|Morrison is one of the leading thinkers in the world about problems of forensic inference.
Few have his ability to understand and explain forensic statistics.
Prof William C Thompson
School of Law, and Department of Criminology, Law & Society, University of California Irvine
Co-counsel for OJ Simpson in his criminal trial in Los Angeles, 1994–1995
Originator of the terms “prosecutor’s fallacy” and “defense attorney’s fallacy”
Morrison has a very nice writing style and I think he has phrased some of the fundamental matters in a way that is more clearly put than I have ever seen. I think he has done a masterly job.
Dr John S Buckleton
Principle Scientist, ESR Forensics, Auckland, New Zealand
Commenting on Morrison (2010) Forensic voice comparison, Expert Evidence Series.
In addition to his consulting work, Dr Morrison is:
- Adjunct Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Alberta
His previous appointments include:
- Simons Foundation Visiting Fellow, Probability and Statistics in Forensic Science Programme, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge
- Scientific Counsel, Office of Legal Affairs, INTERPOL
- Director, Forensic Voice Comparison Laboratory, School of Electrical Engineering & Telecommunications, University of New South Wales
- Chair, Forensic Acoustics Subcommittee, Acoustical Society of America
He has been:
He has authored numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, law review articles, book chapters, and conference proceedings papers.
- Subject Editor and Guest Editor for the journal Speech Communication
- Guest Editor for the journal Science & Justice
He has provided training and/or research and development services to law enforcement agencies and forensic laboratories in North and South America, Europe, Australasia, and Asia.
He has worked on forensic cases in the United States and Australia.
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