Jeremy T. England received his B.A. Degree in Political Science at Mississippi State University where he served as Vice President of the Student Association and graduated magna cum laude in 2005. Jeremy went on to receive his J.D. from the University of Mississippi School of Law in 2008. While in law school, Jeremy served on the Moot Court Board and the Law School Student Government Association. He was named the Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year for the State of Mississippi for 2014-2015, and he has been named a Mid-South Rising Star by Super Lawyer Magazine each year from 2012-2016. Jeremy is an active member of the Mississippi Bar Association's Young Lawyer Division, and in recognition of his work as a Young Lawyer, Jeremy was nominated as a Fellow to the American Bar Foundation. Jeremy is a Member of all State Courts in Mississippi and Alabama, and all Federal Courts in Mississippi and the 5th Circuit. Jeremy primarily practices in the area of workers' compensation defense, but he also has experience in civil litigation defense, wills and estates, family law and DUI defense.
In 2019, Jeremy was elected to serve in the Mississippi State Legislature as a State Senator representing District 51 (Jackson County). The Lt. Governor of Mississippi appointed Jeremy to the following Senate committees: Economic and Workforce Development (Vice Chairman); Judiciary A; Judiciary B; Constitution; Highways and Transportation; Ports and Marine Resources; Gaming; and Finance.