Articling Student / Employment / Labour / Professional Regulation
Jeremy is an articling student at Unified LLP, focusing on labour and employment law. Coming from a working-class family, Jeremy attended law school to learn how to help workers navigate our complicated legal systems. This drove Jeremy to co-establish the Queen’s chapter of the Law Union of Ontario (‘Queen’s Law Union’). Here, he collaborated with other law school chapters to hold workshops, such as understanding the lawyer’s role in advocating for social movements and progressive social causes. As well, Jeremy summered at the Injured Worker’s Community Legal Clinic (‘IWC’) where he learned about the litigious aspects of a WSIB file. While at IWC, Jeremy contributed extensive legal research for Charter challenges that the clinic was working on.
Jeremy is humbled and excited to start his legal career at Unified LLP. Here, he works with leading legal professionals to further develop the skills he has learned thus far, all the while helping workers get the best outcome that they deserve.
Outside of law, Jeremy loves to chef it up at home and invite family and friends over for dinner. He is also a novice cinephile who enjoys catching up on classic flicks over the weekend.