Family lawyer & small claims lawyer serving Midland, Ontario and Southern Georgian Bay
My Mission as a Lawyer in Midland
Jeremy has been practicing Family and Small Claims law in Midland, Ontario since 2011.
His mission as a lawyer is to be approachable, patient, and hardworking – a lawyer you can count on to be straightforward with you about what the law says. To explain the law in a way that can be understood. His focus is finding solutions to people's problems, and he's not afraid to think outside the box, using all available resources to help his clients.
Service, home, and family have always been strong values for Jeremy Herron. His volunteer work has included:
- Fund-raising, "Big Bunches" and in-school mentoring with Big Brothers of North Simcoe
- Tutor for the Midland Area Reading Council
- Board of Directors for Nitawgi Farm
As a Canadian with Métis heritage, Jeremy has spent most of his life learning what it is to be Métis, to walk that line between his Aboriginal heritage and his European heritage.
- Studied the Michif (Métis) language.
- Studied Aboringinal Adult Education through Brock University, a course about the learning differences of people in Aboriginal cultures.
- Participated in the Native Law Summer Program at the University of Saskatchewan, as both a student and a tutor.
- Served as Vice President of the Aboriginal Law Students' Association, and Vice President of Aboriginal Relations of the Law Students' Association at the University of Saskatchewan..
- Attended the Indigenous Bar Association Conference of 2009, including seminars on the state of the law in Canada and how it affects Indigenous people.
Educational & Personal Background
Jeremy Herron grew up in Sunnyside, between Midland and Penetanguishene, and graduated from P.S.S. in 1999. He has a bachelor's degree in economics from Queen's University, where he graduated with honors. He completed law school at the University of Saskatchewan, where he graduated in April, 2010.
Between his undergraduate work and law school, Jeremy spent a few years at home in Midland to help out his family. Now, he's proud to be raising own family in the area he's always called home.
Jeremy lives in Penetanguishene, Ontario with his wife Becky and their daughter.