The IAFL 2019 Conference will include a thought-provoking and engaging programme of keynote presentations representing academic scholarship, professional legal and language practice, law enforcement and the judiciary on the International Association of Forensic Linguists conference theme of Access to Justice through Language. I’m proud to say I’ll be one of them!
Find all the speakers and titles below
As for me, I’ll be recounting the story of Australian linguists’ Call to Action, asking the judiciary to review and reform the legal handling of indistinct covert recordings used was evidence in criminal trials.
And all that does not even mention the conference program itself! Hope to see you there.
Keynote Speakers and their titles
Michael Walsh: ‘English makes me tired’: linguistic disadvantage for Australian Indigenous people before the law
Janny HC Leung: Official Multilingualism as a Global Phenomenon
Chris Heffer: Right Talk? Language, Ethics and Access to Justice in the Legal Process
Helen Fraser: Forensic Transcription and Translation – Why and how Australian linguists are calling for reform of legal procedures
Georgina Heydon: IAFL Presidential Address