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IAFL Officers and the Executive Committee and Regional Representatives

IAFL Officers

The Association has five Officers, each of whom is elected for a term of 2 years. The current Officers are:

President: Tim Grant (Aston University, UK) e: t.d.grant(at)aston(dot)ac.uk

Vice-President:   Georgina Heydon (RMIT University, Australia) e: georgina.heydon(at)rmit(dot)edu.au

Treasurer: Krzysztof Kredens (Aston University, UK) e: k.j.kredens(at)aston(dot)ac.uk

Secretary: Isabel Picornell (QED Forensic Linguistics, UK) e: isabel(at)qedforensics(dot)com

Publicity Officer: Fleur van der Houwen (Vrije Univeriseit Amsterdam, The Netherlands) e: f.vander.houwen(at)vu(dot)nl

 

The Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is responsible for the routine day-to-day operations of the Association, as well as selecting the venue for the Biennial Conference and arranging meetings of the membership. The Executive Committee is composed of the five IAFL Officers above plus two ‘Ordinary Members’, who are elected for a term of 4 years. The current ordinary members are:

Yuan Chuanyou (Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China)

Jennifer Glougie (British Columbia Labour Relations Board, Vancouver, Canada)

The immediate past president of the Association (currently Ed Finegan) sits as a non-voting member of the Committee.

 

Past presidents of the Association include:

Ed Finegan (2013-2015)

Maria Teresa Turell (2011-2013)

Ron Butters (2009-2011)

Janet Cotterill (2007-2009)

Peter Tiersma (2005-2007)

John Gibbons (2003-2005)

Lawrence Solan (1999-2003)

Diana Eades (1995-1999)

Malcolm Coulthard (1993-1995)

Details of how the Executive Committee functions and the role of the Association's Officers can be found in the Constitution.

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