Authors

Edward K. Cheng

Document Type

Article

Publication Title

Journal of Law and Policy

Publication Date

2013

Page Number

541

Keywords

forensic linguistics, scientific evidence, Daubert v. Merrell

Disciplines

Evidence | Law | Science and Technology Law

Abstract

This article aims to provide some legal context to the Authorship Attribution Workshop (“conference”). In particular, I want to offer some pragmatic observations on what courts will likely demand of forensic linguistics experts and tentatively suggest what the field should aspire to in both the short and long run.

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