Jeffrey Mok Named a 2020 Rising Star by New York Law Journal

Fish & Richardson principal Jeffrey Mok has been named a 2020 Rising Star by the New York Law Journal. This award recognizes honorees for their influence and expertise in their practice areas in New York and beyond, developing unique practice niches, demonstrating strong leadership qualities, contributing to the improvement of their institutions, and committing themselves to pro bono and professional volunteer work.

Mok has earned the trust and respect of clients because of his mastery of case facts, impressive knowledge of case law, and his calm demeanor, both when he's preparing for trial and in the courtroom as well as his ability to handle myriad complex aspects of litigation. Mok also devotes substantial time to pro bono and community work, handling cases with the Urban Justice Center, the Legal Aid Society (NY) and the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts and serving his third term as co-chair of the Intellectual Property Committee at the Asian American Bar Association of New York (AABANY).

Mok received his J.D. from New York University School of Law in 2012 and his B.S. in electrical engineering with a minor in computer science from Columbia University in 2007.