PSEA represents a group of professionals who have dedicated their careers to ensuring our children have the best education possible. I am humbled to receive their support of my candidacy.
West Chester, PA (PRWEB) October 24, 2015
Julia Malloy-Good was recently “recommended” by the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA). A recommendation is the same as an endorsement.
“I am grateful and honored to be endorsed by the PSEA,” Malloy-Good said. “Our education system is vital to Chester County’s success, and PSEA represents a group of professionals who have dedicated their careers to ensuring our children have the best education possible. I am humbled to receive their support of my candidacy.”
This endorsement follows the unanimous endorsement by the Chester County Chiefs of Police in September and the July 2015 results of the Judicial Evaluation plebiscite vote by her peers in the Chester County Bar Association, in which they voted Malloy-Good the highest rating of “Qualified” for the second time. She is the only candidate to have received this designation. Malloy-Good was also just named a 2015 Top Lawyer by Main Line Today.
Malloy-Good has more than thirty years of legal experience in all aspects of the law including as an advocate, mediator and arbitrator. She recently spent four years working in Chester County Family Court as a special master for complex support, hearing cases and making evidentiary decisions. Malloy-Good would bring her legal and volunteer experience to the position of judge. She has served as the president of the Chester County Bar Association, on the Malvern Borough Planning Commission, and on the boards of the Chester County Bar Association, Maternal and Child Health Consortium and West Chester Area Senior Center.
“My reasons for seeking this job are simple,” Malloy-Good said. “I want to give back to the Chester County community that has given me so much by using the knowledge and skills I have developed over the years. I will continue to serve the citizens of Chester County as a fair and impartial trier of fact, serving with a listening ear, knowledge of the law and an open mind.”