National Association of Attorneys General – Bridge-to-Practice Fellows

December 6, 2013

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) is pleased to host bridge-to-practice fellows from the Class of 2014. NAAG is the professional organization for the Attorneys General Offices of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the five territories. Through its training and research arm, the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute, it conducts training in both professional skills and substantive issues for the Attorneys General and provides research assistance. Our law school graduate fellows whom we have been privileged to host have been invaluable members of our staff and have experienced a wide variety of activities. They have conducted research and authored manuals for the Attorneys General offices; attended meetings with White House, congressional, and international organizations, such as the World Bank and the International Association of Prosecutors; assisted with the editing of Supreme Court amicus briefs; conducted research and assisted in the writing of briefs for NAAG’s Tobacco project; helped provide legal research for our substantive trainings, such as intellectual property theft and human trafficking; developed articles for the NAAGazette; assisted with our International Fellows program; and attended NAAG professional trainings and meetings. Several have gone on to full-time jobs with Attorneys General offices; all have subsequently found full-time jobs in their areas of interest in the law. We would encourage you and your graduates to consider NAAG as a host for your bridge-to-practice fellowship program. If you have any questions, please contact Chris Toth, Executive Director, National Association of Attorneys General at 202-326-6021 or


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