National Association of Attorneys General
When does the Association meet?
Attorneys general convene formally for NAAG meetings three times a year: a Fall Meeting for attorneys general and AG staff only, held in late November or early December; a Winter Meeting held in February in Washington, D.C.; and a Summer Meeting, held in June. NAAG's Executive Committee selects different locations for the Fall and Summer meetings based on invitiations received from attorneys general interested in hosting the meetings. The Winter and Summer meetings are open to the public with designated registration fees.
There is also an annual NAAG Presidential Initiative Summit hosted by the NAAG president on a specific topic. It is open to the public with registration fees.
To view the full calendar of of NAAG meetings, click here.