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Friedemann Vogel

Friedemann Vogel is full professor of Computer Assisted Socio- and Discourse Linguistics at the University of Siegen (Germany), coordinator
of the »Heidelberg Group of Legal Linguistics« (established in 1984) and president of the »International Language and Law Association« (ILLA;
together with Frances Olsen, UCLA, 2017–2019). Prior to his current position, he received a Magister Artium in German Studies, Psychology and Philosophy and a PhD in Legal Linguistics in 2011 at the University of Heidelberg, and he held a »junior professorship« at the University of Freiburg (2012–2018).
In 2012, Vogel initiated a project to establish the worldwide biggest text collection of German legal texts  (»Juristisches Referenzkorpus«,
JuReko) and established the »International Research Group Computer Assisted Legal Linguistics« together with the lawyer Hanjo Hamann
(www.cal2.eu). Vogel’s research focuses on language and law, media discourse and image analysis, political and computer mediated
communication studies and the development of new computer assisted approaches of pragmatics and semantics to analyze language use patterns on basis of huge text collections. More information at: www.diskurslinguistik.net

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