Jessica Klein is a journalist covering intimate partner and domestic violence, blockchain technology, and sex work (among other things). Outlets including The Atlantic, The New York Times, The Guardian, and Fortune have published her work, and she writes a monthly column for the National Bulletin on Domestic Violence Prevention.
In 2016, she coauthored Abetting Batterers: What Police, Prosecutors, and Courts Aren’t Doing to Protect America’s Women, updated in 2020. With The Fuller Project, she’s reported on how intimate partner abusers weaponize the U.S. court system and the obstacles Indigenous abuse survivors face when it comes to voting confidentially in U.S. elections.
Recent reporting by Jessica:
How a little-known legal loophole punishes girls who don’t behave – The Fuller Project
‘Women are routinely discredited’: How courts fail mothers and children who have survived abuse – The Guardian
‘We Need To Study Women’: Traumatic Brain Injury in Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence – The Fuller Project