Kaitlyn Swift

Kaitlyn Swift

Attorney (Admission Pending)

KAITLYN SWIFT joined CDQ in 2023 after obtaining her law degree from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.  During law school, Kaitlyn served as an Editor for Jurimetrics, The Journal of Law, Science, and Technology and as a Supreme Court Justice for the Graduate & Professional Student Association.  In the spring of 2020, Kaitlyn was also the recipient of the Best First-Year Oral Advocate Award.  Kaitlyn’s practice focuses on commercial litigation.  Practice authorized pending admission under Rule 39(b). Supervision by Daniel G. Dowd, a member of the State Bar of Arizona.

Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
Arizona State University
J.D., 2023

  • Note and Comment Editor, Jurimetrics, the Journal of Law, Science, and Technology
  • Supreme Court Justice, Supreme Court for the Graduate & Professional Student Association at ASU
  • Teaching Assistant, Master’s Copyright Law, Professor Heather Sapp
  • LSI Scholar, Center for Law, Science, and Technology
  • Best Oral Advocate Award Winner, Spring 2020
  • Willard H. Pedrick Scholar, Fall 2020, Fall 2021, Spring 2023

Arizona State University
B.S. Public Policy (Law and Policy), cum laude, 2019
Minor in Media Analysis

  • Alpha Phi International Fraternity, Gamma Phi Chapter, Chapter President, Vice President of Membership, Education, Programming, Panhellenic Delegate
  • Member, Greek Leadership Village Development Committee

Following undergrad, Kaitlyn has remained an active volunteer in her role as an advisor for Alpha Phi International Fraternity.  Kaitlyn focuses her efforts on recruitment and chapter officer development, working directly with collegiate women to expand their leadership skills.  Kaitlyn travels to international leadership conferences and events multiple times a year to offer continued mentorship and support.