Lukas Reiter is an executive producer of NBC's "The Firm," based on the best-selling novel by John Grisham, which he developed for television.
Reiter is a former co-executive producer of Dick Wolf's "Law & Order." He began his writing career working for David E. Kelley on "The Practice," where he spent several years, then joined the staff of "Boston Legal," serving on both shows as a supervising producer.
His work on "The Practice" earned him a Humanitas Prize - an award he shared with Kelley and Aaron Sorkin in 2002. His other credits include the Jerry Bruckheimer series "The Forgotten" and "Close to Home."
Reiter formerly served as an Assistant District Attorney in Queens County, New York, where he was assigned to the Homicide Investigations Bureau. He graduated cum laude from Temple University School of Law and has a Bachelor of Science degree in speech from Northwestern University.