Aimee McVeigh – Director

Aimee is a qualified Lawyer, has a Masters of International and Public Law and a degree in Communications. She has worked across private, government and non-government sectors in Australia, the United States of America and the Philippines and has worked extensively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in both remote and urban settings.

In 2013 Aimee established her own consultancy – McVeigh Law. Among other things McVeigh Law has been contracted by Caxton Legal Centre to edit the 12th edition of the Queensland Law Handbook, by Mamre Association to provide legal workshops for families who have children with disability and by Micah Projects to develop a submission to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and a practice guide for advocates working with survivors of child sexual abuse. Aimee has also been contracted by the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples to undertake research and produce a report integrating a gender perspective in the examination of the impact of extractive industries on indigenous people throughout the world.