Attorneys general from around the country will gather in Vermont for their national summer meeting.
The meeting of the National Association of Attorneys General begins Tuesday in Burlington and runs through Thursday.
Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith is the keynote speaker.
The meeting will include presentations on privacy and data security regulation, civil rights issues, and law enforcement. Other talks scheduled focus on the opioid epidemic, sexual violence on campus, police use of force investigations and media relations.
About 20 attorneys general are expected to attend, as well as representatives from law firms, corporations and nonprofit organizations.