John Grisham on 'The Litigators,' Writing and Criminal Justice

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Author John Grisham has leveraged his career by doing what few in the legal profession can. He has made subjects usually relegated to the law school classroom — topics like torts and case law — into fascinating, suspenseful literature. While he is best known as a bestselling author, John Grisham has also become an advocate for criminal justice reform. He serves on the board of the Innocence Project, a public policy organization dedicated to exonerating the wrongfully-convicted.

John Grisham’s new book is called "The Litigators" and he joins The Takeaway to discuss writing and public policy advocacy.