Laura Jarrett Biography
Here is what we know about Laura Jarrett is an American news anchor. She is known for being the anchor of Early Start in CNN. Jarrett was formerly a correspondent based in Washington D.C.
Laura Jarrett Age
Jarrett was born on 29th October 1983. She is currently 37 years old. Jarrett celebrates her birthday on 29th October of every year.
Laura Jarrett Height
Jarrett is a woman of average stature and shape she stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches tall.
Laura Jarrett Family
Jarrett was born to Valerie Jarrett and William. Her mother is a government official and a businesswoman.
Laura Jarrett Husband
Jarrett is married to Tony Balkissoon the two got married in 2012.
Laura Jarrett Salary
Jarrett earns an annual salary of $ 132, 897 dollars. This is from her career as a lawyer and also a reporter.
Laura Jarrett Net worth
Jarrett has an earned an estimated net worth of $ 1 million dollars.
Laura Jarrett Education
Jarrett studied at Harvard Law School.
Laura Jarrett CNN
Jarrett is the host of “Early Start,” which he co-hosts with Christine Romans. Jarrett formerly worked as a Washington, D.C.-based journalist covering the Justice Department and legal topics. Jarrett has covered numerous major legal topics throughout the Trump administration, including the travel ban, migrant family separations at the southwest border, and the sacking of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
In May 2017, she had a key part in breaking the news of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s appointment to supervise the Russia probe, as well as the culmination of his work in March 2019. She also covered the Justice Department Inspector General’s report on the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information as the main correspondent for CNN.Jarrett earned her law degree from Harvard Law School in 2010, where she served as the co-chair of the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender’s Works Selection Committee and published her own articles on the confluence of gender, violence, and the law.
Jarrett worked as an attorney in Chicago before joining CNN. Jarrett’s private practice concentrated on defending firms and individuals in government investigations, as well as complicated commercial litigation, brought by the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Jarrett also spent a lot of time on pro bono matters, such as representing a sex trafficking victim who won her case. Jarrett worked as a law clerk for two federal courts, first for the Honorable Rebecca Pallmeyer of the Northern District of Illinois, and then for the Honorable Ann C. Williams of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago.
Laura Jarrett Child
Jarrett has a son named James Antony Balkissoon, he was born in 2019.