Become a Member
Interested in joining the ranks of the Legal League 100? Membership in the Legal League 100 is subject to an application process to maintain the requisite level of excellence within the organization. Firms must operate in the state which they are applying to represent. Each state is subject to a cap on the number of members it is permitted to have, which is directly proportional to the state’s share of nationwide foreclosure volume.
“The Legal League 100 represents the opportunity to forge new relationships with colleagues and clients from across the country. It is also the opportunity to lend a voice to issues in the states where we practice and influence policy and decision makers from all aspects of our industry.”
– Neil Sherman, Schneiderman & Sherman, P.C.
With the New Member Application, you must submit two letters of recommendation or two references from lenders or servicers that your firm has previously partnered with for the Legal League 100 to contact. Recommendation letters and references must include the name, title, company name, mailing address, email address, and direct phone line of the recommending servicer or lender.
Your completed New Member application, your references or letters of recommendation, and any additional information requested by this application may be submitted via email to Derek Templeton, Executive Director, at [email protected]
The Five Star Institute considers information gathered from each application as confidential, and no unauthorized review, use, forwarding, disclosure, dissemination, or distribution will occur without written consent of the applicant firm.
The completion and submission of this application does not automatically result in a membership with the Legal League 100. The Legal League 100 and Five Star Institute have the right to refuse the membership of any firm. The Legal League 100 and Five Star Institute guarantees the review and investigation into the facts and opinions expressed on this application and of the firm’s references and will contact the firm in review following this process.