Barry Munroe is a retired attorney who spent decades in public service. After earning his law degree at the University of Miami, Barry moved to Tallahassee and became an analyst for the Florida Senate for 25 years. He later worked in the Office of General Counsel at the Agency for Persons with Disabilities. Barry’s legal experience spans numerous practice areas, including health care, business and professional regulation, administrative law, and public records.
Barry also has a long history of volunteering in his community, from facilitating a mental health support group to serving on the Refuge House board of directors. One of his proudest achievements was joining a petition drive that placed a state constitutional amendment on the 2018 ballot. The voters ratified the amendment which resulted in restoring voting rights to thousands of returning citizens, also known as convicted felons.
In addition to serving as a member of the City of Tallahassee’s Citizen Police Review Board, Barry is an active Leaguer and has served multiple terms on the Tallahassee League Board.