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
Through participation in NAAG, attorneys general and their staff benefit from:
Knowledge and skills to fulfill the responsibilities of their office.
NAAG provides high quality, nonpartisan, CLE-eligible training for attorney general offices.
Meaningful professional relationships to better address critical legal issues and serve their constituents.
Through meetings, committees, and task forces, NAAG facilitates nonpartisan collaboration where attorneys general and their staff can share insights and cooperate on legal and law enforcement issues.
Policy insights, access to federal policy leaders, and a unified voice to influence policy.
NAAG’s policy letters, engagement with policymakers, and public advocacy efforts help attorneys general advance policies that serve the country and their constituents.
Improved effectiveness before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Through NAAG’s Center for Supreme Court Advocacy, attorneys general and their staff can access brief reviews, moot courts, and other assistance to represent their jurisdiction before the nation’s highest court.
Legal services related to the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.
The NAAG Center for Tobacco and Public Health provides attorneys general with legal advice and representation on matters relating to tobacco and nicotine. Specifically, the NAAG Tobacco Center supports states’ implementation and enforcement of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.
Specialized services and consulting.
NAAG provides training, consulting, and substantive legal assistance to attorney general offices on matters related to antitrust, bankruptcy, and consumer protection.
Resources to help attorneys general and their staff serve constituents.
NAAG publications, research, and resources provide best practices and facilitate information sharing among attorney general offices.
Promotion of shared priorities and increased public awareness of the important ways attorneys general serve the country and their constituents.
NAAG raises the national profile of attorneys general with key audiences via its website, podcast, social media, and media outreach.
Opportunities to share expertise and legal knowledge with others.
Attorneys general and their staff can have their work published in the Attorney General Journal, NAAG’s online publication, and speak at events and trainings for the legal and policy communities.
Opportunities to engage with international peers and partners.
NAAG engages with partners, organizes international trips and delegations, and hosts an annual International Fellows program to promote collaboration on challenging global issues facing prosecutors and civil servants.
Support for investigations and multistate cases.
NAAG facilitates collaboration among the attorney general community related to multistate cases and supports committees that provide grant funding to support expenses related to investigation and prosecution of cases.
Consulting to evaluate and improve the performance of attorney general offices.
Upon request, NAAG provides attorney general offices support, coaching materials, and trainings to strengthen their management structure, processes, and environment.