About Jeremy Gilbreath


Jeremy is a graduate of Winston Churchill High School, in San Antonio, Texas. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from the University of Texas, Austin. Jeremy received a doctorate of jurisprudence from St. Mary’s Law School in 2009. While at St. Mary’s Law School he served as a member of the St. Mary’s Law Review, first as a staff writer (2007-2008) and later as an associate editor (2008-2009). He was also a member of the international legal fraternity of Phi Delta Phi, based on his exemplary academic performance, and, in 2008, was elected, by the chapter’s members, to the chapter’s board (where he served as the chapter’s treasurer from 2008-2009).

Jeremy is currently licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas. Additionally, Jeremy is a member of the San Antonio Bar Association, the Texas Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.

In 2009, Jeremy was licensed to practice law in the state of Texas. Since that time, Jeremy has worked for the Gilbreath Law Firm, representing clients in real estate, transactional, administrative, employment, estate planning, and civil litigation matters. Jeremy has both jury and bench trial experience. Since 2009, Jeremy has been involved in litigating cases ranging from will disputes (in Medina County, in 2013), worker’s compensation retaliation suits (in Kendall County, in 2010), to ERISA claims (in Federal Court in Laredo, in 2013), breach of note (in Guadalupe County, in 2014) and commercial litigation, involving a partnership and Limited Liability Company disputes (in Travis County, in 2012, and Bexar County, in 2014, respectively).

Jeremy has also taken a special interest in education (or school) law and administrative law. In the school law context, he has represented teachers and other educators, students, and parents in various matters, including grievances and complaints, disciplinary actions (e.g., DAEP placement), due process hearings, Chapter 21 hearings, hearings before school boards, whistleblower cases, students and educators with disabilities (IDEA and ADA), and bully, harassment, and assault matters, among others.

With respect to administrative law, Jeremy has represented federal, state, and private employees in a variety matters. Those administrative actions include licensing actions before or involving the State Board of Nursing, the Texas Education Agency, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, and the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, and the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH), among others. Likewise, Jeremy has represented employees in administrative matters before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Texas Workforce Commission. Additionally, Jeremy has represented federal employees in Equal Employment Opportunity actions and other grievances.

In the real estate context, Jeremy assists clients in both transactions and disputes. He has assisted clients in real estate sales and transactions, and in the preparation of real estate documents, such as release of lien, real estate sales contracts, deeds, and notes. Further, Jeremy has represented clients in real estate disputes, such as breach of note, boundary disputes, and trespass.

Jeremy prides himself being available to his clients and representing them with vigor and skill. He lives in Leon Springs with his wife and son, and is a member of Oak Hills Church.