WSJ reporter Levin leaves for Yale Law School
Ned Levin, a reporter in The Wall Street Journal’s Istanbul bureau, has left the paper to attend Yale Law School.
Levin’s last day was Friday.
He previously covered politics and finance in Hong Kong for the Journal.
“I’ve been very fortunate to have a succession of kickass editors, mentors and colleagues, far too many to thank here,” said Levin on Twitter.
Levin has worked at the paper since 2014 and holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University.
Today is my last day at The Wall Street Journal (and one of my last in Turkey). On to new adventures in democracy at Yale Law School.
— Ned Levin (@nedlevin) August 11, 2017