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Sharon W Ng


Stinson LLP

Sharon Ng is a partner at Stinson LLP and is a member of the firm's Labor, Employment & Employee Benefits Practice Division. She has established and developed a robust employment law and litigation practice. She also is chair of the firm's Native American Law & Tribal Governance practice group. A strategic thinker and careful and active listener, Sharon has a business acumen that empowers her clients with the time, information and creative solutions and strategies to advance their business goals.

Sharon is an integral part of Stinson's diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. For nearly four years, she co-chaired Stinson's Attorneys of Color Employee Resource Group where she worked to ensure attorneys of color have the resources and support needed to succeed in their practice while working in an inclusively welcoming space to foster a sense of belonging and fuel business development efforts. She served on the firm's Diversity and Inclusion Committee and was a founding member of the firm's Phoenix Diversity and Inclusion Council.

Sharon’s involvement with various legal profession associations and organizations in Arizona is a reflection of her unyielding and extraordinary commitment to her clients, the communities she inhabits and Arizona's legal profession. She is a member of the Arizona State Bar Association where she has served as Chair of the Council on Women and Minorities in the Law and Vice Chair of the Civil Practice and Procedures Rules Committee. From April 2022 to April 2023, Sharon served as the President of the Arizona Asian American Bar Association. She is also a volunteer mentor with the Sandra Day O'Connor School of Law's Advanced Scholars Program, which is comprised of first-generation-first-year law students.

She is a frequent speaker and has led numerous trainings on unconscious bias and diversity in the law and in the workplace.