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Advanced Investigative Techniques
Civil Rights Seminar
Moving Into Management
The Hilton Savannah Desoto in Savannah, GA
National Cybercrime Conference
Sheraton Four Points, Norwood, MA
Persuasive Legal Writing
National Advocacy Center, Columbia, SC
Representation of State Agencies
New York University Law School; New York, NY
This 1.5 day course will provide attendees with an overview of agency representation. Topics will include: nuts and bolts of agency representation; who is the client (including opinion related issues); state agencies and parallel proceedings; when agencies sue each other: handling conflicts; ethics: establishing and enforcing guidelines for public employees; public record requests v discovery; dealing with litigation holds and e-discovery; and client counseling fundamentals. In addition to lectures presented by attorneys from the AG community, the program will include several panel discussions with practical exercises and scenarios.
DATE: April 29, 2014 - April 30, 2014 LOCATION: Louisville, KY DEADLINE: Friday, March 28, 2014 CATEGORIES: State; Agencies
During the course of the program, Fellows will develop a paper, in consultation with their individual offices, on a topic of their choosing or among those suggested below. While in D.C., the Fellows will meet with experts in public health from universities and the federal government as well as a mentor who will assist in conducting research for developing their paper. In New York, the Fellows will present their papers and discuss opportunities to expand public health awareness within the Attorney General community.
DATE: May 01, 2014 - May 02, 2014 LOCATION: Washington, DC and New York City, NY DEADLINE: To be determined. CATEGORIES: Public Health; Healthcare
DATE: May 05, 2014 - May 06, 2014 LOCATION: This training will take place at the Westin Georgetown (2050 M Street NW, Washington DC 20037) DEADLINE: Monday, March 24, 2014 CATEGORIES: Crime- National- Symposium
DATE: May 15, 2014 - May 16, 2014 LOCATION: Columbia, SC DEADLINE: To be determined. CATEGORIES: Faculty; Train the Trainers; Development
This 3-day seminar is for individuals in Attorneys General offices who are moving into management.
The purpose of the NAGTRI International Fellows Program is to provide a forum for elite government attorneys from around the world to learn from each other, explore common issues together, and establish an international network to the mutual benefit of their respective offices. Approximately twenty participants will be selected to take part in this year’s program. Please understand that this is a challenging and demanding program, requiring full engagement in the materials, research and discussion with a class project as the ultimate goal. This year, the focus of the program will be the rule of law. Fellows are not expected to be experts in this area or even have dealt with the issue in the course of their duties. Rather, the topic serves as a vehicle for the class to jointly analyze an issue with fresh and unique perspectives. The Fellows will each produce an article on this theme, which will be published in the NAAG newsletter.
DATE: June 07, 2014 - June 15, 2014 LOCATION: Washington, DC and New York, NY DEADLINE: Wednesday, April 23, 2014 CATEGORIES: International; Fellowship
DATE: June 09, 2014 - June 10, 2014 LOCATION: Washington, D.C. DEADLINE: Friday, May 9, 2014 CATEGORIES: Crimes; High Tech
DATE: June 23, 2014 - June 26, 2014 LOCATION: Westin Peachtree Hotel; Atlanta, GA DEADLINE: Monday, May 12, 2014 CATEGORIES: None
This seminar is recommended for staff attorneys/managers who are charged generally and specifically with civil rights enforcement duties whether in the affirmative or litigation vein from the attorney general offices and/or their states human rights commissions. The seminar will provide participants with the opportunity to stay abreast of developing and ongoing issues, as well as enhance the communication and networking ability of the civil rights contacts in the Attorney General offices. Topics will include speaker and interactive panel discussions on: the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act (“CRIPA”), Human Trafficking, and the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA). Additionally, an Ethics session will explore how states handle the potential conflict of interest in issues involving state agencies where government lawyers may be on both sides. The seminar faculty members will include members of the state attorney general offices, members from federal agencies including U.S. Department of Justice, Department of Labor, U.S. Housing and Urban Development, among others.
DATE: June 25, 2014 - June 27, 2014 LOCATION: Baltimore, MD DEADLINE: To be determined. CATEGORIES: Civil Rights