Jeremy has been with the California Innocence Project since 2017. He began his journey with the Project as a volunteer intern. Jeremy hails from Southern California — growing up in Huntington Beach. He is a graduate of UCLA with a major in Philosophy and a minor in Education Studies. He worked as an inner-city teacher with Teach for America while also earning his Masters in Secondary Education from Loyola Marymount University. From there Jeremy went on to study law at Chapman University Law School where he earned his Juris Doctorate. As Senior Staff Attorney Fellow for the Project, Jeremy runs the volunteer intern program, oversees case intake, and reviews cases of innocence. Jeremy is a regular speaker for CIP on the causes of wrongful convictions and the work of the project. When he isn’t assisting CIP in freeing the wrongfully convicted, he can be found playing ultimate frisbee, or tweeting about criminal justice reform issues.