Contacting me can be a bit problematic, as I often shut my phone off for days at a time. Email is your best bet, though my spam filters have an annoying tendency to filter out legitimate messages, while letting through a dozen Russian language spam emails a day.
A few caveats:
1. While I sometimes write on legal issues, I am not a person who can provide expert legal advice, or who can provide help to incarcerated inmates in their efforts to obtain justice.
2. Due to the volume of mail I receive, I am unable to provide help to high school students writing research papers.
3. I heartily wish entrepreneurs luck in their endeavors to launch new webzines or newspapers, but I am at the point in my career where I choose to no longer write for free. If you want to pitch a freelance journalism assignment my way, have checkbook in hand.
Items I am more likely to respond to:
1. Scholars who wish to exchange research ideas, who are looking for research advice, or who are looking for specific citation information.
2. News organizations who are looking for commentary or quotes.
3. Offers for freelance writing or editing (again, I speak the language of revenue).
4. Offers for part-time employment (have degrees, will teach).
Now, if I have not yet offended you, the best email at which to contact me is as follows:
Avoid sending attachments or emails with a bunch of HTML when you first contact me, as that seems to send the spam filters into hyperactive mode.