Janet  Turner QC

Janet Turner QC

Partner & head of charities and not for profit team, Taylor Vinters from March 2007

Janet Turner QC practised at the commercial bar for over 20 years before joining Taylor Vinters in March 2007.

Currently head of the charity & not-for-profit team at the law firm, Janet also spent over seven years as the in-house counsel for WRVS, a charity dedicated to improving the lives and independence of older people.  

Janet is a trustee of Wothorpe Towers Preservation Trust, Norfolk Hospice and the Cambridge Union Society.

She was also non-executive director of Norwich & Peterborough Building Society from 2007 - 2011.

 

 

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