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Virtual Fall Consumer Protection Conference

Abigail Stempson

Director, NAGTRI Center for Consumer Protection
(202) 320-2902 | astempson@naag.org

Grace Garver

NAGTRI Consumer Protection Program Specialist
(202) 326-6003 | ggarver@naag.org

Virtual NAAG Fall Consumer Protection Conference
October 27-29, 2020
Online

Register Today!

This year's NAAG Consumer Protection Fall Conference will be held virtually on the afternoons of Oct. 27, 28, and 29. The agenda aims to address pressing and relevant issues specific to your role in consumer protection. On Tuesday, Oct. 27 the private, nonprofit, and government sectors are invited to attend the public portion of the conference, which also includes an optional virtual networking session. The sessions on Wednesday, Oct. 28 and Thursday, Oct. 29 are open to attorney general office staff only.

Sessions during the public portion of the conference will include panels on consumer privacy and advertising law, as well as a panel of attorneys general. Click here for a general conference agenda for the public day. Please note that it is subject to change.

Click here for a skeleton agenda for the attorney general staff-only sessions.

There is no cost to attend this conference. Through funding provided by the NAGTRI Endowment Fund, CLE will be offered at no cost to attendees. If you are an attendee who would like to receive CLE credit, please select this option during the registration process. Early registration is recommended as space is limited.

Registration

Please note the registration process has been moved to NAAG's online portal. Follow these steps to complete your registration. 



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