Volume 5, Number 12

December 19, 2011

Ending Modern Day Slavery
By Rob McKenna, NAAG President and Washington State Attorney General ‪
In 1865, the United States ended slavery within its borders. Or did it? While chattel slavery indeed ended with the Civil War and the passage of the 13th Amendment, the drive to profit from the unwilling efforts of others persists.
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Decisions Affecting the Powers and Duties of Attorneys General
By Emily Myers, Antitrust Counsel
This is another in our series reporting on recent decisions from across the country affecting the powers and duties of Attorneys General.
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AG Spotlight
Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden added to his many roles when he was appointed this year as chairman of the American Legacy Foundation’s Board of Directors to guide the organization’s strategic goals and objectives.
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Cleanup of Department of Energy Sites is Focus of Intergovernmental Meeting
By Paula Cotter, Energy & Environment Counsel
Staff from a dozen Attorneys General offices attended a Dec. 11 -15 meeting with representatives of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to discuss progress on the large, long-term project of cleaning up waste at the Department’s sites across the United States.
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Attorneys General Convene for NAAG Winter Meeting
Thirty-three Attorneys General gathered in San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 29 – Dec. 1 for the annual NAAG Winter Meeting, the only annual meeting for just Attorneys General and their staff. The theme was “Effective Strategies for Serving Constituents: New Realities, New Directions.”
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AG Office Initiatives
By Adam Eisenstein, Visiting Fellow
Around the time of his election in 2008, Oregon Attorney General John Kroger found that the Oregon Department of Justice had no lawyers dedicated to protecting citizens’ civil rights, especially the rights of military veterans.
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Ending Modern Day Slavery

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Trial Advocacy

September 29 - October 3, 2014
Columbia, SC
Contact: Bill Malloy

NAAG 2014 Eastern Region Meeting

September 30 - October 1, 2014
Providence, RI
Contact: Noreen Leahy

2014 NAAG/NASCO Conference

October 6 - 8, 2014
Washington, DC
Contact: Mark Neil

Trial Advocacy Training for OAG-NY

October 6 - 9, 2014
Albany, New York
Contact: Bill Malloy

Intellectual Property Theft Training Seminar: Bel Air, MD

October 6, 2014
401 Thomas Rund Road
Contact: Judy McKee

2014 NAAG Antitrust Litigation Training

October 8 - 10, 2014
Madison, Wisconsin
Contact: Emily Myers