Lever joins Law360 as a general assignment reporter
Emily Suzanne Lever has joined Law360 as a general assignment reporter on the legal industry desk.
Previously, she was a blogger at Gothamist.com writing three local news stories a day, covering food, the arts, crime, policy and offbeat stories. She has also interned at The Daily Star and Norwood News.
Lever was also a multimedia editor at AFP and has served as an associate editor at The Literary Show Project and as a fact-checker at Bookforum. She was also a research associate at Endeavor and held the post of editorial intern at The New Press.
She has also worked as a copywriter at Dyer Harris LLP and as a language consultant at ABC News. Lever was also a research assistant at Freedom House and has interned on the French desk, English desk, science and multimedia at AFP.
She was also a policy intern at Progressive Policy Institute and worked as an assistant to the bureau chief at Reporters Without Borders.
Lever earned her bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and her master’s degree from Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.