Acclaimed novelist and attorney Scott Turow will be joining us next Tuesday to discuss his new work Limitations as well as other work from his storied career. Limitations began life as a serial story in the Sunday New York Times Magazine (available from http://www.nytimes.com for TimesSelect subscribers) and has been collected into a single paperback, available at bookstores or Amazon.com. The program will also feature video clips from the film adaptation of Turow’s novel Presumed Innocent (trailers available via IMDB, here). We hope you can join us! For more information, contact Helen Herman, Director of Public Programming and CLE at Fordham Law School via this link.
From Left: Peter Freidman, Boyd Gaines, Thane Rosenbaum From Left: Dean William Treanor, Peter Friedman, Boyd Gaines, Thane Rosenbaum
Following the success of the first annual Fordham Law Film Festival, the Forum on Law, Culture, and Society is pleased to present our next public event: A Conversation with novelist Scott Turow Tuesday, 12/5/06, 8 PM Time Warner Center, Screening Room To register for this exciting event and read more, follow this link.