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Glenn Turner, JD

Adjunct Instructor

Glenn Turner, JD, is recognized for his ability to connect with people from diverse and unique backgrounds in a variety of different industries. He is an adjunct professor who applies his experiences from being a leader in law enforcement for over twenty years and a practicing attorney. Glenn prides himself in the ability to form strong learning relationship with students so that opportunities are maximized and challenges are overcome.

Glenn has been teaching in the online environment for over seven years. Courses include Healthcare Law, Healthcare Policy & Delivery Systems, Business Law, Business Regulation, Business Ethics, and a wide variety of Criminal Justice courses. He has the ability to interact with students in a manner designed to encourage rigorous study and enthusiasm for the course material.

Teaching is a passion for Glenn, and the ability to assist each student to achieve success is his main goal. Communication with students and other faculty and staff is essential for success in a learning environment. The ability to communicate with all stakeholders is a personal strength.


Juris Doctorate, General Law, Loyola School of Law – Chicago Bachelor of Science Degree, Criminal Justice, East Tennessee State University Associate of Arts Degree, Criminal Justice, Montgomery College, Maryland Certificate of Completion, 10 Week School of Police Staff and Command Center for Public Safety Northwestern University Awards and Affiliations:

Member Illinois Bar Association Member Federal Bar Northern District of Illinois Intra School Moot Court Competition Winner, Loyola School of Law Affiliate Resource Associates, Leadership Development Company Reading, Pennsylvania"