Jeremy Goldstein is most notably known as the Director of the Fountain House, which is a program devised for the purpose of treating mental illness that began in the 1940s in New York. Jeremy joined in on the volunteer based project in the year of 2008, but before that back in the year of 1991 he was a student at the Cornell University where he achieved his Bachelor of Arts in the field of Art History from the year 1991 through till 1995. Upon leaving the Cornell University he went further on to attend The University of Chicago where he achieved his Master of Arts again in the area of Art History. Later on he attended the New York University School of Law where he managed to achieve his Juris Doctor in Law.
After completing all of his years at college back in the year of 1999, at the turn of the century, he stepped up to the plate as an Associate for Shearman & Sterling LLP where he stayed for one year before becoming a Partner at the firm Watchell, Lipton, Rosen, and Katz where he actively worked for fourteen years in the executive compensation practice area of the law firm. Putting his own particular focus into the area concerning issues of executive compensation.
After more than a decade of dedicated service to the firm, Jeremy Goldstein left to pursue becoming a partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC where he has worked for the past two years and ten months and continues to work with pride in himself and his coworkers for being able to have built up something so great.
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