If you haven't already, save $50 on the FEWA National Conference, August 28-29, 2020 in Houston when you register by July 10. This year’s two-day conference will provide advanced training skills for all levels and disciplines of experts and forensic consultants. Learn key topics and issues of importance to attorneys and expert witnesses while earning up to 12.75 Hours, including 1 hour of Ethics in MCLE credits.
FEWA is closely monitoring COVID-19 information and working with the CDC regarding the possibility of the future events. Based on the information we have today, the 2020 FEWA National Conference is still scheduled to take place August 28-29, 2020 in Houston. We will continue to provide updates as necessary.
We are always interested to hear about your experiences as an expert witness and legal consultant, whether you are just starting out your career or are a seasoned expert. Members are encouraged to submit articles, insights into the legal world as an expert witness, lessons learned, and FEWA event notices or reviews.
Did you learn something valuable at a recent FEWA event or have you prepared a report that other experts could learn from? The bi-weekly Forensic Expert Witness Newsletter is the perfect place to write an op-ed style article to share your insights with other experts, and gain visibility for your FEWA profile and expertise.
Submit your community editorial to the FEWA by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing your stories!
Join FEWA for the next installment of the FEWA Virtual Academy series on Wednesday, July 16 at 1:00 pm PT! The program, Utilizing Existing and Emerging Technologies to Maximize Juror Connection, will be presented by Senior Managing Directors at Ankura, Erica Massaro-Hales and Chad Paulin.
The Forensic Expert Witness Association offers webinars specifically tailored to the continuing education of expert witnesses. The FEWA Webinar series is free for all FEWA members and offered at the low price of $30 for non-members. The webinars are created to fit within the CFLC Core Program.
Webinars and virtual chapter meetings are open to all members and non-members.