National Association of Attorneys General
About the Authors
Jee Young Kim has been deputy chief of the International Cooperation Center, Supreme Prosecutors’ Office, South Korea since February 2017. Prior to that she worked 10 years as a prosecutor in various South Korea district branches. She received her LL.M. at UC Berkeley School of Law and her master’s and undergraduate degrees from Seoul National University. She passed the New York State Bar in 2014.
Hedda Litwin is NAAG Cyberspace Law chief counsel and NAGTRI program counsel. She is responsible for developing cybercrime, electronic discovery and crime victim services training programs and supporting the attorneys’ general cyberspace initiatives. She writes the bi-monthly NAGTRI Cybercrime E-Newsletter and the monthly Privacy Law Newsletter and E-Discovery Bulletin. She authored the NAGTRI manual, Preparing for the Unexpected, on disaster preparation and recovery for state and territorial AG offices. She staffs the NAAG Internet Safety/Cyber Privacy & Security Committee and the Gaming Committee. She is a member of the District of Columbia, Maryland and Florida State Bars and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Miles McCann is a New Jersey native, working as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Christopher Romanyshyn in the New Jersey Superior Court, Essex County, Family Part. Barred in New Jersey, Miles is a proud graduate of George Washington University Law School and of Boston University, where he received bachelor’s degrees in Latin and International Relations. He has a passion for civil rights and campaign finance law and is eager to continue his career in the public sector after his clerkship. In his spare time, he loves spending time with his family and friends, preferably arguing sports or politics. He wants to thank everyone at NAAG for this opportunity! Miles was a NAGTRI visiting fellow from March 2017-August 2017.
Judy McKee is NAGTRI deputy director, a position she assumed when NAGTRI was formed in 2008. In that capacity, she oversees the more than 100 training programs a year that NAGTRI conducts, both in the continental United States and overseas. She supervises the other NAGTRI counsel, assisting in the planning and designing of new programs. She also serves as an instructor at numerous NAGTRI trainings. Judy received her JD degree, magna cum laude, from Washburn University in Topeka, Kan., a master's degree in English from Brown University, Providence, R.I., and a BA degree in English from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa.
Emily Myers is NAAG antitrust and powers and duties chief counsel as well as NAGTRI program counsel. She has been with NAAG since 1993. She is the editor of NAAG’s third edition book, “State Attorneys General Powers and Responsibilities,” with the fourth edition expected in early 2018. Emily is also the author of chapters on state antitrust enforcement in American Bar Association and state bar publications. As antitrust counsel, she assists states in their multistate activities and maintains the NAAG Multistate Litigation Database, a comprehensive database of state antitrust cases since 1990.
Dan Schweitzer is director and chief counsel for the NAAG Center for Supreme Court Advocacy and has worked at NAAG for 20 years. The Center staff conducts moot courts for state attorneys who argue in the U.S. Supreme Court, edits 45-50 state briefs each Term, facilitates communication among the states on amicus briefs, and holds annual training programs.
Rasmus H. Wandall, PhD, is general counsel of the International Association of Prosecutors and affiliated senior research fellow, Faculty of Law, University of Bergen. Dr. Wandall worked as senior advisor to the director of public prosecutions and advisor to the prosecutor general and the Ministry of Justice in Ethiopia. He works with prosecution services and other legal agencies worldwide, and researches and publishes widely on comparative and empirical criminal law and procedure. He holds a B.LL. (1997), a Master of Laws (2001) and a PhD (2004). Dr. Wandall is the author of “Decisions to Imprison” (Advances in Criminology, Ashgate 2009), numerous articles on empirical studies of comparative criminal justice, and most recently on trust in criminal justice administrations. He can be contacted via email about his NAGTRI Journal article, firstname.lastname@example.org.