Mohammad Reza Kameli focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation. He was previously a summer associate with the firm for two consecutive years and has extensive experience conducting legal research, preparing memoranda, and writing briefs.

A skilled legal writer, Mohammad served as a legal research and writing teaching assistant during law school, as well as the lead online editor of the William & Mary Law Review. Mohammad’s work as a research assistant was incorporated into a textbook on environmental law. Furthermore, his scholarship on data privacy and international law has been published by legal journals. Mohammad also received first prize in the Virginia State Bar IP Writing Competition for his paper studying the intersection of patent law and antitrust law. With a background in electrical engineering, Mohammad is at ease when working with the technical aspects of clients’ matters.

As part of his undergraduate senior capstone group project, Mohammad performed research into laser optics, designed electrical circuits using 3-D printing, and developed a contactless infrared thermometer. During law school, he served as the vice president of the Student Intellectual Property Society and mentored law students interested in pursuing a career in IP law. Outside of his legal practice, he enjoys reading political memoirs, following international/global affairs, and watching soccer.