Selected presentations

Fraser, H. 2017 Transcription and interpretation of indistinct forensic recordings used as evidence in court. National Judicial College of Australia, ANU (4 Mar)

Fraser, H. 2016. What happens when linguists are NOT asked for their expertise: Why forensic transcription needs a pro-active approach from the discipline as a whole. Australian Linguistic Society annual conference, Monash University Caulfield, Melbourne (7 Dec)

Fraser, H., & Eades, D. 2016. How to ensure language and speech evidence is used appropriately in court. Australian Linguistic Society annual conference, Monash University Caulfield, Melbourne (7 Dec)

Fraser, H. 2016. Enhancing indistinct covert recordings: What can be done and what cautions are needed. National Investigators Symposium, Sydney (10 Nov)

Fraser, H., 2016. Reforms needed to ensure fairness in the use of covert speech recordings in criminal trials. National Law Reform Conference, Canberra (14 April)

Fraser, H. 2016. Who said that? How to ensure reliable voice identification. NSW Legal Aid Conference, Sydney (3 June)

Fraser, H. 2015. What happens when forensic linguists are not asked for their expertise? Expertise in Language and Law Symposium, Cardiff UK (27 Nov)

Fraser, H. 2015. Is that really what you heard? How to evaluate police transcripts of indistinct recordings. NSW Legal Aid Conference (3 July)

Fraser, H. 2015. Interpretation of indistinct covert recordings used as evidence in criminal trials. University of Wollongong Faculty of Law LLM program (16 April)

Fraser, H. 2015. Forensic transcription: We can see the problems but what are the solutions? Phonetics program, Macquarie University (23 March)

Fraser, H. 2015. Forensic transcription: Insights from and to linguistics. Interpreting and translation program, University of NSW (10 March)

Fraser, H. 2014. Forensic transcription (Invited plenary speaker). Theories, practices and instruments of Forensic Linguistics. Rome (1 Dec)

Fraser, H. 2014. Forensic transcription. NSW Crime Commission. Sydney (19 Nov)

Fraser, H. 2014. Avoiding forensic pitfalls: The trouble with transcripts. National Investigators Symposium. Sydney (7 Nov)

Fraser, H. 2014. ‘Enhancing’ and transcribing indistinct covert recordings used as evidence in criminal trials: Pitfalls and best practice. ACT Bar Association (15 March)

Fraser, H., 2013. Hard-to-hear covert recordings used as evidence in criminal cases: Have we brought back police ‘verballing’? Crime Justice and Social Democracy Conference Brisbane (10 July)

Fraser, H. 2011. The role of native speakers in LADO: Are we missing a more important question? Invited presentation Language and Asylum Research Group, University of Essex, England, 18 November.

Fraser, H. 2011. Forensic Transcription. Crime and Misconduct Commission, Brisbane, 21 June.

Fraser, H. 2011. Forensic Transcription. Expert Evidence Conference, National Judicial College of Australia and ANU College of Law, Canberra (12-13 Feb)

Fraser, H. 2011. Forensic speech analysis. Professional development workshop, Police Headquarters, Parramatta, NSW (22 Feb).

Fraser, H. 2009. Transcripts: Their use and abuse in the legal system. Queensland Bar Association (1 Dec)