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Our CFL™ courses include exclusive instruction, hands-on training skills needed in today’s competitive legal world, and the instruction for success in earning the CFL™ designation.

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About the CFL™ Course
​Position yourself with credibility in your profession by becoming a CFL™. The CFL™ designation represents the successful completion of the CFL training curriculum and the successful passing of the CFL exam. Only members of the AACFL may enroll in this course.

The Training Course covers a wide range of topics essential for a financial litigator. A full list of topics is listed on the AACFL website and include understanding tax returns, understanding financial statements, business tax returns, determining income for support purposes, accounting for lawyers, investment types, business valuation, tax considerations, and much more. Our approach to training is interactive and is based on class exercises followed by discussion.

This course has been developed exclusively by the AACFL faculty and includes experts in their fields. The faculty and curriculum developers consist of Attorneys, CPAs, CFAs, MBAs, PhDs and other talented experts. All participants will receive the course materials, reference materials, practice aids, practice checklists and financial analysis resources.

The course will cover all of the information included on the CFL™ exam.

You can expect to learn about these important financial topics
  • Accounting for Attorneys
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • The Anatomy of Tax Returns and Tax Documents
  • Taxation
  • Tax Return Analysis
  • Understanding Investments
  • Compensation Issues
  • Business Valuation
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Economic Analysis for Attorneys
  • Income Available for Support Purposes
  • Lost Profits and Lost Wages
  • How to Cross Examine a Financial Expert
  • Preparing Targeted Document Requests for Financial Data