Annual Conference of the International Association of Law and Forensic Science (IALFS)
April 1-3, 2014 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Judges, Coroners and Policemen.
Forensic Pathologists, who are generally responsible for autopsies and for clinical forensic medicine i.e., examination of victims of rape and other types of violence in adults and juveniles, taking sexual and other delinquents into care, etc.
Forensic Scientists and those working in police, government or private forensic laboratories, dealing with fingerprints, biochemical grouping, drug analysis, toxicology, ballistics, documents, trace evidence examination, accident reconstruction, etc.
Those working in other Fields of forensic science, such as forensic psychiatry, physical anthropology, medical law and bioethics, forensic odontology, forensic scientific research, etc.
Autopsies: Legal and Cultural Issues. Forensic DNA.
Ballistics. Forensic Entomology.
Clinical Forensic medicine.
Crime Scene Investigation.
History of forensic medicine.
Custodial Death Investigation.
Human Rights & Criminal Justice.
Human Trafficking Issues.
Legal Aspect in Crime Scene Investigation.
Fire and Arson Investigation.
Medical ethics and Malpractice crisis.
Medical Negligence and Litigation Corruption Crime.
Questioned document examination.