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Brigitte Morten

Brigitte is a Director at Franks Ogilvie, a commercial and public law firm in Wellington.

She has more than a decade of experience working in politics across Australia and New Zealand. She has a Bachelor of Law from Victoria University, a Masters of Law from the Australian National University, and a Graduate Certificate in Counter-Terrorism from Interdisciplinary Center (Israel).

Brigitte spent three years providing political and media advice to the Embassy of Israel in Australia, while dealing with a number of high-profile diplomatic events. She worked as a senior adviser in state politics and worked on a number of Australian state and federal election campaigns. Brigitte was a chief of staff to an Australian senator, before returning home to be the senior ministerial adviser to the Minister of Education in the last National government.

Brigitte Morten's Articles

Blue rinse brigade backs perennial politician

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Wed, 30 Aug 2023

Labour policy bonfire scorches its own manifesto

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Wed, 23 Aug 2023

Getting the gist of GST

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Wed, 16 Aug 2023

Ron Mark’s the Carterton council spot

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Wed, 09 Aug 2023

Act’s surprising Oranga Tamariki proposals prompt scrutiny

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Wed, 02 Aug 2023

Parker’s revenue exit highlights Labour’s winter of discontent

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Wed, 26 Jul 2023

Ramifications of Australian public servant accountability report

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Thu, 20 Jul 2023

The end is nigh: election less than 100 days away

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Wed, 12 Jul 2023

Greens’ pledge to renters politics at its worst

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Wed, 05 Jul 2023

National puts Labour on back foot with law and order

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Wed, 28 Jun 2023

Signed, sealed, delivered... you’re ours, NZ Post

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Wed, 21 Jun 2023

Fragile constitutional framework conventions contravened

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Wed, 14 Jun 2023
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