Emily Bazelon is a prominent American journalist who currently works as a staff writer at The New York Times Magazine. Again, she also serves at Yale Law School as a senior research fellow. However, she works as co-host of Political Gabfest, the Slate podcast. Previously, she served at Slate as a senior editor.
Her career as a writer aims at family issues, law, and women. Furthermore, she has written twain national bestsellers published by Penguin Random House. This includes Charged: Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy (2013): The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and End Mass Incarceration (2019) and Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying.
Emily Bazelon Age
Emily Bazelon was born on Mar 4, 1971, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. She is 51 years old.
Emily Bazelon Height
Emily stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 5 inches ( Approximately 1.65 meters).
Emily Bazelon Family
Emily was born to her mother, Eileen, and her father, Richard, in the USA. Her dad was an attorney while her, Eileen was a psychiatrist. Again, she has three sisters, Lara Bazelon, Jill Bazelon, and Dana Bazelon.
Emily Bazelon Husband
Emily has happily married wife to her handsome husband, Paul Sabin. Paul is a professor of history and American studies at Yale University. As a duo, they share two children. The duo is blessed with two great sons.
Emily Bazelon Education
Emily schooled at a local high school. Belatedly, she attended Yale University to advance her studies and thereafter graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Juris Doctor also known as a Doctor of Law or Doctor of Jurisprudence.
Emily Bazelon Salary
She receives an annual salary of $89,948 and this is according to The New York Times anchors’\reporters’ salaries.
Emily Bazelon Net Worth
Emily has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars. Her career as a staff writer at The New York Times is the primary source of her income.
Emily Bazelon Career
As of now, she is the staff writer for New York Times Magazine. Her function as a writer focuses on family, women, and law issues. She has been a contributing writer to The Times Magazine since she officially joined in the year 2007. In 2016 she authored an article on the legalization of prostitution scrutinizing the decriminalization of Pimps, brothel owners, and johns as a way of protecting sex workers.
Emily is also a senior research scholar for Creative Writing and Law at Yale Law School in Law and Truman Capote Fellow. Again, she is affiliated with the Law and Media Program of Yale Law School.