National Association of Attorneys General
Can the public attend NAAG's meetings?
Each year, the Association's Capital Forum in Washington, D.C. and the NAAG Presidential Initiative Summit are open. The NAAG Attorney General Symposium in the spring has one meeting day open. Registration fees are paid by all attendees. Fees and online registration for these meetings can be found on the NAAG website approximately two months in advance of the meeting.
NAAG seminars and any legal trainings conducted by the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI), a NAAG branch, are for state and territory AG lawyers and staff. It will be noted if any portion of the seminar or training is open to public registration.
Security is a major aspect of NAAG meetings. It is important to provide a safe, secure and controlled environment for all NAAG meetings.