- Jeremy has a general commercial practice that balances resolution of matters involving transactions and civil litigation.
- Jeremy enjoys diversity in his practice and handles a caseload that includes commercial business matters of all types; commercial and residential real property transactions; contract negotiation; and advising his clients on matters concerning estates and trusts; general banking matters; debt collection; insurance; and commercial/residential construction.
- Jeremy is New Mexico underwriter counsel for First National Title Insurance Company. He also advises several regional title insurance companies, lenders and local banking institutions.
With Sommer Udall Law Firm Since
- J.D., University of San Francisco, 2004, a Jesuit Institution
- Oxford University, Studies: International Law and Comparative Civil Law
- B.A., Fordham University, a Jesuit Institution, New York City, Political Science – minor in History, 2001
- Rockhurst Jesuit Preparatory, Kansas City, Missouri
- Federal District Court for the District of New Mexico
- State of New Mexico
- State of California, Federal District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Central Districts of California, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Practicing Law Since
- Since 2004. Prior to joining Sommer, Udall, Hardwick & Hyatt, P.A., Jeremy worked at the California Bay Area law firm of Murphy, Pearson, Bradley and Feeney defending professional malpractice actions and complex civil litigation brought under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).
Professional Associations and Memberships
- New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts Board Member
- Jeremy served on The Executive Board of the First Judicial District Court Bar Association from 2010 – 2012
- Associate, Oliver Seth American Inn of Court
- Member, American Bar Association
- Honors and Distinction, Academic Dean’s List, Fordham University, New York, NY
Academic & Teaching Experience
- Since 2006, Jeremy has served as an Adjunct Faculty Member at the University of New Mexico. He teaches Business Law and Business Ethics to undergraduates seeking their degree in business technology.
- 2001, Academic merit scholarship to attend law school at the University of San Francisco
- 2002, Awarded a Public Interest Law Forum Grant for an internship at the California State Public Defender’s Office
- 2003, CALI award for outstanding performance in Legal Ethics
- 2010, “Award of Excellence” from the First Judicial District Court Local Pro Bono Committee
- Technical Editor for the University of San Francisco School of Law’s Maritime Law Journal
Interests and Hobbies
- Teaching, reading, skiing and hiking