1. Adam Cohen (born September 18, 1972, in Montreal; the son of Leonard Cohen) is a Canadian musician, singer-songwriter, and frontman of the band Low Millions. As a recording artist, he has released three major label albums, two in English and one in French. Currently residing in Los Angeles, he was signed by Columbia Records in 1997 and achieved some success as a songwriter, co-writing "Lullaby in Blue" later recorded by Bette Midler. His 1998 debut album was well-regarded critically but not commerically. After this he decided to focus on French-language material and was signed to Capitol Records Canada, which released Mélancolista. In 2007, Cohen effectively quit the music business. In 2012 his album,"Like A Man", was released. 2. Adam Cohen (born c. 1962) is an American journalist, lawyer, and former assistant editorial page editor of The New York Times. Cohen graduated from Bronx High School of Science. He obtained his degree from Harvard College and later received his law degree from Harvard Law School where he was the president of the Harvard Law Review. Early in his career, Cohen worked as a public interest lawyer in New York and also for the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Alabama. Cohen used to work as a senior writer for TIME magazine for seven years and was a former member of the New York Times editorial board. He began working for the New York Times in 2002 and his work focused on tech and legal affairs. He currently teaches courses in media and internet law at Yale Law School. He writes a legal column which appears on TIME.com every Monday. Books: "Nothing to Fear: FDR’s Inner Circle and the Hundred Days That Created Modern America" Co-author of "American Pharaoh: Mayor Richard J. Daley, His Battle for Chicago and the Nation" "The Perfect Store: Inside E-Bay"