FEWA is excited about what we have planned for 2020 and want you to be part of it. Whether you’re a current FEWA member, an expert or consultant thinking about joining FEWA, or an attorney or legal professional who uses expert witness services--FEWA is here for you. FEWA is unique; as a non-profit organization, our goal is to provide professional development, ethics, and promotion of forensic consultants in all fields of discipline. Through education, peer-to-peer relationships, certification, and our online directory, FEWA teaches you how to obtain AND be prepared for your next job!
As of September 1, the Forensic Expert Witness Association is now managed by MCI USA, a leading association management company in Chicago with a proven track record of success in bringing about greater member value and more engaging member experiences to its association clients.
Past installments of the FEWA Virtual Academy are available to view for members! Find out how to access past presentations and receive CFLC credit.
The FEWA Local and National Elections Nomination process will begin in October. Bring your leardership to FEWA and help guide the future of FEWA!
FEWA Welcomes New Member to the Northern California Chapter!
Congratulations to FEWA’s newest Certified Forensic Litigation Consultant (CFLC) credential recipient!
FEWA Welcomes News Members to the San Diego Chapter
ATTENTION to current CFLC’s who are due to expire this year — you must take the exam and submit your recertification application before December 31, 2019.
CLFC certified consultants must complete ongoing certification requirements in order to maintain certification. These requirements meeting the minimum required number of Participation and Coursework Points as well as taking and passing the CFLC exam*. All requirements must be completed by the expiration date in order to avoid certification expiration. All fees are non-refundable. The CFLC certification is valid for three years.
*Only certified consultants that did not take the CFLC exam upon applying are required to take the exam.
Andrea Roth is a new member of FEWA's Northern California Chapter.
Andrea has been in the art field for close to 30 years as an academic, gallery administrator and art appraiser. She is the principal appraiser at Roth Fine Art Appraisals and supervises all appraisal functions. She specializes in European and American paintings and sculpture and is an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) with the American Society of Appraisers. She has worked with attorneys in litigations concerning artwork that involve insurance claims, divorce and estate disputes as well as appraisal review.
Brian Woods is a new member of FEWA's Orange County Chapter.