Neal Parekh is a tenacious problem-solver and gifted advocate, serving clients with both corporate and litigation needs. Mr. Parekh’s career at Brown Fox began as a summer clerk in 2016 while still attending Baylor School of Law. Between Mr. Parekh’s clerkship and employment as an attorney, Mr. Parekh acted as a Baylor Law Practice Court Associate in Baylor Law’s nationally-ranked advocacy program. He successfully coached two Baylor Law mock trial teams during this time.
Neal possesses a rare combination of legal ability and concern for the client. Those qualities—combined with his well-rounded knowledge of litigation and transactional issues—allows Neal to gain a holistic understanding of his clients’ needs and assist them in all aspects of their business.- Colleague and Dallas-based attorney
As someone who has closely worked both personally and professionally with Neal Parekh for the last four years, I can attest that Neal is a man of tremendous character whose talent is only superseded by his tenacity and unparalleled work ethic.- Attorney and Staff Sergeant (Retired), U.S. Army
Neal consistently puts 100% effort into his work. Neal is a passionate and intellectual person seeking to achieve the best results for his clients through the optimum use of legal skills.- Brazos County prosecutor
While many siblings spend their formative years fighting, my brother and I grew up spending most of our weekends and breaks playing video games with each other (there was still some fighting, too). Little did we know then that games would create such a close bond between us, and continue to provide a timeless form of entertainment.
What started out as a simple way to pass time between classes and study breaks transformed into a passionate hobby, fostering some of the best friendships I walked out of law school with. All thanks to this table-tennis paddle my law school roommate Allen gifted me as a birthday present.
Called dandia in Gujarati, these sticks are used in a traditional Indian folk dance celebrating the Hindu holiday Navrati. Dandia represent the wealth of culture and tradition central to my upbringing, and further embody my love of dancing. The resemblance to drum sticks is a nod to my years as a percussionist.
More About Neal Parekh
Mr. Parekh is a native Texan hailing from the suburbs of Dallas. When not working, Mr. Parekh enjoys spending time with his wife, Gina, and his family, and loves playing table-tennis, cooking, dancing, and exercising.