Neal Parekh

Neal is an Associate at Brown Fox. His practice spans both corporate transactional law and litigation.



Neal served as a Summer Associate of Brown Fox, clerking in 2016. During his time at the Firm he handled both corporate and litigation matters. Upon graduation, Neal acted as a Baylor Law Practice Court Associate as a part of Baylor Law’s nationally-ranked advocacy program. He successfully coached two Baylor Law mock trial teams during this time. While in Waco, Neal often volunteered at Baylor Law’s Veterans Clinic, providing legal advice to local veterans, and pro bono defense representation of juveniles for juvenile detention hearings.


  • Texas (2017)

Professional Affiliation

  • State Bar of Texas
  • American Bar Association
    • Business Law Section
  • Dallas Bar Association
    • Corporate Law Section
  • Dallas Asian American Bar Association
  • Dallas Association of Young Lawyers


Neal earned his law degree from Baylor Law School in 2017. Neal was active in Baylor Law’s advocacy program, competing in two national moot court competitions, and garnered the distinct honor of being selected for Baylor Law School’s second annual Business Law Bootcamp, a week-long immersive course in various topics of business law. Additionally, he volunteered several times as a mentor for the SBA Law Buddy program, underwent an independent study with Professor Larry Bates on specific issues regarding UCC Article 9 secured transactions, and served as a Research Assistant to the Legal Writing department under the direction of Professor Susan Kelley-Claybrook Ortiz.

Prior to law school Neal earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Texas at Arlington, with a concentration in prelaw while obtaining a double minor in Business Administration and French. Neal regularly competed on UTA’s undergraduate moot court team, ultimately serving as the Moot Court team president. He also completed a study abroad program in Paris, France and held active memberships in the French Honors Society and officer positions in French Club and Olympus Mons Astronomy Club.

  • Baylor Law School, J.D. (2017)
    • Dean’s List
    • Order of the Barristers
    • Strasburger & Price Intrascholastic Moot Court Competition, Top 10 Speakers
    • Thomas Thang National Moot Court Competition, Oral and Brief Advocate
    • Frank A. Schreck National Moot Court Competition, Second-Best Brief Award and Semi-finalist
  • University of Texas at Arlington, B.A., Political Science, cum laude (2012)
    • Dean’s List
    • President and Treasurer; UTA Moot Court Club
    • 19th Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (Vienna), Oral and Brief Advocate
    • French Honors Society


Neal is a native Texan hailing from the suburbs of Dallas. When not working, Neal enjoys spending time with his fiancée, Gina, and his family, and loves playing table-tennis, cooking, dancing, and exercising.