Jeffrey Mok Honored with NAPABA's 2022 "Best Under 40" Award

Fish & Richardson Principal Jeffrey Mok has been named a 2022 "Best Under 40" honoree by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA).

Based in Fish’s New York office, Mok focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation and counseling for companies nationwide. Mok's engineering background and ability to cultivate a deep understanding of his clients’ technologies and businesses have contributed to his outstanding work on a number of high-profile cases.

Outside of his busy practice, Mok devotes substantial time to pro bono and community work. For his pro bono work with the Legal Aid Society, he recently received that organization's Pro Bono Publico Award. He is heavily involved in the Asian American Bar Association of New York, including serving as co-chair of the Intellectual Property Committee.

As the nation's largest Asian Pacific American membership organization, NAPABA represents the interests of 60,000 attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students. The organization aims to provide a national voice for the Asian Pacific American legal profession; promote justice, equity, and opportunity for Asian Pacific Americans; and foster professional development, legal scholarship, advocacy, and community involvement.

NAPABA's Best Under 40 award recognizes talented individuals within the Asian Pacific American legal community who have achieved prominence and distinction in their fields of endeavor and who have demonstrated a strong commitment to Asian Pacific American civic or community affairs. Recipients of this year's award were recognized on November 5 at NAPABA's 34th Anniversary Gala in Las Vegas. Award profiles for Mok and the other 10 honorees are available here.