Notre Dame Law School,
University of Chicago,
B.A., Political Science, with honors, 2015
Jeramee sees litigation as an act of persuasive storytelling, and he is committed to telling your story. He represents clients in a variety of complex litigation matters, including business torts, fraud claims, business disputes, and other employment-related claims.
Jeramee understands litigation is often driven by the smallest details and works diligently to ensure those details are recognized.
Prior to joining Thompson Coburn, Jeramee worked with a myriad of small-businesses and religious organizations, assisting in everything from employment-related litigation to drafting of contracts and employment policies. Jeramee previously served as a judicial extern for the Hon. Robert M. Dow, Jr. in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. He also supported criminal defense work for the Public Defender's office in St. Joseph County, Indiana, and with Lawndale Christian Legal Center in Chicago, Illinois.
Jeramee graduated from Notre Dame Law School, where he was awarded the Faculty Award for Excellence in Intensive Trial Advocacy, as well as the International Academy of Trial Lawyers Award for distinguished achievement in the art and science of advocacy. At Notre Dame, he was a member of the NDLS Moot Court Trial Team. During his undergraduate studies at the University of Chicago, Jeramee earned All-American honors from the American Mock Trial Association. He also coaches college and high-school mock trial in his free time.
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