The Medico-Legal Society of Victoria was established in 1931. The objectives of the society are the promotion of medico-legal knowledge and the fostering of professional and collegiate scholarship and interaction among members of the medical and legal professions. This is achieved by facilitating the exchange of ideas and information at general meetings held about six times per year. Persons of eminence in their field are invited to the meetings to deliver papers of mutual interest to the two professions.
Station Sergeant Rod Anderson APM, joined the Australian Federal Police in 1990 and, after recruit training, was deployed to City Police Station in Canberra where he performed uniform duties as well as working in Communications, Beats and the Accident Investigation Section, investigating serious & fatal motor vehicle collisions. To date he has held many different roles with the AFP Canberra and its surrounding region.
Membership of the Medico-Legal Society of Victoria is open to legally-qualified members of the medical and of the legal professions.