• District of Columbia
  • New York
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit


  • American Bar Association
  • Energy Bar Association


  • University of Notre Dame Law School, JD, cum laude
  • Ewha University, BS
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Ji Young Park


Washington, DC v. +1.202.420.2578 f. +1.202.420.2201

Ji Young Park concentrates her practice on intellectual property and technology law in the hi-tech sphere, including patent portfolio analysis and tech-transfer, IP due diligence, patent litigation, and cybersecurity. Drawing on the experience as an engineer of a start-up she founded during college, she works closely with clients to provide strategic legal advice related to consumer electronics and IT industry.

She is actively involved with district court litigations in multiple districts and participates in all aspects of litigation. Her work has included analysis of patents and technologies on telecommunication standards, semiconductors, electricity distribution system, and mobile handsets.

Ms. Park has also prosecuted patents before the U.S. PTO and other patent offices, and analyzed patent portfolios on: network, power line communications, AV signal processing, augmented reality machines, display devices, control systems, motors, etc.

Her familiarity with the latest technology and the IT industry also helps her counsel clients on IP licensing, technology transfer agreements and cybersecurity.

While attending Notre Dame Law School, Ms. Park served as an assistant president for the Intellectual Property Law Society, a secretary for the Asian Law Student Association, a research assistant for Professor Roger P. Alford, and a senior articles editor for the Journal of Legislation.

She also served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Joseph Cassinni III for the Superior Court in Newark, NJ.


Ms. Park is a member of the American Bar Association’s Science & Technology Law Committee. In her spare time, she volunteers for the Bread for the City’s legal service clinic. In the past, she has volunteered for the Youth Services Center in Washington, D.C., and Habitat for Humanity leading a team of students in Thailand.