The new Forensic Resources website now offers email newsletters that will allow you to stay up-to-date on upcoming forensic trainings, blog posts, news articles, and specific forensic disciplines of interest to you. To subscribe, simply enter your name and areas of interest here. You’ll get notified when we post new content on the website and can unsubscribe at any time.
After subscribing to the Forensic Resources newsletter, if you would like to receive additional email updates, below is a list of e-newsletters and blogs that you can subscribe to to receive regular updates on scientific and legal developments in this field.
- Forensic Magazine – subscribe to receive a daily email of forensic news highlights.
- Duke Law Forensics Forum – subscribe to receive an email when a new blog post on forensic evidence is published.
- Forensic Technology Center of Excellence – a program of the National Institute of Justice located at RTI International in RTP. Subscribing to the newsletter will keep you informed about the various free forensic webinars that are regularly offered.
- National Institute of Justice – Forensic Training and Forensic Research – subscribe to receive training updates and weekly emails about forensic science research funded by NIJ.
- National Institute of Standards and Technology – subscribe to receive email updates about NIST’s work to strengthen forensic practice, including updates on the work of the Organization of Scientific Area Committees for Forensic Science (OSACs).
- The Marshall Project – subscribe to receive daily, weekly, or bi-weekly emails about criminal justice issues in the news.
- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers – members receive daily news emails about criminal justice issues, including forensic evidence.
- North Carolina Criminal Law – subscribe to receive email notification when a blog post from the School of Government is posted.
- Criminal Law Listserv – subscribers will receive Prof. Jessica Smith’s case summaries of NC and US S.Ct. criminal cases as well as alerts regarding new NC criminal legislation.
- Google Alerts– subscribe to receive daily or weekly emails anytime key words of interest to you appear in the news.