LGBT attorney and Radio Host Chris Oaks discuss the recent SCOTUS decision and how not too long ago, the fight to be married could stretch across states.
LGBT attorney Angela Giampolo and Radio Host Jimmy Barrett discuss the recent supreme court decision.
LGBT attorney, Angela Giampolo and talk show radio host Brian Joyce discuss a recent event where a hardware store owner placed a “NO GAYS ALLOWED” sign in his window and how we are entering an era reminiscent of pre-1964.
LGBT Attorney Angela Giampolo and Radio Host Jack Harris discuss the recent SCOTUS ruling on marriage equality live on 970 WFLA’s AM TAMPA BAY.
After the SCOTUS ruling on marriage equality last week, there have been many celebrations (and rightly so), but there’s also a sense of “what’s next?” that’s beginning to come into play. With some states still resistant to handing out marriage licences and political hopefuls running on the platform of religious freedom, some might be wondering just what’s the next phase of the LGBTIQA civil rights fight as far as the right to marry is concerned.
LGBT attorney, Angela Giampolo and Jane Velez-Mitchell – TV journalist join MidPoint to discuss the next fight for Gay Rights – bias in jobs and housing.
U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizes gay marriage. Analysis with Attorney Angela Giampolo on WABC 77 w/ Geraldo Rivera.
Here is our interview with Philadelphia based lawyer Angela D. Giampolo. She is the founder of PhillyGayLawyer.com and Giampolo Law Group whose practice focuses on, among LGBT law, corporate transactions, civil rights, employment discrimination, real estate, domestic and international adoptions, and estates. We spoke with her about the SCOTUS decision and what we can expect to happen now.
In the midst of an impromptu rally June 26 on Philadelphia’s Independence Mall, attorney Angela Giampolo watched two of her clients with tears of joy streaming down their faces.
It was just a few Valentine’s Days ago that Giampolo, known to many as Philly Gay Lawyer, gave clients Charlie and Joe the closest thing they could get to a marriage—a will.