Jeremy Bailie is a first-generation American. His grandparents along with Jeremy’s father moved to the United States from Northern Ireland seeking a better life. Jeremy’s grandfather, with only a middle school education, was hired by General Motors, building transmissions on a line in Detroit. Jeremy’s father also worked in the automotive industry building cars for Chrysler, then moved to Florida after getting married.
Jeremy Bailie was born and raised in Florida. He received his Associate’s Degree from Pasco-Hernando State College and his Bachelor’s Degree from Northland International University. After undergraduate studies, he attended law school, receiving his Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport. After law school, Jeremy was hired as an attorney at the St. Petersburg-based law firm, Abbey, Adams, Byelick, and Mueller, LLP. His work for businesses large and small has earned him recognition within the legal community.
Jeremy Bailie lives in Gulfport, Florida with his wife, Samantha. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Drug-Free American Foundation, the Board of Trustees for the St. Petersburg Bar Foundation, and actively involved in the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce. Bailie was a Legal Fellow for Congressman Gus Bilirakis and selected for the Civil Engagement Program through the United States Department of State.