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Prof Gary Edmond

Professor

Department: Northumbria Law School

Gary Edmond

Key Publications

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  • Fingerprint comparison and adversarialism: The scientific and historical evidence, Edmond, G., Cunliffe, E., Hamer, D. 1 Nov 2020, In: Modern Law Review
  • Fingerprint evidence in New Zealand’s courts: The oversight of overstatement, Edmond, G. Jun 2020, In: New Zealand Universities Law Review
  • Forensic science and the myth of adversarial testing, Edmond, G. 2 Apr 2020, In: Current Issues in Criminal Justice
  • Latent science: a history of challenges to fingerprint evidence in Australia, Edmond, G. 18 Feb 2020, In: The University of Queensland Law Journal
  • Forensic science evidence and the limits of cross-examination, Edmond, G., Cunliffe, E., Martire, K., San Roque, M. 3 Jul 2019, In: Melbourne University Law Review
  • Just Cognition: Scientific Research on Bias and Some Implications for Legal Procedure and Decision-Making, Edmond, G., Martire, K. 1 Jul 2019, In: Modern Law Review
  • Antipodean forensics: a comment on ANZFSS’s response to PCAST, Edmond, G., Martire, K. 4 Mar 2018, In: Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences
  • Assessing concurrent expert evidence, Edmond, G., Ferguson, A., Ward, T. 1 Jul 2018, In: Civil Justice Quarterly
  • Science Friction: Streamlined Forensic Reporting, Reliability and Justice, Edmond, G., Carr, S., Piasecki, E. 1 Dec 2018, In: Oxford Journal of Legal Studies
  • Expert reports and the forensic sciences, Edmond, G., Martire, K., San Roque, M. May 2017, In: University of New South Wales Law Journal

Qualifications

Law LLB September 01 1997


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