The NAAG Capital Forum is hosted annually in Washington, D.C. bringing together attorneys general to meet with federal officials, discuss important policy issues, and learn about the latest legal developments. Topics discussed at 2019 Capital Forum include: artificial intelligence, cooperative federalism, criminal justice reform, cryptocurrency, e-cigarettes, emergency and crisis management, and religious rights and anti-discrimination.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox will conclude his term as NAAG president with a final session on his Presidential Initiative, "Transformational Leadership and Civility." Presidential Historian Michael Beschloss will join General Fox for a moderated chat underscoring what attorneys general can accomplish when they work together in a bipartisan way. District of Columbia Attorney General Karl A. Racine will succeed General Fox as NAAG president on the final day of the program and will announce his Presidential Initiative.
Dec. 2-3, 2020
Dec. 6-8, 2021
The Capital Forum features guest speakers, including local and state authorities and industry leaders.
Attendees will receive a link to access the sessions and meeting materials the week of the program.
Continuing Legal Education Credit
NAAG offers continuing legal education credit (CLE) for most meetings. CLE reporting fees are included in the price of registration.