Jeremy Leong holds concurrent appointments as an Adjunct Professor at the Fletcher School and the Economics Department.
He is the managing director and founder of Acton Law LLC where specialises in corporate law. He has also practiced corporate restructuring/mergers and acquisitions in two of Singapore's largest firms. His private practice experience includes advising investors (including public companies and state-linked companies) in acquisitions, investments and divestments in Singapore and the People's Republic of China as well as advising debtor companies and insolvency practitioners on the cross-border restructuring of private and public companies in Singapore, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Hong Kong and the People's Republic of China.

Prior to establishing Acton Law, Jeremy was an Assistant Professor of Law at the Singapore Management University where he specialized in international financial and commercial law and corporate restructuring. He has been published in Singapore and in the United States in the field of corporate insolvency law and he has been cited in the Harvard Law Review.

Jeremy holds graduate degrees in international relations and in law from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, Tufts University and Harvard Law School respectively. In the course of his graduate work, he was made a Dean's Scholar in Empirical Analysis of Law at Harvard Law School and awarded both the Alfred P. Rubin and Westlaw Corporation prizes for excellence in international law at the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy.