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The NAGTRI Journal is published quarterly. The journal's goal is to help further the mission of the state and territorial attorneys general. To that end, please always feel free to tell us how we can do better. We look forward to the growth of the NAGTRI Journal, and know that all our members—attorneys general and their staff—will be an integral part of its advancement.
These projects are designed to assist attorneys general in their efforts to use evidence-based approaches to reducing opioid use and abuse in their states.
Summary for Attorneys General
This document summarizes relevant provisions of the law related to the creation of the Bureau and highlights some sections of importance to the Attorneys General in crafting a partnership with this new Federal agency.
Dan Schweitzer, Director, Supreme Court Project
An overview of the procedures and strategies applicable to the cert process.
Editor: Karen Cordry, NAAG Bankruptcy Chief Counsel, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bankruptcy Bulletin is a periodic (5-6 times per year) publication of the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI), a branch of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG). It is a summary of federal court decisions and bankruptcy news over the preceding months that may be of interest to attorneys general offices and others who deal with any of the matters that may be impacted by bankruptcy proceedings, including tax, pension and general collection matters; environmental issues, consumer protection, child support and many other areas.
Contact NAAG Bankruptcy Chief Counsel Karen Cordry email@example.com to subscribe.
Editor: Amy Ely, CEPI Director and NAGTRI Program Counsel, firstname.lastname@example.org
This monthly newsletter, brought to you by the Center for Ethics & Public Integrity (CEPI), surveys current cases, legislation, and trends in anticorruption enforcement and legal ethics. News about corruption, and the efforts to fight it, couldn't be more timely. In the last few years, dozens of politicians have traded cufflinks for handcuffs, and the governments of foreign countries have crumbled from the weight of graft and bribery. The CEPI Newsletter will help you stay on top of corruption problems and anticorruption efforts, as well as ethical issues of interest to government attorneys.
Editor: Blake Bee, NAGTRI Center for Consumer Protection Program Counsel, email@example.com
Center for Consumer Protection Monthly is a publication of the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI), a branch of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG). The publication is a compendium of information that may be of interest to the attorney general community and others interested in consumer protection.
Cybercrime News covers the cyber world - from ransomware alerts to the Internet of Things and from child pornography arrests to texting while driving laws. Plus - full coverage of cybercrime initiatives happening in the attorney general community.
This Bulletin is a must read for the e-discovery practitioner! Learn what's new in metrics, "bring your own device" policies, court decisions on spoliation, preserving attorney-client privilege and much, much more. Plus, find out how to enroll in free NAGTRI e-discovery webinars.
Editor: Emily Myers, Antitrust and Powers & Duties Chief Counsel, firstname.lastname@example.orgThe NAGTRI Journal is published quarterly. The journal's goal is to help further the mission of the state and territorial attorneys general. To that end, please always feel free to tell us how we can do better. We look forward to the growth of the NAGTRI Journal, and know that all our members - attorneys general and their staff - will be an integral part of its advancement.
Privacy law is the hot topic of today - and Privacy Law News covers it all every two months - from drone privacy rules and cybersecurity checklists to courtroom cameras and European Union data transfer issues. Plus, complete coverage of Federal Trade Commission and Federal Communications Commission updates and court decisions and settlements on privacy issues.
Editor: Dan Schweitzer, Center for Supreme Court Advocacy Director, email@example.com
The Supreme Court Report is published weekly during the U.S. Supreme Court Term by the NAAG Center for Supreme Court Advocacy.