The National Association of Attorneys General

This is the only NAAG annual meeting held solely for attorneys general, attorneys general staff and invited speakers.

Fall Meeting (Attorneys General and AG Staff Only)

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    Belmond Charleston Place
    205 Meeting St.
    Charleston, S.C. 29401
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  • NAAG Fall Meeting & New Attorney General Orientation
    November 27 - 29, 2018 
    Charleston, S.C.

    Registration is now open for the NAAG Fall Meeting in Charleston, S.C., Nov. 28-29. It is the only NAAG annual meeting held solely for attorneys general, attorneys general-elect, AG staff and invited guest speakers.

    The Nov. 6 elections will bring at least 13 new attorneys general into office. As a result, a new AG orientation is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 27 and Wednesday morning, Nov. 28. NAAG will host a Monday night Welcome dinner exclusively for incoming and current attorneys general to get acquainted.

    The NAAG Fall Meeting on Wednesday and Thursday will feature two sessions covering this year’s NAAG Presidential Initiative topic, “Emergency and Crisis Management.” One is community rebuilding after a shooting, in this case focusing on the Charleston church shooting. The second is a keynote speaker from the National Center for Disaster Fraud. Other sessions will address opioids, free speech, veterans’ issues, cryptocurrency and ethics, among other topics. The meeting will conclude Thursday night with a NAAG reception and dinner honoring attorneys general who are leaving office. Don’t miss out or wait to register!

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