Ailsa Chang's Advice to Young Journalists

 Ailsa Chang accepting the duPont-Columbia Award in 2012 for WNYC's reporting on NYPD misconduct.

Ailsa Chang accepting the duPont-Columbia Award in 2012 for WNYC's reporting on NYPD misconduct.

"I thought I had figured it out, the hard part was over, I decided 'I'm not going to be a lawyer, I'm going to be a journalist."

In this quickie episode, NPR Congressional Correspondent Ailsa Chang joins Abi for a conversation on her transition from law to journalism and her best interviewing techniques.

Chang won a duPont Award in 2012 for her two-part investigative series on allegations of illegal searches and unlawful marijuana arrests by the New York City Police Department.

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