National Association of Attorneys General
What is the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG)?
Founded in 1907, the National Association of Attorneys General facilitates interaction among attorneys general as peers, thereby enhancing the performance of attorneys general and their staffs to respond effectively to emerging state and federal legal issues.
NAAG coordinates state-federal working groups on topics of mutual concern. It plans and executes a continuing legal education (CLE) program for state lawyers, including over 100 trainings, conferences, summits, emerging issue forums, and special events yearly, with attendance in the thousands. NAAG also publishes written reports, monographs, and numerous newsletters on a wide range of substantive topics. These newsletters are available free to the public by subscription. The Association also serves as liaison to the federal government in a variety of areas, including environment, consumer protection, criminal law, and appellate advocacy.