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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The Rise of Hate and its Deadly Consequences

On Wednesday, April 14, 2021, NAAG President and District of Columbia Attorney General Karl A. Racine will host a webinar centered on the impact of hate. The webinar will examine how attorneys general can advocate for and implement legal solutions to combat and prevent hate and better support victims, survivors, and their families. Panelists will…

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COVID-19 Vaccines Distribution: Updates and Perspectives from State and Territory Health Departments

This webinar will provide the attorney general community updates on the ongoing COVID-19 vaccine distribution process. Speakers will highlight state and territory health departments’ experiences in the roll-out as well as the challenges and successes they have identified in the process (e.g., balancing speed vs. equity). Moderator Amanda Bowes, MPH, Health Policy Analyst, National Association…

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Are Citizen Militias Protected by the Constitution?

Are citizen militias protected by the U.S. Constitution? In support of the 2021 NAAG Presidential Initiative “The People v. Hate,” Mary McCord, executive director of the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection at Georgetown University Law Center, will discuss the history of the Second Amendment and its interpretation by the Supreme Court not to protect unauthorized and unaccountable civilian…

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From Suffrage to the Office of Attorney General: A Women’s History Month Discussion

A century ago, the passage of the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote after decades of work from women who refused to be silenced. On March 18, three female attorneys general will join NAAG President Karl A. Racine for a discussion of the progress women, including women of color, have made in our…

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Crisis Standards of Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Legal and Policy-Related Issues

As various regions of the the United States have and could continue to experience COVID-19-related surges in cases, hospitals and other providers have reported scarcity in essential resources (e.g., available intensive care unit (ICU) beds, personnel, treatments, and personal protective equipment (PPE)). In response, providers as well as state, territorial, and local health authorities have…

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Insurance in the Time of COVID-19

What Your State Needs to Know about Collecting Insurance for COVID-Related Costs and Protecting Itself from Liability The unprecedented effects of the COVID-19 virus have left the states, like others, with many unexpected expenses coupled with downturns in revenues. An immediate question is whether there are insurance policies that would provide any compensation for those…

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How Scammers and Marketers Use Psychology to Persuade Consumers

In celebration of National Consumer Protection Week, the NAAG Consumer Protection Committee and NAGTRI Center for Consumer Protection will host a dialogue with experts in the field of consumer psychology and consumer advertising. They will discuss how consumers make decisions and how scammers and marketers use psychology to persuade consumers.   Dr. Dahr will focus…
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State of Hate in America: A Black History Month Fireside Chat

Join NAAG President and District of Columbia Attorney General Karl A. Racine as he kicks off his 2021 Presidential Initiative, “The People v. Hate: Standing Up for Humanity” with a webinar on Feb. 25 from 3:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET. This webinar, in celebration of Black History Month, will feature a virtual “fireside chat”…

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Cybercrime Investigations: A Comprehensive View from Two Former Prosecutors

Individuals and organizations in every state are at risk from constantly-evolving forms of cybercrime. Yet most cybercrimes go without criminal investigation or response. State attorneys general can play a critical role in increasing and improving our shared response to cybercrime. Statewide reach, as well as the ability to coordinate with local and national agencies, place…

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