An Evening with Scott Turow
Scott Turow has had a dynamic career as a criminal lawyer, an author of legal thrillers, and a political commentator. His eleven bestselling works of fiction include Presumed Innocent and The Burden of Proof. Turow’s recent Vanity Fair article, “A Crime in Public View,” examined Trump’s motivations in obstructing the Mueller investigation. His latest novel, The Last Trial, concerns a celebrated defense lawyer and his lifelong friend, a Nobel Prize–winning doctor accused of murder.
Turow was interviewed by William Alford, the Jerome and Joan Cohen Professor at Harvard Law School . . . and Scott Turow’s roommate when they both attended Amherst College.
Whether you seek insight into the judicial conundrums facing our country or you just can’t get enough of Turow’s thrillers, you’ll enjoy this conversation with the charming and multi-talented Scott Turow.