In this study, we propose a novel multi-modal end-to-end neural approach for automated assessment of non-native English speakers' spontaneous speech using attention fusion. The pipeline employs Bi-directional Recurrent Convolutional Neural Networks and Bi-directional Long Short-Term Memory Neural Networks to encode acoustic and lexical cues from spectrograms and transcriptions, respectively. Attention fusion is performed on these learned predictive features to learn complex interactions between different modalities before final scoring. We compare our model with strong baselines and find combined attention to both lexical and acoustic cues significantly improves the overall performance of the system. Further, we present a qualitative and quantitative analysis of our model.