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Sue Turner

Senior Lecturer

Department: Northumbria Law School

Sue is a Senior Lecturer and Director of Education - CPD at Northumbria Law School with particular expertise in business and finance law and regulation.  She leads numerous specialist modules across postgraduate, undergraduate and professional programmes and is a member of the Financial Crime Compliance Research Interest Group.  Prior to joining Northumbria University, Sue was a banking and finance solicitor with a global law firm.

Sue Turner

Sue's research interests focus on financial regulation and crime.  Sue has been involved in several research projects and initiatives in the field of anti-money laundering policy and frameworks, relating in particular to beneficial ownership.

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Driven to Death: A Chinese case study on the counterfeiting of automotive components, Shen, A., Turner, S., Antonopoulos, G. 10 Mar 2022, In: Asian Journal of Criminology
  • Solving Child Statelessness: Disclosure, Reporting, and Corporate Responsibility, Brewer, M., Turner, S. 31 Jul 2019, In: British Journal of American Legal Studies
  • An Anti-Money Laundering Timeline and the Relentless Regulatory Response, Turner, S., Bainbridge, J. 1 Jun 2018, In: The Journal of Criminal Law
  • Balancing the Boardroom: Can Lessons be Learned?, Turner, S. 18 Jun 2015, 40th British International Studies Association Annual Conference
  • Capturing investor conscience: from conflict minerals to stateless children?, Brewer, M., Turner, S. May 2015, Northumbria Research Conference

  • Law PGDip September 01 2000
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2013


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