Alexis Fung Chen Pen is an associate with Wright Kim Douglas. Ms. Fung Chen Pen attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law and received her juris doctorate in 2015. As a law student, she wrote for the Thomas Jefferson Law Review and published a piece proposing criminal sanctions for distribution of nonconsensual pornography. Prior to joining Wright Kim Douglas, she spent three years as a law clerk with the Orange County Public Defender’s Office, where she primarily worked on appeals and felony trials for indigent clients. Additionally, she wrote many successful motions advocating for dismissals of clients’ prior convictions.
Ms. Fung Chen Pen received her Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Mathematics, with a minor in Political Science, from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). While at UCLA, she received her first exposure to and interest in the practice of law through an internship with Ross & Morrison, a boutique employment litigation firm. Outside the practice of law, she is very active in her church and the Pacific Islander community and enjoys studying photography.
Ms. Fung Chen Pen is admitted to practice law in all California state courts and is a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association.