Jeremy F. Wood advises and represents employers in many industries, including healthcare, transportation, restaurant, retail, manufacturing, financial services, insurance, and technology. He not only represents employers to trial but through appeal as well, drawing on his experience as an appellate court clerk.
Outside litigation, Jeremy also supports employers as the Washington state associate in Littler’s Workplace Policy Institute (WPI), responding to developments in state and local legislation and rulemaking. In this role, he assists the employer community in advocating to lawmakers and filing amicus curiae briefs in high stakes supreme court cases before either become law.
In law school, Jeremy served as an articles editor for the Washington International Law Journal, a member of the Moot Court Honor Board, and vice president of the Native American Law Students Association. He externed with the U.S. Attorney and the chambers of the Hon. John Coughenour (Western District of Washington), and interned for the United States Department of the Interior and private firms. He was also selected as a faculty research assistant.
Before law school, Jeremy advocated for the care of HIV positive youth as an Americorps fellow in Washington, DC, and taught English in the Middle East. He continues to serve his community by representing asylum applicants pro bono through the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, and previously chaired the Seattle Human Rights Commission.