My chapter on digital evidence has recently been published in the Australian authority on Expert Evidence. The chapter joins technical treatment of over 75 other areas of expert evidence.
The chapter aims to inform the legal professional and fact finder as to the foundations, context, principles, practices, limitations and challenges of the field of digital forensics, in order that they may understand the field enough to effectively engage with the digital forensic expert. It is anticipated that this chapter will additionally be of interest to practitioners and researchers in the field.
The chapter is currently available only to subscribers of the loose leaf service and online via Westlaw AU and Thomson Legal Online. The chapter will be individually purchasable via the above website in due course; if you wish to purchase a copy in the short term, please contact Thomson Reuters via email.