Daniel Boocher

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  • Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, Juris Doctor, summa cum laude, 2016
    • President’s Award (for graduating at the top of the class)
    • Subcite Editor, WMU-Cooley Law Review
    • Author, Strife Over Strieff: Where Is the Fourth Amendment Headed After Utah v. Strieff?
    • Dawn C. Beachnau Award (for leadership and dedication to the law review)
    • Teaching Assistant for Criminal Procedure and Wills courses
    • Certificates merit for exceptional performance in 17 classes
  • Central Michigan University, Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Sociology, 2014


Mallory Taylor
(616) 254-8407

Bar Admissions:

  • Michigan


  • State Bar of Michigan
    • Criminal Law, Insurance & Indemnity Law, Real Property Law, Solo & Small Firm, and Young Lawyers Sections.
  • Grand Rapids Bar Association

As an associate in the firm’s litigation, criminal law, and family law practice groups, Daniel Boocher handles a variety of matters, drawing from an impressive academic record and judicial clerkship experience and applying logic and analysis to achieve the best possible outcomes for his clients.

While earning dual bachelor’s degrees in Criminal Justice and Sociology, Daniel developed an interest in the law. He went on to pursue his Juris Doctor at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, where he was an editor on the law review, served as a teaching assistant for two courses, and received numerous certificates of merit and other awards for scholastic excellence and leadership. Daniel supplemented his academics by participating in mock trial competitions and clerking for a litigation and appellate practice attorney.

After graduating summa cum laude at the top of his law school class, Daniel spent a year as a judicial law clerk for Kent County Circuit Court Judge Dennis Leiber, researching and drafting hundreds of opinions and orders in criminal, civil, and family law matters.

Originally from Cadillac, Michigan, Daniel practices in the Kreis Enderle office in his adopted home of Grand Rapids.