Aga (Pinette) Dixon is a member of the School Law Group and the Public Finance Group, focusing her practice on school borrowing and budgets, bond issuance, and school reorganization matters.
Before joining the firm, Aga clerked for the Honorable Ellen A. Gorman of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. While in law school, she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Maine Law Review, overseeing the journal’s publications and hosting a national food law colloquium. She was the recipient of the Edward S. Godfrey Leadership Award, the Maine Law Alumni Association Award, and the Robert & Patricia Switzer Foundation fellowship.
As a former land use planner, Aga coordinated regulatory reviews of significant and controversial development projects for the Maine Land Use Planning Commission, including a five-year administrative review of the largest land development and conservation proposal in Maine’s history.
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