Would your news coverage, article, blog post, or program be better with legal commentary from a practicing immigration attorney in Boston?
If so, I can help. Whether you want a quick take on a recent event or in-depth discussion on an immigration-related topic, I can add some legal color commentary to your coverage or other piece of journalism. I can be brief or detailed.
Attorneys aren’t exactly in short supply, so it’s possible you already have a source of soundbites and quotes. But it’s also possible that you’re looking for a very specific “angle.” As an American, a Bostonian, the daughter of immigrants, a Latina, one who spent significant time in Puerto Rico, a business owner, and an immigration attorney who opened a practice in this decade (the ‘20s), I may have a different perch from other attorneys’. That may be irrelevant to most stories, or it may be just what you’re looking for.
Any medium works for me. Whether it’s a phone or Zoom call, an email, or an in-person interview here in Boston, I can provide commentary or analysis, and can do so on reasonably short notice.
In case you are looking for examples: I was interviewed and quoted by The Boston Globe for this article on the Martha’s Vineyard migrant flights. Also, here’s a longer-form example of how I appear on paper, here’s a podcast interview I did, and you can check out my YouTube channel if you’d like to hear my voice in a solo setting.
You can contact me, Boston immigration attorney Giselle M. Rodriguez, and I would be glad to contribute to your coverage or piece. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-410-3762.
NOTE: contributing to your coverage or story does not constitute legal advice, and our discussion does not establish an attorney-client relationship.