“One of the most useful meetings I’ve attended.”
(Comment from a FORREST 2006 attendee)
FORensic RESearch and Teaching (FORREST) is
an annual international academic conference of
interest to academics, lawyers, law enforcement,
and forensic practitioners, originally organised jointly
by The Forensic Institute
Research Network (FIRN)
and The Higher
Education Academy (HEA) in the UK.
The purpose of FORREST is to present the latest
and most relevant work in forensic research and
teaching. It is the only conference to deal specifically
with the ever-increasing topic of forensic education.
Reviews, case studies, applications, and research
programmes are delivered by lectures and workshops
that allow every delegate to find and explore
something of interest and value to them. The
conference also provides excellent opportunities
for informal networking and sharing of ideas.
FORREST 2012 was held at Abertay University in Dundee, the 2013 conference is being organised by Anglia Ruskin University.
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