We’re Hiring! How to Create an Effective Job Description to Attract Talent

This webinar is hosted by the NAGTRI Center for Leadership Development. Tuesday, April 20 at 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET This interactive webinar offers information on developing and updating position descriptions as tools that support overall performance management. The presenter will: Address the value and purpose of job descriptions and essential content. Suggest best practices…

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Consumer Chief of the Month: Kate Carter, Deputy Attorney General, Kansas Attorney General’s Office

Kate Carter, deputy attorney general for the Kansas Attorney General’s Office, is Consumer Chief of the Month for February 2021.

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Federal Consumer Protection News and Other Items of Interest: February 2021

This article includes recent federal consumer protection news.

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Attorney General Consumer Protection News: February 2021

This article summarizes recent attorney general consumer protection news, including multistate and individual attorney general actions.

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NAAG Supports Development of Prosecutorial Guidelines Focused on Promoting Journalist Safety

Recent unsettling events in the United States have reminded us that protecting journalists and safeguarding enshrined principles like freedom of the press and expression are paramount to the overall welfare of any society. Most recently, mobs that stormed the U.S. Capitol during the January 6 riots sought to target elected and other government officials but…

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Deposition Skills

This intensive, online advocacy course consists of on-demand lessons covering different aspects of depositions, followed by a live, two-day online session where participants will conduct and defend depositions based on a fictional case file. The on-demand lessons consist of videos, PowerPoint presentations, handouts, and next steps for participants to prepare for the live session. The…

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Creating Motivation in a Remote World

Working from home has been a seamless transition for some and a challenging one for others. Distractions come easy around the house. Kids need attention, household chores must be completed, and working for an attorney general office is always demanding. As attorney general office managers, keeping your employees motivated in a remote world where anyone…

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States’ Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Helps Implement CDC Strategies to Reduce Tobacco Use

The Centers for Disease Control recently published results from its 2020 National Health Interview Survey on the subject of “Tobacco Product Use Among Adults – United States, 2019.”(( Cornelius ME, Wang TW, Jamal A, Loretan CG, Neff LJ. Tobacco Product Use Among Adults — United States, 2019. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2020;69:1736–1742. DOI: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/69/wr/mm6946a4.htm?s_cid=mm6946a4_w  ))…

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Trial Advocacy

This intensive, online advocacy course consists of eight on-demand lessons covering different aspects of trial advocacy, followed by a live, four-day online session where participants will various trial skills based on a fictional case file. The on-demand lessons consist of videos, PowerPoint presentations, handouts, and self-work for participants to prepare for the live session. Pre-work…

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Legal and Policy Implications for COVID-19 Vaccines

This intensive, online training consists of on-demand lessons covering various aspects of COVID-19 vaccines,  followed by a live, three-hour online session where participants will explore possible legal implications of the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval of COVID-19 vaccines. The on-demand lessons will consist of videos, PowerPoint presentations, and handouts for participants to prepare for…

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