A firm with two or more attorneys engaged in practice areas involving FDA and related agencies, including but not limited to food, drug, biologics, medical device, dietary supplements, cosmetics, tobacco and nicotine products, and cannabis-derived products. See Dues.
A not-for-profit organization whose interests and/or constituency relate to the regulation of food, drugs, biologics, medical device, dietary supplements, cosmetics, tobacco and nicotine products, cannabis-derived products, or public health. See Dues.
For those who aren’t employed by a membership-eligible organization, FDLI offers individual memberships. Scroll over each category to see if you qualify and apply.
Sole Practitioner Attorney or Consultant
A self-employed individual providing legal or consulting services who is not also employed by membership-eligible entities. An employee of a law firm or professional service organization may qualify only if they are the sole member of the firm or organization engaged in a practice area involving FDA and related agencies.
A full-time faculty member at institutions of higher education who teach, conduct research, or publish. Adjunct faculty may qualify only if they are not also employed by an entity eligible for FDLI membership.
A full-time student enrolled at a college or university is not also employed by a membership-eligible entity. Students must submit a copy of their current class schedule or other proof of full-time enrollment with their application. See Dues.