Charles Bogren adheres to the philosophy that clients deserve a frank, honest, and hardworking advocate to best serve their interests. He brings this work ethic – along with a sense of humor – to the litigation, business transactions, and municipal matters he handles every day.
After receiving dual degrees in History and Political Science from the University of Michigan, Charles attended the University of Kansas School of Law. There, he added real-world perspective to his classroom studies by interning for Judge Paul L. Maloney of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan and clerking in the Western Michigan University General Counsel’s Office.
In law school, Charles also served as the president of the Federalist Society and as both a staff editor and business manager of the Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy. As a member of the Moot Court Council, Charles finished second at the Hassell National Constitutional Law Competition, and was a semi-finalist at the National Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition.
Charles joined Kreis Enderle as a summer associate in 2017 and became an associate in the firm’s Kalamazoo office a year later after earning his Juris Doctor with a Certificate in Media, Law & Technology.