Mary Sue Greenleaf’s practice focuses on construction, commercial, real estate and insurance litigation. She has experience assisting clients and has been involved in various commercial and civil litigation matters in both state and federal court, including contract disputes, insurance coverage disputes, as well as construction disputes involving construction defect claims, payment disputes, mechanics lien and payment bond claims, and other related issues.
When she is not practicing law, she takes pride and is active in a number of professional and community organizations. Mary Sue is heavily involved with the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, and currently serves as the chair of the Boulder Chapter.
Mary Sue is a graduate of the University of Colorado Law School. While in law school, Mary Sue won the annual Colorado Law Rothgerber Appellate Advocacy Competition, won first place at the Regionals and later advanced to the quarterfinals at the National Finals in the 2013-2014 New York City Bar National Moot Court Competition, and served as the Executive Chair for the Moot Court Division of the law school’s Barristers Council. She was also a member of the Colorado Law Review and actively involved in the Women’s Law Caucus and Sports and Entertainment Law Student Association.
Mary Sue holds an undergraduate degree in journalism, with minors in business and political science from Texas Christian University. She worked as a sportswriter and sports editor of the TCU newspaper during her undergraduate career and was active in various leadership roles on campus and in her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi.