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Aimee Grmoljez, Aimee

Aimee Grmoljez

Crowley Fleck PLLP - Montana
Helena, MT
(406) 449-4165


  • 1998 - J.D., University of Montana School of Law
  • 1994 - B.S., English, Boston College

Professional Experience

Ms. Grmoljez is a Partner and chairs Crowley Fleck’s Government Affairs Department. Since 2001, she has advocated for clients in matters of governmental affairs and litigation. Her practice is focused on strategic advice and advocacy on public affairs, government affairs and procurement. Her work includes consulting, strategy implementation and advocacy. She represents national and state trade associations and Fortune 500 companies before the Montana Legislature and state and local agencies. Ms. Grmoljez joined the Crowley Fleck law firm in 2009 and as a partner specializes in lobbying, procurement and grassroots lobbying.

Ms. Grmoljez is active in the community having chaired the Montana Chamber of Commerce Board and has been on the board since 2010. In addition she has served as Trustee for the Healthcare Section of the Montana State Bar, is an appointed founding member of the Montana Supreme Court’s Access to Justice Commission and the Governor’s Equal Pay Task Force. Ms. Grmoljez was named a Rising Star in the Mountain States edition of Super Lawyers in 2012 and she won the Salute to Women Award in 2016. She joined the board of State Law Resources, an international network of independent law firms that help businesses and public policy trade associations manage both legal and state government relations in 2017. Ms. Grmoljez also previously chaired the Lewis & Clark Community Foundation and on the Montana Women’s Foundation board. Ms. Grmoljez was raised in Billings, Montana and graduated from Boston College in 1994 with a B.S. in English and the University of Montana School of Law in 1998. She clerked for U.S. District Judge Don Molloy in 1999 and served as the Chief Legal Counsel for Governor Marc Racicot from 1999-2001 prior to her working as an advocate for her clients in private practice.

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