Eva Rodriguez
Eva Rodriguez
Editorial Writer

Eva Rodriguez is an editorial writer, specializing in legal affairs, and a contributor to the PostPartisan blog. She joined The Post in 2007 after serving as Washington bureau chief for BusinessWeek. She began her career with the Miami Daily Business Review, where she covered courts and business. She spent 10 years with Legal Times, a Washington-based weekly newspaper, as a Supreme Court and federal courts reporter before becoming executive editor and then editor in chief. She has covered local politics for the Miami Herald and the Justice Department for the Wall Street Journal, and she worked as an editor in the Washington bureau of the New York Times. She lives in the Washington suburbs with her partner and two sons.

Latest by Eva Rodriguez

Meryl Streep on Margaret Thatcher

Meryl Streep on Margaret Thatcher

The Academy Award winner recalls the life of the former British Prime Minister.

Brazil’s Fernando Cardoso talks about the tea party and Europe’s crisis

Brazil’s Fernando Cardoso talks about the tea party and Europe’s crisis

Fernando Henrique Cardoso, 80, spoke with the Style section about the tea party, the economic crisis in Europe and how he became “the accidental president of Brazil.”

Many controversial rulings, but few tragedies

Many controversial rulings, but few tragedies

The country has experienced its share of presumably earth-shattering decisions before without catastrophic consequences.

Son of segregated region is a Supreme Court victor

Son of segregated region is a Supreme Court victor

Bryan Stevenson, who won two landmark Supreme Court cases striking down mandatory life sentences for juveniles, talks about the passion that fuels his career.