Jeremy J. Theoret
Jeremy was admitted to the New Mexico Bar in 2010. Jeremy’s practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation with additional practice and experience in open records law, foreclosure defense and business formation.
Prior to the practice of law, Jeremy had careers as a librarian, a teacher, and owner and operator of his own small business. From his own experiences as a business owner, Jeremy understands the needs, challenges and concerns of business owners facing the prospect of litigation. Jeremy uses his skills as a researcher, communicator, and advocate to zealously argue for his clients every step of the way from pre-trial motions and negotiations to the courtroom.
University of New Mexico School of Law (Juris Doctor cum laude) in 2010. Awarded Lewis R. Sutin Award for Excellence in Trial or Appellate Advocacy; Clinical Honors.
St. Michael’s College (M.Ed.) in 1993.
St. Michael’s College (B.A. in sociology and political science) in 1985.