This volumes outlines the development of a major scientific body, the Epilepsy Society of Australia, from its humble beginnings at a peripheral teaching hospital in Melbourne. Arising from a comprehensive epilepsy program envisioned by its creator Peter F. Bladin, the Society has grown to encompass the latest developments in knowledge and technology and contribute to the training and maturity of some of the world’s leading epilepsy experts. The Society has become an acknowledged elite professional association in Australia, extending across the continent. This book sketches the important events which had occurred during the periods of each Presidential tenure and the work of their executives and state representatives, and details their deliberations, workshops, scientific meetings, and international contacts and speakers, had who visited Australia as invited guests for the annual scientific congresses. It also includes a glossary listing prominent members and a section paying tribute to international colleagues.