Karen Phung’s broad commercial litigation practice has given her the depth and breadth of experience to take on a variety of cases—from small claims court actions to multi-million dollar claims. Karen has advocated for her clients before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Divisional Court, the Federal Court, and the Ontario Court of Appeal. Her practice is focused on commercial contract disputes, debt recovery and real estate litigation. As a passionate litigator, Karen has extensive experience representing clients at contested motions and trials.

Karen regularly incorporates Legal Project Management (LPM) in her practice, which allows her to deliver cost-effective legal solutions while keeping her clients informed and engaged in all steps of the litigation and budgeting process.

Karen received her Juris Doctorate from Queen’s University in 2012. While in law school, she served as the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Queen’s Law Journal. Today, Karen enjoys giving back to the community as a dedicated member of the Community Outreach Committee of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers, and as a mentor with the Women’s Law Association of Ontario and Stepstones for Youth.

Prior to attending law school, Karen obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science with a double major in biology and English from the University of Toronto. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling and trying new restaurants with her husband.