Our training programs are primarily taught and supported through the time and commitment of volunteer staff from attorney general offices across the country. The diverse experiences of NAAG faculty bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to each program.
Who are NAAG Faculty?
- Faculty are subject matter experts in topics pertinent to the legal world.
- Most faculty members are staff from attorney general offices who volunteer their time and talent to bring out the best in government lawyers. Get to know our faculty.
- Faculty are a part of a dedicated legal community investing in the education and development of their peers across the country. View past NAAG Faculty of the Year Award Winners.
Why Serve as NAAG Faculty?
Just a few of the many benefits to serving as faculty include:
Serving as faculty offers valuable professional development to attorney general staff because teaching the material reinforces knowledge and practices. Faculty also learn new techniques from their colleagues. And the same skills that faculty use to teach (engaging an audience, presenting information succinctly and memorably) translates to the office and the courtroom.
There is a strong sense of community amongst our faculty. When serving together at NAAG training programs, attorneys and judges from different jurisdictions across America not only network and learn from each other, but also forge lasting friendships. We are proud of these connections, and it fosters a sense of community among faculty.
Becoming a member of the NAAG faculty helps bring out the best in government attorneys. Faculty perform a service to the legal community and help to raise the bar of advocacy among attorney general offices across America. Participants at NAAG training programs consistently express their praise and gratitude for the insights they learn from our faculty.
About Serving as Faculty
- There is no minimum time commitment. You can teach at one training or 10.
- You can teach online or in-person. NAAG pays for faculty’s travel, accommodations, and meals for in-person programs.
- There is no obligation to serve. We send periodic emails inviting faculty to upcoming programs, and faculty respond with their interest and availability; we simply ask for their time, passion, and expertise.
- We welcome attorneys from all practice areas. NAAG training programs focus on legal skills, such as trial advocacy, legal writing, motion practice, and depositions. Programs also address substantive topics such as consumer protection, ethics, and human trafficking.
Become a Faculty Member
Please let us know your interest. We will reach out to set up a meeting to discuss your practice and teaching experience and to answer any questions you may have.