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A few useful links related to Forensic Transcription (in no particular order)
- International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics (IAFPA) http://www.iafpa.net/
- International Journal of Speech Language and the Law https://journals.equinoxpub.com/index.php/IJSLL/index
- International Association of Forensic Linguists (IAFL) http://www.iafl.org
- Language in the Judicial Process (Bethany Dumas) http://ljp.utk.edu
- Roger Shuy (USA) http://www.rogershuy.com
- Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association (ASSTA) http://www.assta.org/
- Forensic Voice Comparison (Phil Rose/Geoffrey Morrison) http://forensic-voice-comparison.net/
- JPFrench Associates (Peter French) http://www.jpfrench.com/
- Francis Nolan’s Homepage http://www.ling.cam.ac.uk/francis/
- University of York’s Forensic Speech Science group https://sites.google.com/site/yorkfss/home
- John Olsson’s Forensic Linguistics Institute http://www.thetext.co.uk/
- Centre for Forensic Linguistics, Aston University http://www.forensiclinguistics.net
- CaLL: Cardiff Language and Law Research Network http://blogs.cardiff.ac.uk/call/
- Sue Blackwell’s Forensic Linguistics mailing list http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/forensic-linguistics