The National Association of Forensic Economics (NAFE) has members across the United States and internationally. NAFE sponsors programs at regional and national economic conferences including the Allied Social Science Associations, the Eastern Economic Association, the Missouri Valley Economic Association, the Southern Economic Association, and the Western Economic Association. NAFE also has its own Winter and International meetings. Additionally, members receive information via quarterly newsletters and have the option of joining an Internet email group on forensic economics. As a condition of membership, members pledge to adhere to NAFE's Statement of Ethical Principles and Principles of Professional Practice.
NAFE's peer reviewed academic journal, the Journal of Forensic Economics (JFE), publishes articles of interest to economists, accountants, finance and business professionals, vocational counselors, lawyers, and actuaries engaged in such fields as business valuation, commercial litigation, employment litigation, and personal injury and wrongful death torts. The JFE is indexed by major economic and social science indexing services and is in its 24th year of publication.