Rice University, B.A., 1993
University of Kentucky, J.D., 1996
He has briefed and argued appeals in front of the first, second and fourth district court of appeals as well as the ninth circuit.
Jeremy is a regular contributor to publications regarding emerging legal issues and is also a frequently sought-after speaker on legal matters that affect not only the legal community, but also the public at large.
He coauthored a chapter in “Litigating Tort Cases,” a publication that seeks to expand the ideas of leading attorneys from around the country. Jeremy was the Tort Column Editor for the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego’s “Trial Bar News” for ten years, from 2006-2016, was selected to the Board of Directors for the Consumer Attorneys of California in 2009. He has been a featured speaker in the statewide legal education program “What’s New in Trial and Tort” since 2007. He also has presented several Continuing Legal Education seminars for various organizations, including the San Diego County Bar Association and CEB.
A dedicated advocate and champion of causes large and small, Jeremy spends his spare time supporting local organizations that make positive impacts on the performing arts, animal rights and the environment.