Masterclass Professional: Legal Research Using Westlaw

Join us as we breakdown this Westlaw training session into four areas: How to use different search techniques to find what you’re looking for. How to use filters to narrow down large results. Understanding the structure of cases and statutes and whether they’re still good law. Using folders to keep track of and share what…
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Supreme Court Report: Volume 31, Issue 7

McElrath v. Georgia, 22-721. The Court unanimously held that the Double Jeopardy Clause bars retrial of a defendant for a crime on which he was previously acquitted―even where the jury’s verdict of acquittal on one criminal charge and its verdict of guilty on a different criminal charge arising from the same facts were logically and legally impossible to reconcile.

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Masterclass Series: Ethical Obligations in the Era of E-Discovery

Technology presents unexpected challenges for attorneys when requesting or producing some form of electronically stored information (ESI). In this program, panelists will discuss the importance of the governing rules of legal ethics and professional conduct regarding the discovery of ESI. The duties of candor to the tribunal and adversaries, the mechanics of preservation of information,…
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2024 Presidential Initiative Summit

Save The Date! Each year, the NAAG president identifies an issue to raise public awareness and dedicate Association resources during their one-year term. In typical years, the Association hosts a Presidential Initiative Summit during which the NAAG president and their colleagues discuss the initiative topic, raise awareness, and suggest solutions to presented challenges. More detail…

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Anatomy of a Complex Consumer Protection Case Training

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Human Resources Officer Seminar

This program is designed for attorney general office human resource officers to network and discuss important issues of the day. A range of topics will be covered during the program including recruitment and classification, the future of work, workplace flexibility/telecommuting, and employee relations. Schedule June 27 – 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (CT) June 28…
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Habeas Corpus

This intensive, two-day training consists of presentations by experienced practitioners on various aspects of habeas work, as well as breakout sessions where faculty and attendees will discuss hypothetical scenarios to determine the best way to handle habeas matters. Participants will also discuss and review various templates for answers and motions for future habeas cases they…
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2024 Eastern Region Meeting

Save The Date! Each year we hold region meetings, which are organized by the region chairs. The chairs choose a topic of focus for each meeting and past meetings have covered a variety of issues such as cyber privacy, energy and environment, health care, human trafficking, opioid epidemic, and technology Read more about the Eastern…

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A Bipartisan Coalition of 39 State Attorneys General Urge Congressional Action on Pharmacy Benefit Manager Reform

For Release:   Feb. 21, 2024 Twitter:           @NatlAssnAttysGn WASHINGTON, D.C. –  The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter to Congressional leaders on behalf of 39 attorneys general who urge the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives to engage in meaningful debate and reform of the current practices of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). The…

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2024 Chief Deputies and Chiefs of Staff Seminar

This program is designed for senior officials in an attorney general office. Current and former chief deputies and chiefs of staff will share valuable insights and perspectives. The meeting provides attendees with opportunities to network with one another. This year’s event will share some programming with the Consumer Protection Spring Conference. Attendees can also attend…
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