Welcome to CFAWL!

CFAWL is a professional organization devoted to:

 1.  Actively promoting the advancement and recognition of women in the legal profession;
 2.  Expanding leadership and involvement of its members in the community at large;
 3.  Furthering the common interests of, and encouraging camaraderie and learning among, its members;
 4.  Promoting women's opportunities and rights; and
 5.  Upholding the highest standards of integrity, honor, and courtesy in the legal profession

RSVP Now! CFAWL October Luncheon - October 3rd, 11:30-1:00pm

Join us for our monthly luncheon  at the Citrus Club, Downtown Orlando, featuring our speaker, Carol Wick, CEO of Harbor House.  Ms. Wick has been called the "go-to expert in our community on anything and everything related to domestic abuse" and is a sought-after speaker for national conferences on the topic.  Please plan to join us and welcome this dynamic speaker as CFAWL observes Domestic Violence Month.

All luncheon reservations must be received by Noon on Wednesday, October 1st.

Cost for CFAWL members is $20 per person if you RSVP by Noon on the Wednesday before the luncheon. Cost for CFAWL members who do not timely RSVP is $25 per person. Cost for members of the judiciary is $20 per person. Cost for non-members of CFAWL (other than members of the judiciary) is $25 per person.

Payments are collected at the luncheon. Due to the cost of the luncheon to CFAWL, members who RSVP but do not attend will be invoiced by CFAWL.

Please RSVP by clicking here

Get Involved! Join a CFAWL Committee today!

Mentoring Committee

  • This year the Mentoring Chairs are in need of a Support Team to assist with bringing CFAWL's award-winning Mentorship Program to life for 2014-2015. Members of the Support Team may be involved with pairing mentors to mentees and/or coordinating the kickoff and mid-year mentoring program events. To get involved, please complete the application at www.cfawl.org/membership.

FAWL IVP Committee

  • FAWL is partnering with Informed Voters Project (IVP), which is led in Florida by Florida Supreme Court Justice Barbara Pariente and Linda Leali.  The Project focuses on educating voters about the attacks on the judiciary and why it is important to have fair and impartial courts. FAWL has asked CFAWL to designate a chapter IVP chair, who will coordinate IVP training to our members, reach out to civic groups in the community to present IVP educational sessions, and coordinate with the Committee. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Kimberly Hosley at kimberly@mcmillenlawfirm.com.

 Click here to see all of CFAWL's upcoming awesome events!