Spencer Fane is pleased to announce the addition of four new associates. Joining the Kansas City office are Aaron Prenger and Christopher Suenram. Prenger is joining the firm’s Financial Services group and Suenram will be a part of Spencer Fane’s Public and Business Finance group.
Jonathan Gray is joining our Denver office and will be a part of the Municipalities and Local Government group. Joining our St. Louis office is Art Gregg, a litigation associate in our Litigation and Dispute Resolution group.
The Kansas City, Denver and St. Louis offices offer a vast array of legal services throughout the Midwest. With the addition of these new attorneys, Spencer Fane will be able to better serve its clients here and across the country.
Aaron Prenger earned his Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Science in business administration from the University of Missouri. Throughout law school Prenger worked as a law clerk/legal intern at Veterans United Home Loans. Prior to his work at Veterans United Home Loans, Prenger worked as a legal intern for the Missouri Department of Economic Development. Additionally, he served as a senior advocate in the Universal Relief Advocacy Organization.
Christopher Suenram earned his Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School and his Bachelor of Arts in international studies and Italian from the University of Kansas. During law school Suenram worked as a summer associate at Ropes & Gray LLP in Boston, Massachusetts. While in law school Suenram also worked as an Office of the Secretary of Defense Honors legal intern for the Department of Defense, Office of the General Counsel.
Jonathan Gray earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Denver and his Bachelor of Science in finance from the University of Central Florida. Throughout law school Gray worked as a law intern at Schuchat, Herzog & Brenman LLC in Denver, Colorado. Prior to that he worked at Voxeo Corporation, where he went from finance intern to a finance manager.
Art Gregg earned his Juris Doctor and his Master of Arts in English from the University of Notre Dame and his Bachelor of Arts in English from Truman State University. During law school Gregg worked as a judicial intern to the Honorable Raymond W. Gruender at the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in St. Louis, Missouri. Gregg was also a summer research clerk at O’Connor Weber LLP in Portland, Oregon, during law school.