workplace, commercial, construction, environmental, and many other matters. Bill has engaged in public policy consensus building work on environmental, transportation and human service issues in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Bill has designed and lead conflict resolution training programs for numerous organizations in the public and private sector. He contributed three chapters to the Mediation Practice Book published in 2001. He is a former chair of the Connecticut Bar Association Alternative Dispute Resolution Section and former Co-Chair of the Standing Committee on Dispute Resolution in the Courts, Bill is also a former President of the New England Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution.

He is lead faculty for 40-hour mediation training program sponsored by the Quinnipiac University School of Law Center on Dispute Resolution and a lead trainer for a similar program at the University of Southern Maine. Bill teaches negotiation and representation in mediation at Quinnipiac Law School where he is a Distinguished Practitioner in Residence, Director of Training Programs at the Center on Dispute Resolution and Co-Director of the USDA Certified Agricultural Mediation Program. Bill has also taught mediation at Vermont Law School. He is appointed to the Connecticut Department of Education Mediation and Neutral Arbitrator Panels. Bill is also a panelist with the US Postal Service REDRESS program for EEO complaints, the US Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, and CSRA International, among others. He is a Senior Affiliate Practitioner of the Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration. He is past Chair of the Connecticut Bar Foundation James Cooper Fellows and Director Emeritus and a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Bill is a graduate of Brown University and the University of Connecticut School of Law and is admitted to practice in Connecticut and Massachusetts.