Jennifer Freedman is a veteran print journalist who has worked for Bloomberg News, Dow Jones
Newswires and newspapers in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East, covering trade, politics, human
rights and economics. She currently works as a reporter and editor for MLex Market Insight, writing
about World Trade Organization disputes, trade and investment, plurilateral, regional and global trade
talks, and trade in Asia. She also works as a consultant, with clients including United Nations
institutions as well as private companies.
After receiving a bachelor's degree in history from the University of California at Berkeley, Jennifer
earned a master's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri at Columbia as well as a
master's degree in Middle East history from Binghamton University, where she completed doctoral
studies and wrote a dissertation on the history of violence during the pilgrimage to Mecca.
MLex, a unit of LexisNexis, is a subscription-based wire service
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on regulatory developments. MLex clients -- the world’s leading
law firms, corporations, advisory firms and regulators -- rely on
the company's reporting to ensure they are well positioned to take
advantage of the opportunities posed by regulatory change as
well as to mitigate the risks
Offering up-to-the-minute coverage of regulatory threats and opportunities from the perspectives of
M&A, antitrust and trade defense, as well as data privacy and security, the news agency also
specializes in sector-specific regulation across TMT, energy and financial services.