Admitted as a Solicitor: 2011
Called to the Bar: 2022
Jeremy has extensive experience in criminal law and crime adjacent matters. Prior to being called to the Bar, Jeremy worked as a defence lawyer at Legal Aid NSW for approximately 6 years and at Northern Australia Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) in Alice Springs for 2 years before that. While at Legal Aid, Jeremy worked in the Indictable Unit, the Indictable Appeals Unit and the Children’s Legal Service. While at NAAJA, Jeremy worked as a civil lawyer representing clients in respect of intentional tort matters and as a criminal lawyer in the Local and Supreme Court.
Jeremy is a methodical and comprehensive practitioner, initially trained in a large commercial law firm where he spent several years working in commercial litigation and corporate law. He has also worked at the Australian Human Rights Commission for the Sex Discrimination Commissioner and in the Attorney-General’s Department, including on the Review into the Treatment of Women in the ADF.
Jeremy graduated from UNSW with First Class Honours in Law and a major in Philosophy. He is on most Legal Aid Panels.