Step 1 – How to get started in the application process?

First, check and see if your primary area of practice or profession is available in your preferred [FLN – Chapter].

View the membership grid for each [FLN – Chapter] and that will show the areas of practice that are currently available in each Chapter.

[FLN – Membership Grid – All Chapters]

What Chapter should you Join?

We always encourage prospective members to consider the [FLN – Chapter] that is most conveniently located to your regular business activities. Extended travel to inconvenient venues tends to discourage participation, and opportunities will be limited if you cannot regularly attend and participate.

What if my area of practice is currently unavailable?

Even if your primary area of practice is currently unavailable, we encourage to visit an [FLN – Chapter Meeting] to learn more about this outstanding network of attorneys and professionals.

Join Us – [FLN – Chapter Meeting]

Click on the link below to view the upcoming events, and be sure to register in advance so that we know you will be attending.

[FLN – Video] – What are the steps?
Step 2 – Once you have attended an FLN – Chapter Meeting

Once you have reviewed the information above, and attended your first [FLN – Chapter Meeting], you are ready to apply for membership.

If you have not yet attended your first, FLN – Chapter Meeting, simply click on the [FLN – Events] calendar to view the details, and join us.

Once you have completed these steps – simply send us an email to and request an [FLN – Invitation to Apply]:

Please be sure to include the following:

  • Name and Preferred contact information;
  • Name (if any) of an [FLN – Member] who nominated you;
  • Name of [FLN – Chapter] that you would like to be considered for?
  • Your primary area of practice.

Please note – If you have already learned about “FLN” from a fellow member, be sure to let us know who nominated you as this can generally expedite the process.

[FLN – Membership Dues]

[FLN – Members] contribute periodic membership dues to provide the necessary resources to operate, administrate and implement this outstanding network of attorneys and professionals.