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3rd North American Regional Conference - 2013

Date: Wednesday 7 August 2013 - Friday 9 August 2013

Location: Providence, Rhode Island, USA

  • Conference Venue:         Providence, Rhode Island, USA
  • Conference Hotel:           Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel
  • Conference Period:         7 - 9 August 2013
  • Conference Theme:         Transnational Crime: Challenges and Strategies
  • Conference Fee:             USD 250
  • Conference Language:    English
  • Conference Website:      http://www.naag.org/third-iap-north-american-and-caribbean-regional-conference.php

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Conference Theme: Transnational Crime:  Challenges and Strategies

Conference Host:

The meeting will be sponsored by the National Association of Attorneys General and its traning and research arm, the National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute, and hosted by Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin.

Conference Venue: The capital city of Rhode Island, Providence was founded in 1636, making it one of the oldest cities in North America. The City combines the accessibility and friendliness of a small town with the culture and sophistication of a big city. With a thriving arts community, vibrant and diverse neighbourhoods, outstanding hotels, a renowned restaurant scene and so many things to do, Providence is the perfect place to visit.

The city's compact size and convenient location make it easy to get to and hard to forget. Providence is conveniently located minutes from T.F. Green Airport, and just a short distance from Rhode Island’s shoreline and luxurious beaches and Newport’s famed Gilded Age mansions.

Plan now to enjoy a high quality legal program and networking and learning from fellow prosecutors in Providence, Rhode Island, next August. 

Who can register:

The conference is available to members of NAAG and IAP and those working for organizational members of the IAP. Non-members are welcome to participate subject to availability. The conference is primarily aimed at operational prosecutors and it is expected that there will be lively discussions in a format which will mix presentations with case studies and panel discussions. This is why participants need to be sufficiently fluent in English to take part in discussions and debate.