FEWA Proposed Bylaws Approved

The FEWA Board of Directors and Governance Committee are pleased to announce that the proposed bylaws have been approved by the FEWA membership. Thank you to those who submitted your vote.   

 

Save-the-Date! 2015 Annual Conference

Now announcing that the 2015 Annual FEWA National Conference will be held from April 23-25, 2015 at The Westin San Diego. 

 

Newest Issue of the FEWA Newsletter Released

Learn about the recent activities of FEWA and the profession in the newest issue of the FEWA Newsletter. Explore the new format and expand your knowledge today! 

 

 

2014-15 Print and Digital Directories are Available

The 2014-15 Print Directory has been distributed to local attorneys and bar associations near you. Members wishing to market to attorneys can obtain free copies of the FEWA Print Directory by clicking here
 

New in 2014, this year's Directory is also available as a digital on-line flip book. Save the Digital edition on your tablet or mobile device homescreen as your newest App. 

 

Attorneys rely on the FEWA Print Directory to find qualified forensic consultants in the respective specialties of their need. Members use the Print Directory to network with attorneys, peers and industry professionals to promote their services. Request your copy today or join FEWA to be included in the Online Directory

 

Upcoming FEWA Chapter Events Preview

 

San Diego Chapter

Tuesday, July 29 from 5:00-8:00 pm
San Diego, CA

 


 

Houston Chapter

Thursday, August 28 from 11:30am - 1:00 pm
Houston, TX


 

Join the San Diego Chapter dinner meeting on "How to Communicate with Difficult People...or I Didn't Say What you Just Heard!" with a presentation by Mindy Bortness. You will learn how your communication style affects your performance and communication. Learn more and register Join the Houston Chapter for a lunch meeting on "Spoiled and Deluded: The Shakesperean Tragedy of E-Discovery" with a presentation by Craig Ball, Esq. This program will open your eyes to what you may be missing in electronically stored information and reveal the pitfalls of electronic search. Learn more and register

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