The difference between lawyers and journalists

Lawyering and journalism are different. One is about advocacy, where the search for facts is designed to find support for a narrative in the client's interest.

Lawyering and journalism are different. One is about advocacy, where the search for facts is designed to find support for a narrative in the client’s interest.

The other is to find the story that the facts tell and present that story in a fair and balanced and interesting way.

The tools used by lawyers and journalists have many similarities, but there are big differences.

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