Ms Catherine Turner
Room 21D72, Dalriada House
University of Ulster
Ph: +44(0)28 9036 6693
Catherine joined the TJI as a research assistant in 2004. In 2002 she graduated with an LLB from Trinity College Dublin, and in 2003 the Arts and Humanities Research Board awarded her a studentship to undertake an LLM in Public International Law at the London School of Economics. Prior to joining the TJI Catherine worked in the Registry Legal Advisory Section of the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Catherine was appointed as a Lecturer in Law within the TJI in 2007. She currently teaches Introduction to Property Law, European Law and Foundations of International Human Rights Law. She is also the co-ordinator of the annual Summer School on Transitional Justice.
Catherine’s research interests include international law and law and political theory. She has published in the fields of international law and public law and is currently completing her doctoral project examining critical perspectives on human rights. She also has a keen interest in Alternative Dispute Resolution, and mediation in particular. She is a practicing mediator and an Associate of Mediation Northern Ireland.