Juno Legal welcomes two new lawyers
Aimee Sandilands and Caroline Tate join the firm.
Aimee Sandilands has joined as a Juno lawyer and is based in Hawke’s Bay. She is a senior counsel with a career spanning both private practice and in-house legal. Aimee joins Juno from Contact Energy where she was Co-Head of Legal Services and Associate General Counsel. She started her career at Simpson Grierson where she became a Senior Associate before joining Meridian Energy as Legal Counsel. As a Juno Lawyer, Aimee is remotely supporting Todd Corporation as Interim Senior Legal Counsel. She holds an LLB (Hons) and BA from Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington.
Caroline Tate has become a Juno lawyer and is based in Palmerston North. She is an experienced lawyer and people leader with a career that spans both the public and private sector. She joins Juno from Massey University where she was Manager of Legal Services and Research Finance and also Deputy Director, Research Operations. Caroline started her career in private practice as a solicitor with Davis O’Sullivan, Crown Law, Quigg Partners and Cooper Rapley Lawyers. Caroline holds an LLB and BA from Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington and EMBA from Massey University. As a Juno Lawyer, Caroline is remotely supporting Pharmac as their Acting General Counsel.