Su represents clients in technology industries in a broad variety of litigation matters, with a focus on patent litigation. She has assisted on cases pending in federal district courts and the International Trade commission. Su also assisted on advising clients on federal government contract compliance. In addition, she has an active pro bono practice helping indigent individuals with their legal needs.
She represents companies ranging from startups to large corporations covering a broad range of technologies, including speech recognition software, e-commerce, streaming services, and consumer products.
Prior to joining Fenwick, Su was a legal intern at the FTC and a summer associate at an Am Law 100 firm, where her practice focused on patent and commercial litigation.
During law school, she was associate editor of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal and the Berkeley Journal of International Law. Su also published a student note entitled, “Belmora LLC v. Bayer Consumer Care AG: Unfair Competition as an Alternative Approach to Penetrate the Territorial Principle in U.S. Trademark Law” in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. Su co-authored and published multiple articles on constitution law, privacy law, judicial behavior, and the legal profession in journals including Stanford Law Review, California Law Review, and Arizona Law Review.