Wednesday 20 Mar 2013 6:59 p.m.
One of New Zealand's most respected journalists, Linda Clark retired from journalism in 2006 to retrain as a lawyer and now works for Chapman Tripp.
Linda’s 20-year journalism career included seven years as TVNZ’s political editor, hosting current affairs shows Crossfire and Face the Nation, National Radio's Nine to Noon programme and editing Grace magazine. She has covered eight elections, most recently as part TV3's election specials in 2008 and 2011, and hosted TVNZ7 legal show, The Court Report.
Linda’s work has won numerous awards in print, television and radio, including the Qantas Award for Best Current Affairs Story, the Qantas Award for Best News Reporting, the Asia 2000 prize for journalism, and in 2000 she was named Magazine Editor of the Year. Linda is Deputy Chairperson of the NZ Organisation for Rare Diseases (NZORD).