The Germanic Society for Forensic Linguistics (GSFL) was founded in 2012 by Dr. I. M. Nick and Ms. Dana Roemling.  The purpose of the society was to provide a coooperative forum for researchers, practitioners, and students who are devoted to investigating and applying linguistic evidence for the betterment of the Society.  With that goal in mind, since 2013, the GSFL has held an annual Roundtable for members working both inside and outside of academia to share their work with one another, in a supportive collegial environment. In addition to the annual Roundtable, the GSFL also holds a yearly Emerging Scholars’ Day to support the next FL/FP generation.   Today, the GSFL has members from around the globe and has become an established and respected member of the FL/FP  scientific community.

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