Hong Shi is an associate in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the Austin office of Haynes and Boone. Her principal practice area is intellectual property, and she is involved in prosecution and litigation matters, as well as patent office trials. Hong’s patent litigation experience includes formulating claim construction strategy, identifying invalidating prior art, analyzing non-infringement positions, and handling various discovery matters.
Over the years, Hong has handled matters in the fields of telecommunications, semiconductor device design and fabrication, computer hardware, software design and e-commerce systems.
Hong keeps an active pro-bono docket involving family law matters. She also serves as a volunteer prosecutor for the City of Austin, and has tried five criminal misdemeanor cases to a jury and obtained guilty verdicts in all of them. Hong is active in efforts to support diversity and inclusion in the legal community, and serves as a board member of Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association (MAMAs) Austin Chapter.
- J.D., University of Texas at Austin School of Law, 2011, with honors; Order of the Coif; Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal, Publications Editor; Dean’s Achievement Award
- M.S., Electrical Engineering, Yale University, 2000
- B.S., Engineering, Tsinghua University, 1998
- B.A., Economics, Tsinghua University, 1998
- Texas, 2011
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2011
COURT ADMISSIONS :
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES :
- Susan P. Burton Award by Volunteer Legal Services of the Austin Bar Association, 2015
- Pro Bono (Austin) – served as City of Austin “Prosecutor on Loan”; tried five criminal misdemeanor cases to a jury and obtained guilty verdicts in all of them
- Member, American Intellectual Property Law Association
- Board Member, Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association (MAMAs) Austin Chapter
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