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AG Event Insider

The most significant national attorney general organizations are:

  • The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG)
  • The Attorney General Alliance (AGA, formerly the Conference of Western Attorneys General, CWAG)
  • The Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA), and
  • The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA).

NAAG and AGA are non-political. DAGA and RAGA represent the interests of their politically-affiliated memberships. These organizations meet regularly in person and virtually throughout the year and provide opportunities to connect with AGs and their senior staff. These meetings are important forums for information exchange, for keeping a finger on the pulse of what is important to AGs, and for building and maintaining personal relationships with AGs and their staffs. Cozen O’Connor State AG Group attorneys attend these meetings on a regular basis, both on our own behalf as well as on behalf of clients.

Here we highlight some of the important events in the AG calendar, and provide our perspectives on events we have attended.


ESG Issues Remain Front and Center for AGs and Congress

By: Emily Yu

Utah AG Sean Reyes and Alabama AG Steve Marshall testified at a recent House Committee on Oversight and Accountability hearing, reinforcing that AGs continue to take serious interest in the impact of ESG-based investing.


Upcoming Events


  • RAGA Summer National Meeting

    JW Marriott, Nashville, TN

  • AGA Annual Meeting

    Terranea Resort, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA


  • DAGA Presidential Partners Retreat

    Gurney's Newport, Newport, RI

  • AGA Women’s Empowerment Summit

    Brooklyn, NY


  • AGA Chair’s Initiative: Energy & Environmental Stewardship

    Seattle, WA

  • RAGA Victory Fund Golf Retreat

    Pebble Beach Resort, Pebble Beach, CA


  • DAGA Minneapolis Policy Conference

    Marriott City Center, Minneapolis, MN

  • RLDF Senior Staff Meeting

    The Omni, Louisville, KY

  • AGA International Delegation



  • AGA Cannabis, Cyber, Sports Betting Working Group Meeting

    Boston, MA

AG Association Insider

  • National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG)

    The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) is the nonpartisan national forum for the 56 state and territory attorneys general and their staff. NAAG provides a community for members to collaboratively address issues important to their work and resources to support attorneys general in protecting the rule of law and the United States Constitution.


    Read the latest NAAG news here.

  • AG Alliance (AGA, formerly the Conference of Western Attorneys General, CWAG)

    The AG Alliance initiates meetings, panels and discussions and serves as a host forum for bipartisan cooperation in the attorney general community. The AG Alliance cultivates and maintains these relationships through webcasts, working groups and social activities.
    Founded in the West, CWAG has always been a home for western state attorneys general to collaborate on traditionally western issues like public lands, water rights and tribal issues. With associate members joining from all over the country, and transnational legal issues emerging around the world, our interests and expertise have ventured beyond the boundaries of the West.


    Read the latest AGA news here.

  • Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA)

    The Democratic Attorneys General Association provides political and policy support to Democratic State Attorneys General in their mission to protect citizens, promote progress and support civil rights.


    Read the latest DAGA news here.

  • Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA)

    The Republican Attorneys General Association works with attorneys general across the country to support and promote the rule of law, limited government, legal reform, public safety, and the preservation of conservative values.


    Read the latest RAGA news here.