Turow Scott

Turow  Scott

Presumed Innocent, Innocent, Ordinary Heroes, The Weight of Evidence, Reversible Mistakes, and Limits are among Scott Turow's internationally bestselling novels. One L, his first-year law school journal, and Ultimate Punishment, which he published after serving on the Illinois panel that studied the death penalty's administration and impacted Governor George Ryan's unusual commute of the sentences of 164 death row inmates on his last day in office, are among his nonfiction writings. The Robert F. Kennedy Award went to Extreme Punishment. The Kennedy Book Prize is given to the best book published in the United States He is a partner at SNR Denton (previously Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal) and resides outside of Chicago.