Bay Roberts lawyer seeking Liberal Party presidency
Judy Morrow would like to reorganize the Liberal party of Newfoundland and Labrador at the grassroots level.
That’s one of the reasons the Bay Roberts lawyer and long time party organizer is planning to seek the office of party president next month.
As president, Morrow says her goals would also be to “improve the party’s financial position, an draw on the knowledge and skills of our experienced members, while. . attracting new, young and energetic individuals to the party.”
Morrow says she also believes it is important that the provincial party “work closely with the Liberal Party of Canada so that we can advance the interests of the province at the national level.”
Morrow graduated from Memorial University with a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) in 1982 and from Dalhousie Uni- versity in 1985 with a Bachelor of Laws. She served as vicechair of the Board of Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission including chairing its Appeal Board and was also chief adjudicator with the Newfoundland and Labrador Rights Commission for a number of years.
Growing up in Spaniard’s Bay and currently living in Bay Roberts, Morrow has always been an active volunteer in her community serving on town Committees, school councils and youth organizations.
For the past 20 years Morrow and her husband Bill have been practicing law at their firm Morrow and Morrow in Bay Roberts. The couple has two children, Neil 19 and Aaron, 16.
The Liberal Party will elect a new president during its annual general meeting and convention to be held May 2224 at Hotel Gander.