• District of Columbia
  • New York


  • University of Notre Dame Law School, JD
  • 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 primarily focuses her work on patent litigation, licensing, and acquisition of rights.

Ms. Park concentrates her practice on telecommunications, semiconductors, electronics related to mobile handsets and image display devices, and electricity systems. She has prosecuted patents extensively for each subject area, both domestically and internationally.

She utilizes her experience in analyzing patents and products to determine the strength of patents-in-suit and obtain successful litigation results. Her work has included prosecuting inventions related to small area networks, power line communication, user interface, control systems, motors, display devices, mobile handsets, and AV signal processing. Ms. Park has analyzed patent pools related to each of those areas, and also has experience in consulting on IP matters for small businesses.

She currently participates in all aspects of IP litigation, including conducting discovery, drafting and responding to motions, researching case law and writing briefs, and developing case strategy.

Ms. Park began her career prosecuting patents for a Korean patent law firm located in Seoul, Korea, from 2000 to 2006. She previously worked as a patent agent, and while in college, she ran a small Internet company focused on providing Internet card services from 1998 to 1999. From 2006 to 2010, she worked as a Korean patent attorney for the same Korean patent law firm. She subsequently attended Notre Dame Law School, where she focused on studies related to patent law, antitrust law, international business law, and smart grid systems. While in law school, Ms. Park served as an assistant president for the Intellectual Property Law Society, a secretary for Asian Law Student Association, a research assistant for professor Roger P. Alford, and a senior articles editor for the Journal of Legislation.

She has lectured at seminars on intellectual property protection and U.S. patent law. She also guest lectured a patent law class at Kangnung University, Wonju-si, Korea. Ms. Park is a native speaker of Korean and is admitted to practice patent law in Korea.


She has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity and KoRoot, a nonprofit organization established to help Korean children adopted abroad find their roots. She volunteers for Bread for the City’s legal service clinic and the Youth Services Center in Washington, D.C.