Kaysey Fung joined CDQ in 2016 after having interned with the firm in 2011. Kaysey is a 2015 graduate of the University of Arizona where she was an Articles Editor for the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law and received the Dean’s Achievement Scholarship, among other accolades. During law school, Kaysey also served as an Extern for the Arizona Supreme Court Staff Attorneys’ Office. She is active in the American Bar Association and currently serves as a Working Group Member in the ABA Section of Litigation’s Judicial Internship Opportunity Program (Phoenix). Kaysey has been recognized in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch since 2021. Kaysey focuses her practice on commercial litigation.
Selected to the “Ones to Watch” list by Best Lawyers, 2021, 2022
Laurie Miller Public Service Award, ABA Section of Litigation, 2021
University of Arizona, James E Rogers College of Law
B.A., Economics, 2012
Minor in History
District of Arizona
State Bar of Arizona
Arizona Asian American Bar Association
Xavier College Preparatory Alumnae Board
American Bar Association – Section of Litigation
Kaysey has been a screening interviewer for the ABA’s Judicial Internship Opportunity Program (“JIOP”) since 2015, a formal JIOP mentor from 2016 to the present, and was appointed in 2020 and 2021 as the Phoenix Working Group Member. Kaysey was the primary moderator for the Phoenix JIOP orientation in 2021. Kaysey is an active member of the Arizona Asian American Bar Association and the GFWC Desert Jade Women’s Club, a local non-profit volunteer organization that provides community and enrichment that annually awards scholarships to high school seniors of Chinese descent. Kaysey is a Council Member for her church and a Member of the Xavier College Preparatory Alumnae Board. Kaysey also volunteers as a trial judge for the annual Arizona High School Mock Trial Program. In recognition of Kaysey’s commitment to the community, the ABA Section of Litigation selected Kaysey as the 2021 recipient of the Laurie Miller Public Service Award, an award given to a Section Leader for excellence in advocating for and/or assisting underserved persons or communities for the public good.