Ari Melber is an American journalist and currently the Chief Legal Correspondent of MSNBC. He came into this world in the year 1980 and is now of age 36. He belongs to an American nationality.
Melber is originally from the Los Angeles, California, United States. Melber went to get his education from the University of Michigan and then he also got enrolled at the Cornell Law School from where he earned a degree.
At an early age, Melber started to write and study politics and legal issues that were related to his country. He intentionally selected the courses that were distinct and tough for studying. Melber wrote a report about the Organizing for American and he also contributed to several books. His contribution towards American Law Field may be considerably small but he has great potential. Despite his young age, his work at the MSNBC has garnered him a huge reputation within a short period of time.
Previously, Melber had worked for the Senators Maria Cantwell and John Kerry and he had also practiced law and was also an editor of Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy. Melber also used to work for The Center for Constitutional Rights based in New York, United States. Melber has been working day and night for earning a place for himself as a renowned writer, journalist as well as an anchor.
Currently, he is a correspondent for the National and he also writes blogs on the law for other institutions. He has been considered as one of the best writers in the field of politics, legal issues, civil rights, national security etc. His work with the Senator John Kerry and Maria Cantwell was praised by a lot of people. His contribution at Center for Constitution rights has given him immense confidence that is needed to enter the field of journalism and writing. Melber’s writing has been published by The Baltimore Sun, The New York Times, The American Prospect, Politico, The Stranger and few other renowned publishers in the United States.
At present, he hosts a show on the channel which is known as ‘The Cycle’ and he also writes for the MSNBC and other publication in the field of law technology, politics, and other relevant topics. His work as the Chief Legal Correspondent involves covering legal issues, the DOJ, FBI and Supreme Court for both the MSNBC as well as NBC News. In addition to that, Melber is also a substitute host for other shows of MSNBC such as ‘All In With Chris Hayes’, ‘The Rachel Maddow Show’ and ‘The Last Wood With Lawrence O’Donnell’. Melber also serves as a correspondent for the Nation and his writing has also focused on law, organizing, politics, civil rights, and the technology issues. Additionally, he had also made his appearance in Politico, Reuters, and The Atlantic.
Melber is a tall guy with the height of five feet and eleven inches. Besides that, there is no any news found about whether he has already got married or has any girlfriend. More details regarding his bio and TV shows can be obtained from various sources and he can also be followed on Instagram and Twitter.