Jeremy M. Sher
- New York University School of Law
- JD 2004 cum laude
- Princeton University
- BA 2001 summa cum laude
Jeremy Sher, a partner at Leclair Korona Cole LLP, joined the firm in January 2012. Jeremy practices in a wide variety of litigation areas, including commercial, securities, employment, and municipal law. He is experienced in every phase of litigation, including trials and appeals. He successfully represents institutional and individual clients in federal, state, and bankruptcy courts as well as arbitration proceedings.
Prior to joining Leclair Korona Cole, Jeremy was an associate at the litigation firm of Miller & Wrubel P.C. in New York City, where he represented professionals and large financial firms in complex commercial disputes.
Jeremy graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University and received his J.D. cum laude in 2004 from New York University School of Law. After law school, Jeremy clerked for Magistrate Judge Theodore H. Katz in the Southern District of New York.
Jeremy has served on the Litigation Council of the Monroe County Bar Association since 2012 and is the outgoing Co-Chair of the MCBA Litigation Section. He has been selected as one of “The Best Lawyers in America” and a “Super Lawyer” for business litigation. Jeremy and Paul Leclair were recognized with the 2015 United States District Court Pro Bono Award for their vigorous representation in a federal court civil rights case.
Jeremy often writes about current legal topics for The Daily Record and speaks on Continuing Legal Education panels. He volunteers to provide legal assistance to unrepresented individuals through the Volunteer Legal Services Project Help Center and Western District of New York Pro Se Assistance Program.
Jeremy is a board member of Publick Musick, a local not-for-profit that performs Baroque music with period-style instruments.
Jeremy is married to Katherine, also an attorney, and they have twin children.