Roderick Allen DeArment

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Roderick Allen DeArment (March 3, 1948) was nominated to be United States Deputy Secretary of Labor under President George H.W. Bush in 1989.

DeArment graduated from Trinity College (B.A., 1970) and the University of Virginia School of Law (J.D., 1973).

Prior to his service at the Department of Labor, DeArment had been a partner with a law firm in Washington, DC. He was chief of staff for the Senate majority leader, Bob Dole's, office, 1985 - 1986.[1] He has served in several capacities for the Senate Committee on Finance, including chief counsel and staff director, 1983–1984; deputy chief counsel, 1981–1984; and deputy chief minority counsel, 1979 - 1981. From 1973 to 1979, DeArment was an associate in a law firm in Washington, DC.

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  1. ^ Clarity, James F.; Weaver Jr., Warren (26 January 1986). "Another Capital Lawyer". The New York Times. Retrieved 10 August 2010. 

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The Library of President George H.W. Bush