Jeremy earned his law degree from the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom. He furthered his studies at Nottingham Law School to complete his Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) and was called to the English and Wales Bar by the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn.
Jeremy is admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Malaya Bar in Kuala Lumpur and was later admitted as an Advocate of the High Court in Sabah & Sarawak in the State of Sabah. Jeremy has appeared before all levels of courts in Malaysia in both Malaya and Sabah. He is known for his practical approach, analytical skill and objectivity.
Jeremy is an advocate practicing in a wide variety of commercial matters including Arbitration, Adjudication, Mediation, Company and Shareholder Disputes, Breach of Contract, Banking Disputes, Bankruptcy, Conveyancing, Landlord & Tenant, Construction Disputes, Winding Up Proceedings, Negligence, Employment disputes, Will Writing, Divorce, Commercial Fraud, Civil and General Litigation.
In the past, Jeremy was invited to share his knowledge and views to Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM) architects on various clauses in the PAM Contract 2006. He has also given talks on the Statutory Adjudication mechanism provided under Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act 2012 (CIPAA) with the Sabah Builders Association and the Young Advocates Sabah (YAS) on various occasions.
Jeremy is an EXCO member of the Sabah Law Association and also serves as an EXCO member for the Sabah Law Society, a statutory body established pursuant to Advocates Ordinance (Sabah Cap. 2) which governs and regulates the law profession in the state of Sabah.
Jeremy currently is the chairperson for MyConsti and Malaysian Agreement 1963 (MA63) in Sabah Law Society. Jeremy has participated and organised meetings with both the Federal Government of Malaysia and the State Government of Sabah representatives on the status and progress of MA63. Jeremy has also co-authored and wrote an article on Anti-Hoping Laws and the way forward which was published in the Current Law Journal entitled: Sabah Legislative Assembly Dissolved: Anti- Hopping Law In A Hindsight?  1 LNS(A) iii
Jeremy also currently serves as a legal adviser to non-governmental organizations amongst others, his alma mater high school, Sabah Tshung Tsin Alumni, and Persatuan Penjaja Dan Peniaga Kecil Daerah Keningau.