Congratulations to FEWA’s Newest Certified Forensic Litigation Consultant (CFLC) Credential Recipients!

Steven Lange of the Florida Chapter and Christopher Dore of the Arizona Chapter were granted the professional designation of Certified Forensic Litigation Consultant (CFLC)™. By virtue of their qualifications as a practicing expert witness, they met the minimum criteria required of Certified Forensic Litigation Consultants.

FEWA established the Certified Forensic Litigation Consultant (CFLC) credential in 2014 for qualified expert witnesses and forensic consultants. The CFLC is granted exclusively to FEWA Professional members who have met the eligibility criteria established requiring significant participation in FEWA activities and completion of education courses in the subjects of forensic analysis, litigation consulting and expert witnessing.

To learn more about the CFLC credential, visit

Steven Lange, Florida Chapter

Steve has been a registered architect in the State of Florida since 1978 and brings to the firm a wide range of architectural experience in all aspects of project development.




  • Licensed Florida Architect for 40 years
  • Licensed Florida Realtor for 4 years; GRI
  • Forensic Architect for thirty years; last nine full time
  • Experienced in providing Case Management & testimony
  • Experienced in design of Building Envelopes
  • Experienced in exploration/analysis of building defects
  • Experienced in extensive Code Review/Analysis
  • Experienced in written Report and Photographic production
  • Experienced in Report exhibits/graphics production
  • Experienced in Mediations, Arbitrations, Litigations

Christopher Dore, Arizona Chapter

Dr. Christopher D. Dore, a Registered Professional Archaeologist, provides expert witness services in the fields of archaeology, anthropology, and cultural resource/heritage management. 



  • Expert services in archaeology & cultural resources.

  • Assessment and valuation of damage to archaeological sites.
  • Co-author of professional standards for damage valuation.
  • President of the Register of Professional Archaeologists
  • Deposition, trial, and consulting experience.
  • Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA).
  • Cultural resource compliance under environmental laws.
  • Antiquity trafficking.

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