Registration is Now Open for Combined Programming

Attorney General Symposium

The Attorney General Symposium provides a forum for attorneys general to work on bipartisan initiatives and collaborate with and learn from local, state, and federal partners. A variety of topics and issues facing constituents will be addressed, such as prosecutorial relationships, a National Town Hall in partnership with the National Constitution Center and much more! Monday April 17 will be a private program for attorneys general and their staff. Tuesday, April 18 will be open to the public.

Presidential Summit: Serving Those Who Serve

NAAG President and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s Presidential Summit will be held on Wednesday April 19. This half-day event will include sessions relevant to enhancing attorney general involvement and engagement in connecting soldiers returning home with relevant and timely services to successfully reenter civilian life. An email will be sent out to all attorney general offices separately with Scholarship information.


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April 17-19, 2023

Philadelphia, Penn.

The NAAG Attorney General Symposium is an annual conference allowing attorneys general to discuss legal issues and challenges impacting the states. Part of the conference is open to public registration and the rest is a private program for attorneys general and their staff.

The event is hosted each spring at a location determined by the NAAG Executive Committee.

For a list of commonly asked questions about NAAG meetings, visit the FAQs page.

Meeting Contacts

Emma Shaw, Program Coordinator

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