Jeremy is a member of Pushor Mitchell’s litigation group.  Jeremy completed a co-operative education term and his articles and began work as an associate at a Kelowna law office.  While at these positions, he gained a wide array of experiences in civil and commercial litigation. Jeremy has appeared on applications and hearings before the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Provincial Court of British Columbia and other administrative bodies.

Jeremy has assisted clients in a number of areas of civil practice primarily in the area of commercial litigation and his experience includes assisting in matters of personal injury, leasing issues, real property disputes, contractual disputes, wills and estate litigation and builders liens.  He also completed a co-operative education term at the Residential Tenancy Branch where he was employed as an Information Officer. This experience left him with a thorough understanding of residential tenancy law and dispute resolution techniques.

Jeremy completed his undergraduate education in 2009 at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan where he earned his B.A. in Sociology with a minor in Psychology. He went on to complete his Juris Doctor from the University of Victoria in 2012. While at the University of Victoria, Jeremy was very involved with the law school and participated in several intramural sports, took part in the Business Law and Legal Information Clinics and was a co-founder and co-president of the Poverty Law Club.

Jeremy is an active member of the Okanagan business community and likes to stay involved in organizations aimed at positive social impact.  During his spare time, Jeremy can be found training at the gym, playing ultimate or volleyball, hitting the links (a work in progress), snowboarding, water skiing or embracing the reputation he’s earned as a “foodie” enjoying the Okanagan’s many fantastic dining experiences with friends and loved ones.