Sue graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law in 2012, where she was Executive Editor of Law Review and a member of the Phi Delta Phi honors fraternity. During law school, Sue worked as a judicial intern at the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri for Chief Judge Fernando Gaitan. After graduating, Sue began a three-year judicial clerkship at the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District for Judge Gary Witt. In 2015, Sue went into private practice in Kansas City where she litigated class actions, banking matters, medical malpractice and mass tort actions. In 2017, she began litigating on behalf of the State of Kansas, and then served as litigation counsel to a non-profit legal foundation where she focused on constitutional and election law litigation. She has co-authored amicus briefs filed in election law cases throughout the country, including briefs filed in the Supreme Court of the United States. She is admitted to practice law in Missouri and Kansas, and in numerous federal district and appellate courts.
My passion is to help people by offering them hope and resolution during difficult situations. I believe that each of us has something to offer the world and so we should do our best to use our talents and skills to assist those who cross our path. Practical and compassionate guidance is what everyone needs at some point in life, so I strive to offer that to my clients. Often legal issues become personal issues that greatly affect the health and well-being of everyone involved in a dispute which is why we work hard to bring a positive resolution as quickly as possible. Understanding that lawsuits produce anxiety and uncertainty helps me to treat clients the way I would want to be treated in a stressful situation. For that reason, I try to communicate timely and clearly to keep clients apprised of activity in their cases because uncertainty produces fear. We aim to treat others the way we want to be treated- with respect and genuine concern. Being able to effectively represent someone in court is not only a large responsibility, it is also a source of great contentment for me.