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Emma Broder

Emma Broder is a legal assistant at Mizrahi Law. She attended the University of Chicago, where she studied U.S. History with an emphasis on race, gender, and class in 20th century U.S. culture. She served as Editor-in-Chief of the student-run newspaper, The Chicago Maroon, where she managed a large staff. While serving as Editor, she initiated the practice of paying students for their creative work and successfully pitched the idea to the board of the newspaper. She also wrote for and edited The Maroon’s sister long-form magazine, Grey City.

After graduating in 2015, she was a bookseller at two of New York City’s most beloved bookstores: The Strand and Unnameable Books. Following this, Emma moved to Los Angeles and worked for an educational consulting company as a curriculum author and writing tutor for high school students.

Emma has held internships at Yale University Press, Teachers & Writers Collaborative, and Breakthrough Collaborative. She has volunteered for several campaigns and organizations focusing on education, healthcare, and prisoners’ rights.