National Association of Attorneys General
Volume 5, Number 6-7
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Washington Attorney General Receives Top NAAG Award and Becomes NAAG President
Wednesday, June 22 was a banner day for Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna. First, he received the Kelley-Wyman Award, the Association�s highest honor given annually to the Attorney General who has done the most to achieve NAAG objectives.
Giving A Voice To The Voiceless: �Pillars Of Hope� Presidential Initiative To Tackle Human Trafficking
Chris Johnson, Policy Director , Washington Attorney General�s Office and Judy McKee, NAGTRI Program Manager
Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna launched his NAAG presidential initiative at a June 23 kick-off meeting at the Drake Hotel in Chicago, Ill., one day after his induction as NAAG president.
The 2011 Supreme Court Term: The Hidden Gems
Dan Schweitzer, NAAG Supreme Court Counsel
This is the time of year when U.S. Supreme Court decisions are front page news. Who isn�t interested in the fate of campaign finance laws, violent video games, and global warming? Here is a look at a few of the hidden gems of the Court�s 2011 term.
Attorneys from 10 Countries Attend First NAGTRI International Program
Twenty government attorneys from 10 countries participated
in the National Attorneys General Training and
Research Institute�s (NAGTRI) inaugural International
Fellows program, June 4 - 12.
Summer Interns Join NAAG
NAAG is pleased to welcome and host six summer interns
of diverse backgrounds and interests.