National Association of Attorneys General
Are there regional meetings of attorneys general?
The NAAG Regional Conferences (Eastern, Midwestern, and Southern) each have a chair and a vice chair. Leadership in the three regions is selected at the Summer Meeting. The Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG) selects its leadership at its Summer Meeting and has its own staff. The other three regions do not have their own personnel and are staffed by individuals in attorneys general offices, with advice from the NAAG staff.
The Western region traditionally holds a yearly meeting for attorneys general. All attorneys general are welcome. The chairs of the Eastern, Midwestern, and Southern regions decide whether to hold an annual regional meeting, and if so, where it is held and what the agenda focus will be.