JAY KOO, ESQ.
His unique combination of legal expertise, attention to detail, and international perspective make him an invaluable asset to clients, guaranteeing a well-rounded and effective approach to their legal matters.
Jay Koo is a dedicated attorney who is admitted to the Bar and holds a license to practice law in New York. With a specialization in personal injury, Mr. Koo brings valuable experience in supporting injury and liability positions through client-friendly approaches, empathizing with their situations, and employing his sharp wit.
Alongside his personal injury practice, Mr. Koo also advocates fervently for medical providers, ensuring they receive fair compensation for their services. At Gabriel and Moroff, Mr. Koo currently handling tasks such as searching and drafting motions, conducting arbitrations, providing support to clients during Examination Under Oath (EUO) proceedings, and overseeing the Verification & Discovery department. Notably, his prior experience at a plaintiff firm has also equipped him with the ability to argue motions in New York Supreme Courts.
Mr. Koo completed his legal education at Fordham University School of Law, complemented by a master’s and bachelor’s degree from Korea University. During his graduate studies, he pursued his passion for international public law and had the privilege of studying under a distinguished scholar, who holds the prestigious title of being the only South Korean member of the International Law Committee (ILC) at the United Nations.
Personal Injury Law
Worker’s Compensation Law
Fordham University Law School
- International Law Committee (ILC)
- Gabriel Law Firm
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