Membership of the CFLA is open to solicitors, legal executives, and barristers in England and Wales and elsewhere who are substantially engaged in commercial fraud litigation.

  • Meet like-minded people and build professional relationships.
  • Have access to a variety of events.
  • Share and gain knowledge
  • Receive education and training

Become a member

To apply for membership, please complete the application form below.

Your personal information



Qualifications and experience

Please indicate in which main area you are substantially engaged in Court Proceedings for compensation or restitution arising from allegations of dishonesty concerning false representation, failure to disclose information, or abuse of position involving the following:

How many years experience do you have of being a commercial fraud litigator?
How many civil commercial fraud cases have you worked on in the last 2 years?


By submitting this form I confirm that the details provided above are accurate. I agree that the Association may keep my details on an electronic database and may use the same for the purposes of mailings and other communications and may be used or disclosed by the Association in furtherance of the Objects of the Association or as required by law.I support the Objects of the Association and agree to be bound by the Constitution of the Association.

Terms and conditions

Please note that membership is conditional upon:

  1. the CFLA committee being satisfied that an applicant for membership is a solicitor, legal executive, or barrister in England and Wales or elsewhere and is substantially engaged in commercial fraud litigation;
  2. the applicant achieving a simple majority of votes by the committee in favour of them being invited to become a member; and
  3. the applicant agreeing to pay an annual membership fee of £50.

Latest article

  • Alert: yes we can. Remote Justice. The New Norm!

    This article will (i) review the recent legislation, guidance and protocols as they applies to commercial litigation in the High Court (ii) identify some of the key practical challenges for court users and judges, and (iii) raise some (so far) unanswered questions, in particular, whether any or all of the measures that are now being introduced will continue once the pandemic subsides and the courts reopen fully.

    Article by Jane Colston (Partner) and Ravinder Thukral (Partner) of Brown Rudnick LLP

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