Jeremy Bazile is a native of Alexandria, Louisiana and a new resident of Acadiana. He earned a B.A. from Louisiana State University, and subsequently received a J.D. from Southern University Law Center.
Upon graduating from law school, Jeremy was offered a judicial clerkship with the Honorable George C. Metoyer, Jr. at the 9th Judicial District Court in Alexandria. During his judicial clerkship, Jeremy performed extensive research on civil cases that came before Judge Metoyer, including the largest class action and toxic tort lawsuit filed in Rapides Parish history (Cynthia Paige, et al v. Dura-Wood, L.L.C., et al). While clerking for Judge Metoyer, Jeremy was also personally requested by the Honorable John C. Davidson and the Honorable Patricia E. Koch to serve as their acting law clerk until a permanent law clerk was hired. Throughout his clerkship, Jeremy volunteered at the Rapides Parish District Attorney's Office, and shadowed several attorneys and judges in Central Louisiana, including the Honorable Phillip J. Terrell (former Pineville City Court Judge).
After clerking at the 9th Judicial District Court, Jeremy moved to Lafayette where he worked in the legal department of Hub Enterprises, Inc. for two years. In 2016, Jeremy joined The Glenn Armentor Law Corporation, a Martindale-Hubbell rated AV Preeminent™ law firm, where he currently practices personal injury and workers' compensation law.