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The American Bar Foundation Welcomes the 2021 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows

The American Bar Foundation (ABF) has chosen five exceptional undergraduate students to take part in the 2021 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program (SURF). The students were selected among a highly competitive group of applicants for their excellent work throughout their current undergraduate careers. The 2021 Fellows are Natasha Chaiyarat, Laura Fagbemi, Connor Herbert, Nicole Maria Mateo, and Sasha Matsuki.

Also known as the Montgomery Summer Research Diversity Fellowship Program, the SURF program offers undergraduate students from underrepresented groups a hands-on learning experience in the field of law and social science research.

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