Jeremy Wynne graduated from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law. Jeremy brings a strong passion and dedication to the practice of criminal law, and is a diligent and zealous advocate for all individuals charged with all types of criminal offences. Jeremy gained experience before the Ontario Court of Justice as a student litigator at Windsor’s Community Legal Aid clinic, where he represented clients charged with summary conviction offences. After law school, Jeremy articled with a well-respected and seasoned trial lawyer in Toronto, where he had the opportunity to work on a wide assortment of cases, including a three-week long first-degree murder trial.
Prior to attending law school, Jeremy volunteered for two years with the Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted (now Innocence Canada) and went on to become an executive member of Windsor Law in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted. Jeremy also served as President of the Windsor Law chapter of the Runnymede Society, a national student membership organization dedicated to exploring the ideas and ideals of constitutionalism, liberty, and the rule of law. Outside of work, Jeremy enjoys baseball and basketball, and loves going to hear live music.
Jeremy Wynne is a member in good standing of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association, and the Law Society of Ontario.