Judy Maddigan

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The Honourable
Judy Maddigan
Speaker of the Victorian Legislative Assembly
In office
25 February 2003 – 20 December 2006
Preceded by Alex Andrianopoulos
Succeeded by Jenny Lindell
Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly
for Essendon
In office
30 March 1996 – 26 November 2010
Preceded by Ian Davis
Succeeded by Justin Madden
Personal details
Born Judith Marilyn Todd
(1948-02-03) 3 February 1948 (age 69)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Nationality Australian
Political party Australian Labor Party
Education Tintern Grammar
Alma mater University of Melbourne
Occupation Librarian

Judith Marilyn "Judy" Maddigan (née Todd; born 3 February 1948), Australian politician, was Speaker of the Victorian Legislative Assembly from 2003-2005. She was the member for the seat of Essendon from 1996 to 2010, representing the Australian Labor Party.

Maddigan was born in Melbourne, and was educated at Tintern Grammar and the University of Melbourne. She was a librarian before entering politics. She was the first woman Speaker of the Legislative Assembly.[1]

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Victorian Legislative Assembly
Preceded by
Ian Davis
Member for Essendon
1996–2010
Succeeded by
Justin Madden
Political offices
Preceded by
Alex Andrianopoulos
Speaker of the Victorian Legislative Assembly
2003–2006
Succeeded by
Jenny Lindell