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Robert Dean (Australian politician)

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Robert Logan Dean (born 31 October 1952) Australian politician is a former member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly. Early life and education Dean obtained a Doctor of Laws from the University of Melbourne. After graduating and before entering politics, Dean worked as a lawyer. Career In 1992, Dean, a long-time Liberal Party activist, obtained preselection for the marginal Labor Party seat of Berwick; and, in the wake of the 1992 Kennett landslide, he easily defeated former Treasurer Robert Jolly. After the re-election of the Kennett government in 1996 Dean was promoted to the position of Parliamentary Secretary for Justice which he held until the Liberals lost government at the 1999 election. Despite being associated with the forces opposed to Denis Napthine's leadership, Dean was promoted to shadow cabinet after the election serving as shadow Attorney-General and shadow minister for Aboriginal Affairs. In 2001, a redistribution carried out by the Victorian E
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