Jeremy has practised in general common law since 1993.
He regularly conducts prosecutions for animal charities and local authorities. He was junior counsel for the RSPCA in the prosecution, concluding in December 2012, of the Heythrop Hunt and its members, the first successful prosecution of a mounted fox hunt under the Hunting Act 2004, that involved multiple defendants, corporate and individual, and complex issues of corporate responsibility. He has since been instructed in a number of other fox hunting prosecutions that he has carried out alongside a more general animal welfare practice.
Jeremy maintains his longstanding specialism in financial remedy work. He has lectured on the consequences of illegally obtained evidence and injunctive relief in such cases.