WSJ hires Novak as justice and judiciary editor
Viveca Novak has been hired by The Wall Street Journal as its justice and judiciary editor.
She most recently was investigative editor in the D.C. bureau of McClatchy.
A native of D.C., Novak is on her second tour with the Journal. She covered the Department of Justice for the paper in the mid-1990s before spending more than a decade at Time magazine, followed by tours at the Center for Responsive Politics and FactCheck.org.
She was a recipient of the Goldsmith Award for Investigative Reporting for stories she did on the Bill Clinton campaign finance scandals.