|Next Society Event
9 June:7.00 pm
Medical Negligence Assessments - the educational implications
|Medico-Legal Journal is dedicated to promoting Medico-Legal knowledge in all its aspects. It provides an official record of the proceedings of the Medico-Legal Society, and a unique collection of contributions and speeches from eminent speakers at society events. In addition to this, the journal seeks to further the society's aim to expand knowledge of medico-legal matters by commissioning articles on topics from across this diverse field.|
The current content of The Medico-Legal Journal can be found at http://mlj.sagepub.com/.
In 2012 The Medico-Legal Journal published several
The Long-term Outcome for Emotional and Behavioural Problems
Professor Harry Zeitlin
Med Leg J March 2012 80: 3-12, doi:10.1258/mlj.2012.012004
Women Offenders-Managing Risk
Barbara Treen and Caroline Stewart
Med Leg J June 2012 80: 42-59, doi:10.1258/mlj.2012.01200
Dealing with Rape in a New Political Landscape
Baroness Vivien Stern
Med Leg J June 2012 80: 60-68, doi:10.1258/mlj.2012.012003
Capacity: A Lawyer's Perspective
Lord Justice Munby
Med Leg J June 2012 80: 69-79, doi:10.1258/mlj.2012.012013
Coroners and Medical Examiners: Mutualism, Commensalism or Parasitism?
Professor Peter Furness
Med Leg J September 2012 vol. 80 no. 3 86-101 doi: 10.1258/mlj.2012.012011
Poisoning: Fact or Fiction
Robert J Flanagan
Med Leg J December 2012 80: 127-148, doi:10.1258/mlj.2012.012030
In addition, the Journal seeks to further the Society's aims in education on medico- legal matters by commissioning additional articles on topics as diverse as:
The Medico-Legal Journal is a quarterly publication available in paper and electronic form.
The journal is published by Sage on behalf of the Medico-Legal Society and can be found here http://mlj.sagepub.com
All subscribers receive 4 paper issues per year.
Download a pdf file containing an index from the start of the Journal to volume 64. A free program for reading pdfs, Adobe Acrobat Reader, can be downloaded from www.adobe.com. Using Acrobat the historic archive is searchable by keyword. All issues are available at the Royal Society of Medicine library and most issues at the Inns of Court Library and Law Society Library.