NAAG member services assist attorneys general and their staff in collaboratively and effectively addressing issues important to their work.
NAAG supports the attorney general community through:
- Involvement and Collaboration
- Legal and Strategic Consulting
- Legal Representation and Counsel
- Information and Research
- Professional Development
- Outreach and Visibility
Explore some of the many services NAAG provides the attorney general community below or learn more about our work.
How NAAG Serves the Attorney General Community
Some of the services and benefits NAAG provides attorney general offices include:
NAAG offers over 100 trainings and meetings for members every year. These events offer continuing legal education (CLE) opportunities and scholarships. NAAG members also have access to education programs through the Practicing Law Institute (PLI).
Policy & Advocacy
NAAG is the bipartisan voice and advocate of the nation’s attorneys general. Discover how our outreach to policymakers strengthens the attorney general community.
Promoting Attorneys General and Their Work
NAAG has several standing and special committees focused on issues of importance to the work of attorneys general. Committees are charged with studying all substantive matters within their jurisdiction and recommending policy positions for action by the full Association.
Appellate Advocacy Support
The NAAG Center for Supreme Court Advocacy conducts moot courts to help states present cases effectively before the U.S. Supreme Court. The Center also edits state briefs, facilitates amicus briefs, and sponsors Supreme Court Fellowships each Term.
Tobacco Litigation Support
The NAAG Center for Tobacco and Public Health assists states with the implementation and enforcement of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.