On 16 May 2018, I gave a presentation at the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Academy of Forensic Science. I was honoured to be introduced by Justice John Champion, formerly Director of Public Prosecutions in Victoria, recently appointed as a judge in the Victoria Supreme Court, and Chairman of AAFS Victoria.
I managed to record my recent presentation at the Australian Association for Forensic Sciences and have edited it into a short video for you. At 34 mins, it packs in a lot of new experimental results and case studies.
This is the presentation I gave to the NSW Judicial Commission in March 2018. It goes through my experience with forensic transcription and gives reasons for the Call to Action recently presented by Australian linguistics organisations to the judiciary.
Here’s a video of a 20-minute talk I gave at the National Law Reform Conference. It summarises the main issues raised on this website – and I think the audience found it interesting and enlightening. NOTE: This video is a bit outdated now – watch it if you like but you might be better served by the material at Too Busy to Browse.