Institute for Linguistic Evidence
Committed to developing and testing forensic linguistic methods, The Institute for Linguistic Evidence (ILE) is the only non-profit scientific research organization of its kind. ILE was founded in 1998, and continues to be operated by Dr. Carole Chaski. As of 2003, the organization is classified as a public charity, which allows the company to receive funding from donors, private foundations, and government agencies. The mission of ILE is to find out what linguistic methods work to solve forensic problems like authorship and text authentication. Methods used at ILE are tested on “ground truth” data.
ALIAS Technology, LLC
ALIAS Technology LLC specializes in automatic and human-assisted methods for forensic linguistic evidence, providing expert consulting as well as subscriptions to their specialized software. ALIAS offers several software modules that provide exceptional support for linguists, police detectives, attorneys, and law professors alike.
LESLI: Linguistic Evidence in Security, Law and Intelligence Academic Journal
LESLI is a journal for professionals like linguists, computer scientists, psychologists, and attorneys that provides a forum to present research, requests for research, and policy discussions as it relates to the field of forensic linguistics in the security, law, and intelligence disciplines. It is a journal of the Institute for Linguistic Evidence and the Association for Linguistic Evidence.
Linguistic Society of America
The Linguistic Society of America (LSA) is the leading organization dedicated to the advancement of the study of language. LSA advocates for the support of linguistic research to governments, schools, and the public.
Forensic Linguistic Evidence LinkedIn Group