Dec. 5, 2013 05:00 PM
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New York Times best-selling author talks Hollywood, the death penalty and the pitfalls of runaway campaign spending.

Best-selling author and attorney Scott Turow rounded out the IND Lecture Series Dec. 4 at the Hilton with insight on the journey from author to Hollywood followed by a Q&A with Lafayette Bar Association President Blake David and a book signing. Turow, a practicing lawyer whose legal thrillers like Presumed Innocent have hit the top of the best-seller list and the box office, was LBA's first pick to wrap up the series sponsored by IberiaBank and the law firm of Jones Walker. He proved a wise choice with a quick wit covering topics from visits with Harrison Ford to network takeovers and answering questions on the death penalty and campaign finance reform all before closing with a book signing for lecture guests. His latest work, Identical, is a New York Times best seller.

Dona Renegar, Will Grubbs and Laura Putnam

Jerry Prejean, Scott Turow, Donald Washington and Blake David

Flo Meadows and Jill Merkl

Scott Turow and Blake David

 

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