Cyber Threats: The Bottom Line By Jim McPherson, NAAG Executive Director My goal in this article is to go about one inch deep in the vast and bottomless ocean of information known as �cyber threats� and provide some very simple facts on the subject and a few basic references for further reading. Full Article
Supreme Court Fellows Arrive at NAAG for Winter Term The NAAG Supreme Court Fellows program gives deputy and assistant attorneys general an opportunity for direct and rigorous exposure to the practices of the U.S. Supreme Court. This hands-on experience allows selected attorneys from the Office of the Attorney General to come to Washington, D.C. for several months during the Court�s argument session. Full Article
NAAG Issues for the 113th Congress By Blair Tinkle, NAAG General Counsel and Congressional Liaison NAAG took several policy positions on federal legislation that arose in the 112th Congress that will likely arise again in the new 113th Congress: Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) reauthorization, the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) reauthorization, and support for continued funding of the Byrne Justice Assistance Program (Byrne JAG).
Corporate Corruption This is the last of four public corruption articles to appear in the monthly NAAGazette. These articles were developed by the attorneys who participated in the June 2012 National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI) International Fellows Program. Full Article