Vol 26 No. 2 (2019)

Journal: International Journal of Speech Language and the Law

Published: Mar 2, 2020

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Section Title Author Published
Editorial Peter French Feb 28, 2020
Who owns your voice? Linguistic and legal perspectives on the relationship between vocal distinctiveness and the rights of the individual speaker Dominic Watt, Peter S. Harrison, Lily Cabot-King Jan 30, 2020
An illusion of understanding: how native and non-native speakers of English understand (and misunderstand) their Miranda rights Aneta Pavlenko, Elizabeth Hepford, Scott Jarvis Oct 23, 2019
Tuning the performance of automatic speaker recognition in different conditions: effects of language and simulated voice disguise Radek Skarnitzl, Maral Asiaee, Mandana Nourbakhsh Jan 10, 2020
Litigating without speaking legalese: the case of unrepresented litigants in Hong Kong Matthew W.L. Yeung, Janny H.C. Leung Feb 28, 2020
Improving objectivity, balance and forensic fitness in LAAP: a response to Matras Jim Hoskin, Tina Cambier-Langeveld, Paul Foulkes Jan 13, 2020
Conference Reports
IAFPA 2019 conference report Katherine Earnshaw, Sula Ross Sep 30, 2019
Thesis Abstracts
Discourse-information-based automatic evaluation of public legal education texts Juan Liu Feb 28, 2020
Multimodal construction of ‘rule of law’ in Chinese anti-corruption public service advertisements: a social semiotic approach Yujie Liu Feb 28, 2020
Book Reviews
Shallow Equality and Symbolic Jurisprudence in Multilingual Legal Orders by Janny H. C. Leung (2019) Javier Moreno-Rivero Dec 22, 2019
Book Announcements
Book announcements Richard Powell Dec 29, 2019