Internet for All Americans: NTIA’s BEAD Program and the Role of State Attorneys General Offices, State/Local Agencies, and Offices of Inspector General

Known as the “Internet for All Initiative,” the BEAD program is administered by the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)
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Masterclass Professional | Dealing with Challenging Public Interactions

The course covers skill development in hearing vs. listening, building rapport and relationships with the public, and utilizing questions and response techniques.
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Masterclass | Mastering Hearsay

This webinar will demystify hearsay and empower you to navigate hearsay issues at trial. We’ll provide a comprehensive overview of what is – and isn’t – hearsay, discuss the evidentiary rules governing hearsay and the rationale behind them, and offer tips for anticipating, making, and meeting hearsay objections.
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The State of State Technology and Cybersecurity

CyTech Monthly Series The State of State Technology and Cybersecurity: A Briefing for the NAAG Community Please join us for our annual state technology and cybersecurity update from our partners at the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO). NASCIO leaders will discuss: The key technology trends occurring in the states. The generative and…
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Masterclass | Sleuthing in Cyberspace: Navigating Online Investigations

This presentation provides the audience with various methods for locating and verifying information using free online tools and databases.
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Practical AI for the Practice of Law

Amidst a sea of AI seminars, this aims to give you the practical knowledge that you need to understand recent changes in technology that have catapulted AI into the legal spotlight. We will give a brief overview of how this technology works, the ethical questions surrounding this technology, and an overview of the tools available…
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Oral Advocacy vs. Written Advocacy: Synergizing the Two to Maximize Your Legal Practice

Join us for a webinar designed to merge two advocacy skills. This Masterclass will discuss the intersection between oral advocacy and legal writing. We will empower the audience to overcome the stigma of “being only a good orator or writer” by highlighting the parallel between legal writing and oral advocacy. We will challenge the audience…
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Life of a Civil Case

This basic and introductory presentation will help Attorney General’s Office staff who are not experienced with civil procedure to understand how a civil case makes its way through the court system. This presentation will track a case from its beginning through initial pleadings and discovery and will end with a discussion of the possible ways…
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The Influence of People: Cognitive Based Influence for Attorneys to Use in Court

Join us for a webinar designed to transform your courtroom strategies. In this program, we will delve into crucial topics that will enhance your effectiveness in the legal arena, including: Harnessing cognitive communicating techniques to unlock memory retrieval and enhance response accuracy. Understanding the dynamics of influence for persuasion within legal proceedings. Building rapport and…
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Charities 101 Training Virtual

This four-session program is intended to enhance the participant’s knowledge and skills in a constructive and positive learning environment facilitated by experienced attorneys serving as faculty. While the course will discuss investigation and litigation issues, this is NOT a trial advocacy course in the strict sense of the term. Rather, it is designed to expose…

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