August 12, 2021
Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli congratulates Kansas City Co-Office Managing Partner Mary Jane Judy for her selection to the Kansas City Business Journal’s 2021 class of “Women Who Mean Business.” 

Judy is one of 25 businesswomen honored in this year’s Women Who Mean Business class, a program now in its 22nd year of recognizing leading businesswomen in the region. 

In addition to her role as Co-Managing Partner overseeing the firm’s largest office in Kansas City, Mo., Judy is an accomplished real estate shareholder who focuses her practice on complex real estate transactions. She specializes in leading teams of lawyers on large portfolio transactions, from dozens to hundreds of properties. She also advises health care clients on unique regulatory issues related to their real estate holdings.

Judy is widely known for her civic engagement and community involvement as a longtime servant leader on behalf of numerous regional organizations. She serves as a board member for the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, and is Vice-Chair of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Executive Women’s Leadership Council. Judy serves on the Board of the Committee for County Progress and the University of Missouri School of Law Tigers Scholarship. She is the president of the Kansas City, Mo. Parks and Recreation Board, and provides stewardship for the National World War I Museum and Memorial as a member of the Board of Trustees and Buildings and Grounds committee.

The Kansas City Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business program recognizes candidates who are either entrepreneurs, top-ranking corporate women in the Kansas City region or partners leading a practice group or serving on an executive committee.