New spokesperson for civil liberties

Dean Prail will be CLA’s new official spokesperson, President Dr Kristine Klugman announced today. “I am very pleased he’s prepared to take on this important role of communicating about liberties, rights and responsibilities through the media,” she said.

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Tuesday 18 March 2008

New spokesperson for civil liberties

Dean Prail will be CLA’s new official spokesperson, President Dr Kristine Klugman announced today.

“I am very pleased he’s prepared to take on this important role of communicating about liberties, rights and responsibilities through the media,” she said.

“Dean represents Australians with young familes, who are concerned about civil liberty issues and what sort of society their children will grow up into.

“Older people remember earlier battles for liberties and rights – younger people are discovering how easily governments can take rights away if we are not always on the look-out.

“Dean heads a Canberra law firm, dealing in the compensation field,” Dr Klugman said.

“He is studying for his Masters in Law, but also brings with him invaluable life-learning and a practical mindset from his first career as an electrician.”

He is married (to Vanessa), and they have one son, with another child expected soon.

CLA’s former spokesperson, Max Jeganathan, has taken on a new role as a ministerial adviser and is now unable to speak publicly on behalf of CLA.

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