The National Association of Legal Fee Analysis (NALFA) is 501(c)(6) non-profit professional association for the legal fee analysis field. Our members provide a range of services on attorney fee and legal billing matters.
Members of NALFA’s Attorney Fee Practice Group are qualified attorney fee experts, fee dispute mediators, and legal bill auditors. Our fee experts are retained by some of the nation’s top law firms and corporations to provide expert reports and opinions on the reasonableness of attorney fees. Our fee dispute mediators help resolve high-stakes fee disputes between parties.
Courts and clients turn to NALFA for expertise on attorney fee and legal billing matters. We recommend qualified attorney fee experts, fee dispute mediators, and legal bill auditors to law firms and corporations.
NALFA’s Organizational CV
NALFA is an approved 501(c)(6) federal tax-exempt organization under the IRS Code.
NALFA is an A.M. Best Recommended Expert Service Provider (2008-2014).
NALFA has recommended qualified attorney fees experts on legal fee and billing dispute cases ranging from $150,000-$4.3 million.
NALFA’s qualified attorney fee experts are retained by fee-seeking and fee-challenging clients (law firms and corporations) throughout the U.S.
NALFA members are certified in the Attorney Fee Dispute Practice Area.
NALFA hosts CLE programs and conferences on attorney fee and legal billing.
NALFA has introduced Best Practices for the Attorney Fee Dispute Practice Area.
NALFA’s Attorney Fees Blog reports on attorney fee requests, fee awards, fee disputes, and fee jurisprudence throughout the U.S.
NALFA works with U.S. District Courts and the MDL Judicial Panel to provide attorney fee statistics in MDL cases.
NALFA filed Amicus Curiae Briefs in Worley v. Storage USA, Pipefitters v. Oakley, in California appellate courts and in the landmark ADA case, Covington v. McNeese State University, in the Louisiana Supreme Court.
NALFA has been cited by several media outlets including, The Wall Street Journal, The American Lawyer, The Chicago Tribune, CNBC, Thomson Reuters, and The Daily Journal.