National Law Journal seeks regulatory reporter
National Law Journal seeks a federal regulatory and enforcement reporter.
The National Law Journal-Legal Times is looking for an experienced, groundbreaking reporter to cover federal regulatory and enforcement agencies, including but not limited to the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for and deep understanding of how corporate and legal interests are impacted by these agencies, and how their work impacts the public. We also want someone who understands the players and politics of these agencies, although this is not a political reporting position. We are seeking a versatile team player who can work quickly on deadline, break news, and also deliver thoughtful analyses aimed at our sophisticated readership.
- At least three years’ reporting experience (please note this is not an entry-level position).
- Special interest in and experience with covering federal regulation and/or enforcement agencies, corporate and business law, and the law.
- Strong reporting and writing skills are a must.
- A collaborative colleague who is willing to pitch in occasionally on breaking stories and special reports not necessarily on the beat.
- This position is based in Washington, D.C., office. The National Law Journal is an online daily publication with a weekly print edition.
To apply, go here.