Jeremy Brasch did his undergraduate studies at UNC-Charlotte, graduating with a B.S. in Business Administration, with a concentration in Finance. After undergrad, he went on to get his MBA and work in many different sized companies from start-ups up to one of the largest corporations in the world gaining valuable business insights as he went. He then graduated from the Charlotte School of Law. While there, he studied abroad in Willemstad, Curacao through a program with the University of the Netherland Antilles and Hofstra Law.
After graduating from law school, he began practicing Franchise Law in St Louis, Missouri.
Attorney Jeremy Brasch chose the field of Franchise law because he understands and can relate to the drive of entrepreneurs. As a teen, he worked in his family's business and has always craved business ownership himself. After his time in the United States Airforce and a career in Corporate America, he turned to Business Ownership himself. Now as the managing attorney at Providence Law he helps others achieve and maintain that same dream.
- Charlotte School of Law, J.D.
- University of the Netherlands Antilles and Hofstra Law Study Abroad Program, Willemstad, Curacao
- Georgia Southern University Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
- University of North Carolina at Charlotte, B.S. in Business Administration Finance track
- Community College of the Air Force -Aircraft Armament Systems Apprentice (2W151)
- North Carolina