WSJ

Title
Reporter, New York Courts and District Attorney
Details
The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced reporter to cover two of the more high-profile law-enforcement jobs in the nation: the New York Attorney General’s office and the Manhattan District Attorney’s office.

The position, based in New York, resides within the Journal’s Greater New York bureau but reports directly to the chief of the Journal’s law bureau.

The job is fast-paced and varied. The two offices sit at the heart of the state’s vast law-enforcement apparatus and in recent years, have played significant roles in a host of cases with national implications.

The Attorney General has launched investigations or enforcement actions against Google and Facebook for possible antitrust violations, drugmakers over the opioid crisis, and oil companies over climate change.
Created
15 November 2019