Aimee Dartnall

Solicitor
Aimee Dartnall

Aimee has a Bachelor of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in politics, from the University of Otago. She worked in local government advising on alcohol regulation, before joining Franks Ogilvie in early 2018.

Aimee has expertise in local government regulations, with specialist knowledge of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 as the former Secretary to District Licensing Committees in Wellington.

She is also experienced in public and administrative law, Incorporated Societies administration and governance (constitution amendments, creating disciplinary procedures), and company governance (creating procurement policies, funding policies, standard contract templates) and admin (advising on reporting requirements).

Aimee has worked with trusts, Resource Management Act issues, and has growing expertise in litigation.

Aimee
in the news
October 4, 2019

Franks Ogilvie solicitor Aimee Dartnell’s wrote for Stuff.co.nz on how the special licensing regime for the Rugby World Cup should be extended. Click here to read the article.

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