Emily Bazelon Biography
Emily Bazelon is famous American journalist currently working as the staff writer for The New York Times Magazine and as a senior research fellow at Yale Law School. She was born on March 4, 1971in Philadelphia, United Sates and has completed her education from Yale law University. She belongs to White ethnicity and her nationality is American.
Emily Bazelon is a married woman and she is married to her husband Paul Sabin, professor of American studies and history at Yale. The couple is together and happy since their marriage and they are blessed with two sons Eli and Simon. They have not revealed the date of their marriage and currently, Emily lives in New Heaven, Connecticut with her husband and sons.
Emily Bazelon was caught in a controversy after she published an article in New York Times, which defended the decriminalization of minor drug users, pimps, and brothel owners. She was again caught in a controversy after one of her articles was accused of whitewashing the harm done by prostitution, for featuring white sex worker, and for completely ignoring how prostitution has harmed women.
She earns a good amount of salary from her journalism career and lives a quality life along with her husband and sons but the actual figure of her net worth is not outed by the journalist so far.Edit
Born in Philadelphia, United Sates
Emily Bazelon is a famous American journalist who was born in the early 1970sin Philadelphia, United Sates. She was born and she spent her childhood there. Currently, she is working as the staff writer for The New York Times Magazine and as a senior research fellow at Yale Law School.Edit
Joined San Fransico Bay Area
Emily Bazelon started her journalism career by joining San Fransico Bay Area in 1993. She used to work there as the reporter for the company and after a year later she moved to Isreal as a freelance journalist.Edit
Graduated from Yale Law School
Bazelon completed her primary education from Yale Colege, where she used to work as a Managing Editor of The New Journal. After then she joined Yale Law School and graduated from there with a Juris Doctor degree in 2000.Edit
Published her interview with Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The New YoekTimes Magazine published Emily Bazelon interview with United Sates Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in July 2009. In that interview, she discussed with the Supreme Court Justice in the case of view of Roe v. Wade in 1973.Edit
controversy for her publication in New York Times article
In 2016, Emily Bazelon was in controversy because of one of her publication in New York Times article, which defended the decriminalization of johns, pimps and brothel owners used as a means to protect prostituted individuals and she also ignored the effects of prostitution in women.Edit
Working for New York Times Magazine
Emily Bazelon is currently working with the New York Times Magazine as a writer. She has been working with the New York Times Magazine since long and previously she worked as senior editor of Slate. She has written many articles for The New York Times Magazine.Edit
Working for Yale Law School
Besides journalism, Emily Bazelon is currently working at Yale Law School as a senior research scholar in Law and Truman Capote Fellow. She has been working there since long and she has helped in Creative Writing and Law there.Edit