Jeremiah Sanders began his career in workers’ compensation at a large statewide defense firm before joining Mullen & Filippi in 2023. While in undergraduate and law school, he worked as a full-time paralegal for leading criminal defense firms. Following law school, Jeremiah was a professor at both California State University, Chico and California State University, Sacramento, where he taught upper division courses in Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Legal Analysis, and Constitutional Law. Additionally, he represented students accused of misconduct in administrative disciplinary proceedings across the CSU and UC systems.
Jeremiah graduated from California State University, Chico with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. He went on to earn a Masters degree in Legal Studies and graduated with a Juris Doctorate from Cal Northern School of Law in 2016.
I was drawn to the law from an early age, playing the part of the judge in playground squabbles in grammar school. My love for justice and equity continued to grow during my formative years, and I cheered when Clarence Thomas was appointed to the Supreme Court.
I currently reside in the Northern California town of Paradise with my wife and daughter. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, playing cards, and various outdoor activities.