Jeremy D. Kulish is an Associate at the Dutton Law Firm. He is primarily involved in the Firm’s litigation practice, including but not limited to Commercial Litigation, General Litigation and Trial Law, Family Law, and Personal Injury.
Jeremy grew up in Calmar, Iowa, and he obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Northern Iowa in 2015. While at UNI, Jeremy was an active member in the Daniel Webster Law Society and Bender Hall Senate.
After undergrad, Jeremy graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law. While at Iowa law, Jeremy was involved in Trial Advocacy, Appellate Advocacy, and served as a Student Writer on the Journal of Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems. Prior to his time at Iowa law, Jeremy competed in the University of Missouri’s Annual Tax and Transactional Law competition and subsequently competed in LawMeets® National Transactional Law competition. Jeremy also spent time throughout law school volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and offered his services as a tax preparer through Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for the Elderly.
Before graduating law school, Jeremy represented clients as a Student Legal Intern at the University of Iowa Legal Clinic. While at the Iowa Legal Clinic, Jeremy also served as project team member for The Elder Abuse Pathway in East Central Iowa, which was published in 2018. Jeremy also gained invaluable experience serving as a Judicial Extern to the Honorable Thad J. Collins in United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Iowa.
In his free time, Jeremy enjoys playing basketball and spending time with his family, friends, and two cats—Judge and Jury.
Jeremy Practices In:
Car & Truck AccidentsFamily LawGeneral Litigation and Trial LawPersonal InjuryBusiness and Corporate Law