Dr. Carole McCartney
Dr Carole McCartney is a Reader in the School of Law, Northumbria University. Previously senior lecturer in criminal law and criminal justice at the University of Leeds, and Bond University, Queensland, Australia.
Carole has written on Australian justice, Innocence Projects, miscarriages of justice, policing cooperation, and DNA, forensic science and criminal justice more widely. She established an Innocence Project at the University of Leeds in 2005, and was project manager for the Nuffield Council on Bioethics report ‘The Forensic Uses of Bio-information: Ethical Issues’ and the Nuffield Foundation project ‘The Future of Forensic Bioinformation. She has also run projects on forensic science education and forensic regulation and recently completed an EU Marie Curie international research fellowship (2009-2012) on ‘Forensic Identification Frontiers’.
Carole is a Visiting Researcher with NUCFS and a member of the Centre for Criminal and Civil Evidence and Procedure in the Faculty of Business and Law.
For a summary of Carole’s recent publications, click here.