Welcome to the Medico-Legal Society of Ireland
The Medico-Legal Society of Ireland was formed in 1956 with the aim of promoting discussion and understanding between members of the medical, legal and associated professions. Continuing medical and scientific developments create new medico-legal issues. New legislation and legal developments affect medical practice. The professions share common interests and problems thus benefiting both areas to seek a greater understanding of each other’s perspectives on common issues.
The Society invites key speakers to address current medico-legal topics. The academic lectures attract Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points. Each lecture for the forthcoming 68th Session will provide 2 CPD points. The Society is currently in recess while the 68th Programme is being prepared by Council.
Mary Kennedy President
Founded in 1956
Notice of all 68th session progrmme dates will issue ahead of the scheduled dates. CPD/The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland. CPD certificates of attendance will be emailed to registered attendees following each meeting.
Members and their guests are encouraged to join the Council and speakers for dinner. Dinner with beverage is €60 per person. Members intending to dine after relevant meetings must book in advance. Dinner bookings are received up to three working day before the lecture dates . Bookings made thereafter are not confirmed and places are allocated on a stand-by basis only. To book dinner places please Email: Honorary Treasurer, email@example.com Members who book for dinner and who do not attend or who do not cancel their booking at least one working day before the lecture date, will be liable for the full cost of their meal.
The dress code for the Kildare Street and University Club is jacket and tie for gentlemen and similar appropriate dress for ladies (no trainers or denim). Please observe the dress code when attending the Society’s events and functions. Mobile phones must be turned off while in the Club.
The Council of the Medico-Legal Society have considered current public health guidelines when planning this programme of events. Where possible, the Council will facilitate online webinar access for members.