Soo J. Park

Associate | Los Angeles

spark@mofo.com | (213) 892-5273

spark@mofo.com
(213) 892-5273

Soo Park is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Group and focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation.

Soo has litigated patent and trade secret cases involving a wide range of technologies, including medical devices, computer software, mobile apps, and video streaming. Soo has also represented companies in complex commercial litigation disputes. Soo has experience in all phases of litigation from pleadings through trial. She has handled all aspects of discovery, taken and defended depositions, drafted dispositive motions, and participated in trial preparation.

Soo is committed to pro bono service and diversity in the legal profession. She has been awarded the Wiley W. Manuel Certificate for Pro Bono Legal Services by the State Bar of California in 2015–2019 and currently serves as a member of the Inner City Law Center’s Pro Bono Council. She is a part of the firm’s Associate Committee and diversity initiatives and has been a co-chair of Los Angeles Women’s Group since 2015.

Soo received her J.D. from the University of Chicago, where she served as president of the Chicago Law Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports law students who devote their summers to working in the public interest. While in pursuit of her J.D., she received the Ann Watson Barber Outstanding Service Award. Prior to law school, Soo was a Teach for America corps member and taught reading and writing at a public middle school in New Orleans. She received her B.A. from the University of Chicago, with honors in comparative literature.

Before joining the firm, Soo was a legal intern at the Orleans Public Defenders and was a student member of the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Project at the Edwin F. Mandel Legal Aid Clinic.

Soo is fluent in Korean.

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