National Association of Attorneys General
The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) was founded in 1907 to help Attorneys General fulfill the responsibilities of their office and to assist in the delivery of high quality legal services to the states and territorial jurisdictions. NAAG's mission is: "To facilitate interaction among Attorneys General as peers. To facilitate the enhanced performance of Attorneys General and their staffs." NAAG fosters an environment of "cooperative leadership," helping Attorneys General respond effectively - individually and collectively - to emerging state and federal issues.
The Association fosters interstate cooperation on legal and law enforcement issues, conducts policy research and analysis of issues, and facilitates communication between the states' chief legal officers and all levels of government. The Association's members are the Attorneys General of the 50 states and the chief legal officers of the District of Columbia, the Commonwealths of Puerto Rico (Secretary of Justice) and the Northern Mariana Islands, and the territories of American Samoa, Guam, and the Virgin Islands. The U.S. Attorney General is an honorary member.
The National Association of Attorneys General is an Equal Opportunity Employer
DC | NAGTRI Visiting Fellow
The NAGTRI fellow conducts research and assists with authoring manuals for the attorneys general offices; attends meetings with White House, congressional, and international organizations around the world; assists with the editing of Supreme Court amicus briefs; conducts research and assists in the writing of briefs for NAAG's Center for Tobacco and Public Health; helps provide legal research for our substantive trainings such as intellectual property theft and human trafficking; develops articles for NAGTRI's quarterly journal; assists with our International Fellows program; and attends NAAG professional trainings and meetings. Fellows possess strong time management and organizational skills; have the ability to multi-task; and adapt quickly to changing work priorities. Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office, LexisNexis, and Outlook); strong communications skills; and the ability to maintain strict confidentiality, professionalism, composure, and discretion are essential.