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Martin Leigh PC Announces Addition of New Partner

KANSAS CITY, MO (August 31, 2017) – Martin Leigh PC is proud to announce Susan (“Susie”) P. DeCoursey as the Firm’s newest partner.

Susie joined the firm in April of 2016 in the commercial litigation department and has exceeded both the expectations of her fellow colleagues and her client base. In addition to her professional efforts, Susie is dedicated to her Kansas City community serving as Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Wildwood Outdoor Education Center, sitting on the Board of Directors for Happy Bottoms diaper bank, and being an active member in The Central Exchange, Junior League of Kansas City, MO, Chi Omega Greater Kansas City Alumnae Association, and the Belles of the American Royal.

“Susie has had a remarkable 20-year career in the Kansas City area and her expertise has strengthened the core of our litigation department. Professionally she has exceeded every expectation we could have had, giving our clients what they need the most: results. Personally, she has proven to be an effective and strong leader, bringing out the best in our team and constantly seeking ways to grow and engage positively with everyone around her.” – Tom Fritzlen, President.

Susie received her Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law and is admitted to practice in Missouri and Kansas. For more information about Susie or Martin Leigh PC, please visit our website at

About Martin Leigh PC

Since 1989, Martin Leigh PC has been a full service business law firm. Our smaller, smarter approach gives our clients the full power of an exceptional legal team, without over-lawyering, pretense or arrogance. We help our clients quickly resolve issues related to creditors’ rights, banking, litigation, real estate, title insurance defense, foreclosure, bankruptcy, construction law, employment law, and privacy and data security.

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