The National State Attorneys General Program is available as a source of valuable information related to the role of state attorneys general.
Browse through the Program's extensive archives of news articles, scholarly articles, student papers, and more.
View our library of video presentations by a wide variety of experts on the powers and duties of the state attorney general.
Listen to AGs, AAGs, and others discuss the work of state attorneys general.
View articles by students and Program affiliates that have been featured in major publications and law reviews.
View Columbia Law students' past papers on a variety of subjects, including antitrust, charities, consumer protection, disasters, ethics, immigration, multistate issues, powers and duties, and securities.
Read articles on newly elected or appointed attorneys general as well as best practices guide for incoming AGs.
Read information on specific regulations for individual states' offices of attorney general.
A chart delineating the generic roles and responsibilities of key positions in offices of state attorneys general.
Read past editions of the Program's newsletters, featuring updates from the Program and around the world of attorneys general.
View other online information on AGs.
Click on any state to be taken to the website of its attorney general.