Lawyers Who Became Writers: Scott Turow

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What is a creative lawyer to do? Perhaps write fiction. Scott Turow does just that. He has written 10 fiction and two nonfiction books, all selling over 25 million copies. His first book, Presumed Innocent, has been translated into more than 20 languages, and it was made into a major motion picture. You can read about Mr. Turow and others in the Law Library’s legal fiction and DVD collections by accessing the Law, Lawyers & Popular Culture Collections website.