Upcoming Webinars

The Forensic Expert Witness Association offers quarterly webinars specifically tailored to the continuing education of expert witnesses. The FEWA Webinar series are 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

All webinars are eligible for 1 CFLC credit. If you missed the webinar go to Past Webinars page to watch the presentation or go through the slides and fill out the appropriate survey to confirm participation. Please note that you will have to sign in to your FEWA account to access the Past Webinars page. Previous recordings are available for FEWA members only. 


Upcoming Webinars

Coming to Terms: Knowing What You Need, and Getting It!

Toby Edwards, Senior Recruiter at IMS ExpertServices will cover terms every expert should know. Whether you are just getting started as an expert witness or are more experienced, knowing industry terms is key! Learn how to best prepare yourself and lead your next negotiation like a pro! 

This webinar will cover: 

  • What are Terms and why should you know them?
  • Concepts, Tools, and Strategy ‘take-aways’
  • Types of Terms
  • Using Terms to Negotiate

FEWA Members: Please sign in to your FEWA Member account in order to receive member pricing!


Toby Edwards, IMS Expert Services

Toby Edwards is a Senior Recruiter at IMS Expert Services. He has been recruiting and placing experts since 2003, when he took a part-time gig at Round Table Group (RTG) to cover summer expenses during graduate school. His first case was to find the world’s foremost authority of Jewish gravestone carving for a dispute on a stylized menorah engraving, and he never looked back. Toby held a variety of positions at RTG, and worked up to VP of Operations in 2007. After Thomson Reuters Expert Witness Services (TREWS) acquired RTG, Toby stayed on as Manager of Expert Services, providing professional development resources for the 40,000 members, managing the customer service team, as well as a variety of expert communications including a quarterly newsletter, training videos, expert satisfaction surveys, and a yearly national survey of expert witnesses.

Prior to 2003, he served as an instructor at the University of California's Washington DC Center, teaching advanced research design and methodologies, political science, and public policy.

Toby has been a vocal supporter of FEWA for many years, and has had the privilege of working with them on several occasions on national surveys, presentations at chapter meetings, and other areas.

This course has been approved for 1 CFLC credit


Past Webinar Presentations