About this section

The purpose of the Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Section is to advance the knowledge and practice of clinical forensic and legal medicine.

Upcoming events

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Investigating a complex murder: Combining forensic and legal medical expertise

Using as a starting point a real-life murder and sexual assault, this meeting will approach the different forensic specialities who may be involved. You will learn about current best practice and ethical dilemmas in the field.

  • Price £35 - £167
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

Prizes

Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Section: Postgraduate Prize

Prize

  • First prize: £250

Submission deadline

To be announced

Open to

Postgraduate students who have been working for qualifications in forensic and legal medicine or medical law. Students studying other specialties may submit their work to be considered for presentation purposes but are not eligible for the prize.

Application guidelines

Submit a poster presentation; the entry should be anonymous – your name or your institution should not be mentioned. The poster design should be submitted in PowerPoint or PDF format and under 2MB in size.

Shortlisted candidates will be required to print their presentation in A1 to present at a Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine meeting.

Submission closed

Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Section: Undergraduate Prize

Prize

  • First prize: £250

Submission deadline

To be announced

Open to

Undergraduate students in law or medicine.

Application guidelines

Submit a poster presentation; the entry should be anonymous – your name or your institution should not be mentioned. The poster design should be submitted in PowerPoint or PDF format and under 2MB in size.

Shortlisted candidates will be required to print their presentation in A1 to present at a Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine meeting.

Submission closed

Section Council members

Section meetings and conferences are usually organised by members of the Section Council, led by the Section President and often in collaboration with specialist societies.

President

Dr Helena Thornton