Education and Prizes

The Academy has a long-established role in Education and Training via its journal, Medicine, Science and the Law and annual programme of events, notably the Friends’ Dinner and the Ormrod and Lund lectures.

More recently a series of one-day educational meetings, named in honour of Sir Thomas Stevenson (1838–1908), the first official analyst to the Home Office, has been inaugurated (link here to past programmes). A series of evening events covering topics of a mainly historical interest are also being held in the Gordon Museum, (King's College London).

Education and Prizes

National Legal Litigation Prize

The British Academy of Forensic Sciences National Legal Prize offered to the student obtaining the highest mark in Litigation through the University of Law.

City Law School BPTC Prize

The British Academy of Forensic Sciences City Law School Legal Prize offered to the student gaining the highest mark in the Bar Professional Training Course through City University London.

King’s College Science Prize

The British Academy of Forensic Sciences King’s College Forensic Science Prize. The top five project submissions from the MSc in Forensic Science are considered for this prize.

The BAFS Medical Prize

All doctors and dentists below CCT completion, medical and dental students are eligible to enter. Previous winners are exempt from further applications for 3 years.

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