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Scott, Jennifer (1956 - )

Born
28 March 1956
Occupation
Lawyer and Solicitor

Summary

Jennifer Scott is active in her local community and represented the Liberal Party in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly elections for the Blue Mountains in 1995 and 1999. She was President of the Hills Young Liberals 1972-75, and has been a delegate to State Convention 1993-, State Council 1994-, and on the State Executive of the Liberal Party 1996-7. Jennifer is actively involved in the Cancer Support Group Fundraising in her area and is a member of the Springwood Palliative Care Unit. She is married with two daughters and has completed a B.A., B.Legal Studies at Macquarie University and Certificates in Mediation at Bond University & UTS.

Sources used to compile this entry: http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/23991/20020827/www.nsw.liberal.org.au/candidates (accessed 1 April 2005); Blue Mountains Gazette, 10 March 1999; http://disputeresolvers.com.au/resolver/jennifer-scott/ (accessed 14 September 2016).

Annette Alafaci

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