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Current responsibilities
Jeremy Becker is a Vice President of JLL’s Public Institutions group.  Having joined the firm in May 2013, he is located in Atlanta, GA, where he leads PI’s business development efforts in a nine-state area in the Southeast.

Specialties

Real estate strategy, financing, development and transaction services to public sector clients.

Years of experience
8

Experience
Prior to joining JLL, Jeremy was the Southeast Political Director for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).  In this capacity, he maintained contact with Congress Members and candidates, tracking issues affecting U.S.-Israel relations and leading educational briefings to Senate and House candidates.

Jeremy organized and managed grassroots political activities in a nine-state area including mobilizations and overseeing key contact relationships in the U.S House of Representatives and U. S. Senate.  He led missions to Israel for U.S. leaders and key lay leaders and was a featured speaker at AIPAC and community educational programs related to local, national, and international political issues.

Jeremy has practiced law with Renzulli, Pisciotti & Renzulli, LLP, in New York, NY, where he handled products liability, insurance coverage, and insurance defense litigation. 

Previously he practiced law with Levidow, Levidow & Oberman, P.C.,  New York, NY, working labor law, premises liability, automobile liability, insurance coverage and workers compensation matters. 

Prior to engaging fully, Jeremy interned with Connell Foley LLP, in New Jersey, assisting with a variety of litigation matters and with the DeKalb County District Attorney’s Office, Atlanta, GA.

Awards

  • Order of the Barristers Award (2002)

Education
Jeremy earned a Juris Doctor degree from Emory University Law School. Prior to law school, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree (political science/communications) from University of Michigan.

Jeremy is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey and co-authored a published study, Beyond Siting: Implementing Voluntary Hazardous Waste Agreements in Canada.