The National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute
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.
This manual was drafted to serve as a guide for state prosecutors who are involved in prosecuting criminal cases involving intellectual property theft or misappropriation.
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.
Papers submitted as part of the Public Health Law Fellowship program.
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.
Lisa Kohl, Law Clerk
Growing scientific conclusions concerning the existence of climate change and increased executive and legislative attention given to the issue indicate that climate change regulation is increasingly probable..
Second Circuit's September 21, 2009 decision in Connecticut v. American Electric Power Company, Inc., Nos. 05-5104-cv, 05-5119-cv
Sarah Bertozzi, Visiting Counsel
A summary of the panel's September 21 opinion and a discussion of its ramifications, beginning, as the court did, with background on Plaintiffs' complaints and the District Court's Opinion and Order.
Dan Schweitzer, Director, Supreme Court Project
An overview of the procedures and strategies applicable to the cert process.