About us

Who are we?

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The AALL is a non-profit scientific organisation striving for excellence in the investigation of language use in legal contexts. The association consists primarily of scholars from legal linguistics and the legal domain. Our research focuses on statutory interpretation, linguistic evidence in the juridical process, speaker recognition and identification, and commentaries on legal developments.

If you are interested in joining the AALL, please visit our “Join” page here, or get in touch for more information: info@oegrl.com.

Meet the Executive Board

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Daniel Leisser – President

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Daniel Leisser holds a BA in English and American Studies and an MA in English language and history. He is currently an LLM student of the University of Edinburgh. Daniel specialises in statutory interpretation, legislative drafting, contract formation, and the theory of legal aptitude testing.

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Thomas Kronschläger – Vice-president

thomas.kronschlaeger@oegrl.com

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Vanessa Krebs – Secretary

vanessa.krebs@oegrl.com

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Richard Bonomo – Vice-secretary

richard.bonomo@oegrl.com

Richard Bonomo holds a BA in Cultural and Social Anthropology and is currently pursuing his diploma in Legal Studies at the University of Vienna. He defines himself as a legal anthropologist. His interests lie in rhetorics and the interplay between language and worldview.

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Luke Green – Treasurer

luke.green@oegrl.com

Luke Green is a student of English and German and a tutor for English linguistics at the University of Vienna, as well as a graduate of Music from Canterbury Christ Church University. His research interests include phonetics & phonology in the contexts of diachronic language change and language teaching.

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Anas Alaawaj – Vice-treasurer

anas.alaawaj@oegrl.com

Further contact people

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Victoria Ameringer – UK representative

victoria.ameringer@oegrl.com

Victoria Ameringer acquired her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and American Studies at the University of Vienna. Her research interests lie in the areas of psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics, speech and language disorders, and computer programming for speech and language processing. She pursues these interests in her Master of Science degree at the University of Edinburgh in Psychology of Language.

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Iris Paur – Research group coordinator

iris.paur@oegrl.com

Iris Paur is currently in the course of completing her teaching degree in English and French at the University of Vienna. Her main research interests include the corpus-based analysis of discourse, especially in the contexts of speaker recognition/identification, linguistic profiling and lie/deception detection.