Vaitiari Rodriguez is an associate with Foley & Lardner LLP and a member of the firm’s Government & Public Policy Practice. She represents clients in regulatory and government relations matters involving employment-based immigrant visa petitions, investment and professional visas, and family-based immigrant visa petitions.
Ms. Rodriguez served as a summer associate in Foley’s Miami office, where she assisted with several litigation matters, drafted discovery documents and motions for a variety of civil cases, and conducted document review of complex manufacturing defect litigation.
Ms. Rodriguez also gained experience as a clinical intern at UC Berkeley, School of Law International Human Rights Law Clinic, where she conducted extensive legal research and analysis of international law and provided strategic legal advice to clients regarding transitional justice in Sri Lanka and gender equality in international judicial and adjudicatory bodies. Prior to that, Ms. Rodriguez held several legal positions in various organizations, including legal intern at the International Human Rights Workshops, student advocate at California Asylum Representation Clinic, and public interest fellow at World Bank’s Integrity Vice Presidency.
Immigration, Nationality & Consular Law
Articles in the National Law Review database by Vaitiari Rodriguez