The LGBT Family Law Institute, a joint venture of the LGBT Bar and the National Center for Lesbian Rights, allows experienced LGBT family law practitioners to share collective wisdom and to discuss cutting-edge legal strategies for representing members of the LGBT community.
Become a member of the LGBT Family Law Institute today! Members of FLI must become members of the National LGBT Bar Association. After applying to become a LGBT Family Law Institute member and a member of the LGBT Bar, you will be contacted for an interview before your membership is confirmed. Please contact Mari Nemec at email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the membership process.
Topics covered include:
- Family creation
- Assisted reproductive technology
- Interstate and international parentage issues
- Estate planning
- Collaborative law
- Transgender issues
- Dissolution of relationships
- Elder law
- Domestic Violence
- LGBTQ Youth
The Family Law Institute was founded in 2009 and meets every year at the LGBT Bar’s annual Lavender Law® Conference & Career Fair. In addition, all members are invited to an email listserv in which they can ask questions, give advice and simply communicate with fellow members. The LGBT Family Law Institute gives participants an opportunity to network with lawyers from other states in order to build a cadre of family law practitioners throughout the country.
Family Law Institute Governance
Executive Committee: Tiffany Palmer (director)
Membership Committee Chair: Alana Chazan
Program Committee Chair: Jill Mullins
Communications Committee Chair: Deb Guston
International Committee Chair: William Singer
To find more of our members, please visit our interactive member directory map here.
For information about regional meetings, recent litigation and other Family Law Institute resources, please use the navigation bar located at the top right of this page.
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