Jeremy Small

Advisory Board Member

Jeremy Small joining the Advisory Board of App4Legal

July 28, 2020

“I am thrilled to welcome Jeremy Small in our advisory board at App4Legal. Jeremy’s unique background and strong experience in the Legal Industry will add great value to App4Legal’s business” announced this Tuesday Feras El Hajjar, Founder & CEO of App4Legal.

Jeremy is the CEO of Jameson Legal, an award-winning international legal recruitment company with offices in London, Abu Dhabi, and Hong Kong, with Clients including top US and UK law firms, sovereign wealth funds, and major corporates. During the past decade, Jeremy has made significant partner and team hires within London, the Middle East, and Asia as well as assisting law firms to establish new international offices with a particular focus on emerging markets.

Jeremy qualified as a solicitor with leading shipping law firm Ince & Co in London before working as a private equity lawyer with Pinsent Masons. He moved into recruitment in 2004 and became a senior director of a boutique legal recruitment company in Singapore before returning to London to establish Jameson Legal in 2010.

“Jeremy has a solid understanding of our business & clients, having spent the majority of his career working with Legal practitioners and law firms. Legal Technology is becoming an increasingly prominent area of focus, and Jeremy brings extensive experience and strength to further our strategy. I am confident he will be a valuable addition to our organization” said Feras.

“I am extremely excited to be working with App4Legal as it pursues its ambition to become a global leader in legal practice management software. I am delighted to help the company to reach new and exciting clients who are quickly realizing the power of its technology to improve the efficiency and capability of their legal teams” Jeremy said.

This news comes aligned with the preparation of App4Legal to announce, in the upcoming days, its new version v8 that will go live in August 2020, with fully-fledged modular features and re-engineered pricing model for both on-cloud and on-server.