Decker Jones Shareholder Leslie Hunt appointed to Board of Trustees at Ronald McDonald House

Fort Worth, TX – Decker Jones, P.C. Shareholder Leslie L. Hunt has been appointed to serve on the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth Board of Trustees.

Since 1981, The Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth has provided a “home-away-from-home” for families of children who are receiving medical treatment in local hospitals.

“It’s important to me to do work that positively impacts others,” Hunt said. “I am honored and excited to be invited to join the group of individuals responsible for fulfilling the mission of the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth. This organization brings happiness to families at a time when they need it most.”

At Decker Jones, P.C., Hunt is committed to exceeding expectations for her clients. Her law practice focuses on Employment Law, Commercial Litigation and Estate & Probate. She has been with the firm more than 10 years.

Hunt was named Outstanding Young Lawyer of Fort Worth and Tarrant County by the Fort Worth – Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association in 2011 and was named a “40 Under 40” selection by the Fort Worth Business Press that same year.

While studying at Baylor Law, Hunt received the Loy M. Simpkins Award for Excellence in Marital Property Studies, was part of the winning team of the Bob & Karen Wortham Mock Trial Competition and was a member of the Order of the Barristers.

Hunt received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Westminster College in Fulton, MO. She is an active member of the Junior League of Fort Worth and a pro bono volunteer for Tarrant County Volunteer Attorney Services.

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