Full members are persons who by reason of their professional standing or special knowledge and integrity have contributed or are likely to contribute to the advancement, application and practice of forensic science / medicine.
Associate Members are persons qualified in Medicine, Science or the Law whose professional experience does not meet the criteria for election to full membership, or persons not qualified in one of the disciplines but engaged in a directly related activity.
We welcome young members who are engaged in an appropriate academic or professional programme of education or training. You will have the opportunity to engage with professionals and to promote BAFS to other student/trainee groups.
We publicise dates of events as far in advance as possible via the webarticle as well as Twitter and via email circulations. Some of our regular events are: Lund Lecture; Ormrod Lecture; ‘Stevenson’ Meeting; Friends Dinner; Gordon Museum talks