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Welcome to the Centre for Forensic Linguistics

The Centre for Forensic Linguistics at Aston University is the first of its kind in the world. We combine leading-edge research and investigative practice with teaching and training in forensic linguistics. Research at the Centre involves all aspects of forensic linguistics from how the police and the courts can best work with interpreters to the development and refinement of methods for identifying the author of disputed forensic texts. We have published widely and have lectured about our research in some 30 countries. Through high-quality research, we ensure that our undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses, as well as our investigative work, have a solid academic foundation.

Announcements

Dr Andrea Nini has given a talk on the Sony hack case at the Conference of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cybersecurity at the University of Oxford. See news for further information.

Dr Kate Haworth has had an article in the Applied Linguistics journal published. See news for further information.

Dr Tatiana Tkacukova presented three presentations at the Socio-Legal Studies Association annual conference which was recenlty held at the University of Warwick. For the abstracts to these talks, please visit the news page. 

A group of students on the MA Forensic Linguistics programme have been working on a project that has gained interest from Greater Manchester Police. See news for more information.

Dr. Fleur van der Houwen from the department of Language and Communication, VU University Amsterdam will be visiting the Centre as a distinguished academic visitor on the week commencing Monday 16 March. See events for more information.

CFL's Malcolm Coulthard and Ria Perkins both have publications in a new journal devoted to Language and Law. It's available online at http://tinyurl.com/linguagem-direito.

We are running the fourteenth edition of the International Summer School in Forensic Linguistic analysis. For details follow this link.




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