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From high school dropout to High Court appellant to higher ed leader

A small farm on the outskirts of Bacchus Marsh, about halfway between Melbourne and Ballarat, is the birthplace of a self-described 'unlikely entrepreneur'. But it took decades for Alan Manly to get to that point.

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