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Governmental & 
Legislative Relations

Overview

Keegan Werlin provides a wide range of advocacy services to clients in legislative, state and municipal agency matters. Our attorneys advise clients on Massachusetts laws that regulate business and industry; lobbying, ethics, and campaign finance; government procurement; and the promulgation of regulations.

 

Keegan Werlin possesses extensive experience representing clients in diverse projects requiring federal, state and local representation and advocacy.  Our attorneys’ experiences working with members of the Massachusetts Legislature and serving in the Commonwealth’s executive branch has allowed our governmental relations professionals to develop key contacts throughout Massachusetts.

State and Legislative Advocacy

Keegan Werlin’s legislative practice is tailored to meet the particular needs of the individual client.  Among the attorneys at the firm, two attorneys are registered lobbyists with significant experience advocating on behalf of client interests in advancing ideas, goals and objectives into legislation.  Additionally, our attorneys assist clients with developing outreach plans to achieve success before various state agencies as they propose regulatory actions that affect their interests.

 

As legislative advocates, Keegan Werlin works with our clients to develop and implement strategic plans to influence legislative initiatives of interest to a particular client.  We coordinate outreach to key legislators, organizations and associations to secure a broad base of support.  Our legislative tracking and monitoring services can also provide clients with invaluable “eyes and ears” at the State House.

Municipal Advocacy

At the local level, KW’s attorneys have extensive knowledge from working with municipal officials on project-related issues and local permitting.  Skilled in all facets of municipal representation, KW’s attorneys have appeared before more than 50 communities across the Commonwealth on a wide range of client issues.