Experienced, earnest, and empathetic attorney Charles Horowitz brings dynamic professionalism to those he represents.
Over 30 years litigating cases, Charles has obtained a breadth of experience unusual in the ever more specialized legal profession. These diverse perspectives lend him unique insights to resolve complicated, often acrimonious employment law disputes. He has argued before Federal and State courts (including the Minnesota Supreme Court), conducted trials and administrative hearings and successfully settled several hundred cases. Charles’ writing skills, analytic abilities, knowledge of the substantive law and devotion to clients are without equal. His enthusiasm and professionalism, not to mention results, have earned Charles ample recognition within the Twin Cities legal community.
Born and raised in Minnesota, Charles attended Cornell University’s College of Arts & Sciences in Ithaca, New York. Graduating cum laude with a degree in European History, he decided his creative mind, love of writing and passion for justice would find great purpose in practicing law. At the conclusion of his undergraduate studies, he attended the Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. After a stint on the East Coast, Charles returned to his home state to continue his legal career. Ask Charles why he’s remained at it after all these years and he’ll tell you it’s because he genuinely loves the work. He derives no greater satisfaction than from giving clients a sense of hope. When necessary doing double duty as a life coach as well as legal advocate. In short, Charles relishes the chance to build rapport with his clients, gain their trust and help make a difference in their lives by resolving thorny legal disputes — often during challenging, emotionally fraught periods in their lives.
An avid road and mountain biker, Charles enjoys visiting museums and collecting modern pottery and art glass. Other hobbies and interests include cooking and travel, art house cinema and classical music. Married with two grown daughters, Charles and his wife Robin are recent “empty nesters,” relishing their freedom but thrilled about the future for their daughters. One will be pursuing a graduate degree in primary education and the other is considering following her dad’s footsteps into the law.