|About Miriam E Rocah|
|Birth||July 28, 1970|
|Spouse||David Brian Anders m. Jan 13, 2007|
|Address||Scarsdale, New York|
|Alumni||Harvard University, New York University School of Law|
|Awards||2016 Women In Federal Law Enforcement Leadership Award|
|Works For||Co-chief of White Plains Division (April 2010-till now), Criminal Justice Fellow at Pace Law School, Legal Analyst at NBC News and MSNBC|
|Worked as||Assistant United States Attorney in Southern District of New York (2001-2017)|
|Served as||Southern District’s Chief of the organized crime and Racketeering Unit|
|Served as||Chief of the General Crimes and Narcotics Units|
Mimi Rocah serves as a legal analyst at NBC News and MSNBC. She comes from a vast background of law.
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She was born Miriam E Rocah on July 28, 1970, which makes her age to be 48. In 1992, Rocah graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in American History, magna cum laude. In 1997, Rocah graduated magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from New York University School of Law.
Start of Mimi Rocah’s Career
After completing her studies, Rocah has worked as a litigation associate at the law company Cravath, Swain and Moore. Rocah has clerked for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, John Gleeson and United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, Chester J. Straub.
From February 2001 till October 2017, Rocah worked as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York. While working in the profile, she has prosecuted and tried several cases that includes many high profile crime cases.
She has served as the “Southern District’s Chief of the organized crime and Racketeering Unit, as well as Chief of the General Crimes and Narcotics Units.”
Since April 2012, Rocah is the Co-Chief of the White Plains Division. Besides, handling cases in the White Plains Division, Rocah has also worked as primary liaison with many law enforcement agencies and other offices on cases relating to White Plains Division.
Moreover, she has coordinated and co-chaired multi-county task forces on issues like human trafficking.
For her hard work and determination, Rocah received the 2016 Women In Federal Law Enforcement Leadership Award. Currently, Rocah is a Criminal Justice Fellow at Pace Law School.
She is also a Legal Analyst at NBC News and MSNBC. In 2018, MSNBC tweeted that Rocah will be joining the NBC and MSNBC family as legal analyst. Rocah was very much excited to be a part of the team.
Mimi Rocah’s Happily Married With Two Kids
Rocah walked down the aisle with David Brian Anders on January 13, 2007. The couple has been married for 11 years now and is blessed with two kids, a daughter, and a son.
Anders graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 1994. David is an officer of the Board of Directors at the Fordham Law School Alumni Association. He is a director of the Fund for Modern Courts.
Rocah and her husband Anders have their career in common. Both of them are from a law background. From September 1998 to December 2005, Anders was an assistant United States attorney for the Southern District of New York. There is a possibility that both of them met each other there. Currently, Anders works at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz in New York.
Currently, she lives in Scarsdale, New York with her husband and kids.