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NAAG 2013 Summer Meeting

NAAG 2013 Summer Meeting Registration

NAAG Summer Meeting – Not to be Missed!

June 17 – 19, 2013 The Westin Copley Place Boston, Mass.

View the Final Agenda

Contact: Jeffrey Hunter at jhunter@naag.org.

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) invites you to our Summer Meeting, June 17 – 19, 2013, in Boston, Mass. Summer is a great time to explore this city affectionately known as “America’s Walking City.”

Host Martha Coakley, Massachusetts attorney general, and the AG Planning Committee are creating an agenda and confirming social outings not to be missed. The meeting will cover U.S. Supreme Court cases, the latest in online privacy, the Sorrell Lecture Series on tobacco, and include the annual NAAG awards ceremony to recognize exemplary leadership and work in the attorney general community.

For sports fans, catching a Red Sox game at Fenway Park is a must, and NAAG attendees will do just that on Tuesday evening. See the final agenda outline.

Online meeting registration and hotel information can be found by scrolling down this page. Secure your meeting attendance and make your airline and hotel reservations today.

Registration

Online registration is closed. Registrations will be accepted onsite. We look forward to seeing you at the NAAG Summer Meeting.

Hotel Information

The Westin Copley Place
10 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
617-262-9600
Reservations

The hotel room block is now full. If you are in need of a hotel room, please contact Erin McManimon at emcmanimon@naag.org for hotel suggestions.

Our special group rate ($279.00 + taxes) will be extended for 3 days pre/post based on availability but is not guaranteed.

The cut-off date is May 20, 2013. After that date, rooms may be available but they are not guaranteed at the group rate. Make your hotel reservations today.

Transportation Options

Airport Shuttle Service

Boston Hotels have a shared shuttle service daily from 6am to 4pm. The shuttle is one way from the Westin to Logan Airport. The cost is $17 per person and you do not need to make a reservation. The shuttle leaves the Westin every 30 minutes.

Trains

The closest commuter rail stop is Back Bay. It is located just across the street from the Westin. The Back Bay station is also a stop on the regular train line for the orange line. The closest green line regular train stop is Copley. This stop is located less than a block from the Westin. When exiting Copley station, you want to pass the public library on your right and the Westin is straight ahead. (cost is about $2.50/ ride)

Taxi

From the airport the ride will be between 20-40 minutes depending on traffic, usually about $30-$40 each way. There is a cab stand at our front door so there is no need to call in advance from the hotel.

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