Scott Fredrick Turow

Born: Apr 12, 1949 AD
Currently alive, at 66 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Novelists

1949 - Born on the 12th of April in Chicago.

1978 - Turow received his Juris Doctor degree from Harvard.

1977 - He published a nonfiction work, One L: What They Really Teach You at Harvard Law School, that is considered a classic for law students.

1987-1990 - His first novel, Presumed Innocent, was written while he was working as an assistant U.S. attorney in Chicago.

1992 - The Burden of Proof.

1993 - The Pleading Guilty.

1996 - Turow's other works include The Laws of Our Fathers, a legal thriller that focuses on the entangled lives of a judge and her peers who came of age.

1997 - Turow also edited the two-volume Guilty as Charged: A Mystery Writers of America Anthology.

1999 - The Personal Injuries.

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