Geremy Johnson

Global Law Media and TV

Geremy Johnson, Esq. Founder of Global Law Media and TV, is a mission-driven lawyer and consultant that focuses on the various aspects of tax law and business strategy affecting entrepreneurs and businesses. After graduating from Emory Law and with a passion for public service, he began his legal career as a Prosecutor for the City of Philadelphia, one of the top District Attorney offices in the country. There he litigated over a combined 200 criminal trials and motions.

Geremy is also the founder of Global Law Media and TV, a media company that educates the general public on various issues about the law.

Geremy brings his total legal experiences to serve the global community. He operates on the idea that progress is built through positive impact with projects and teamwork.

dont miss

How your law firm will survive in the 21 st century

Technology and consumer expectations are changing the law firm model. To maximize your chances of survival, you need to be aware of how the market is shifting and understand the drivers of change.

Geremy Johnson will be speaking in the following theatres:

Theatre 7 - Wednesday 15.30 - 16.00: How your law firm will survive in the 21 st century

Theatre 7 - Thursday 11.00 - 11.30: How your law firm will survive in the 21 st century


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  • Dave Horton: Speaking at the Legalex

    Dave Horton

    Navigating the New ePrivacy Regulation: Ad Tech Disruption for Lawyers

  • Gavin Sheridan: Speaking at the Legalex

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    Working from first principles – reimagining legal information from the ground up.

  • Bart van Wanroij: Speaking at the Legalex

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