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ABF Research Professor Gives Keynote at Second Annual China Human Rights Lawyers Day 

American Bar Foundation Research Professor, Terence Halliday, a specialist in globalization and law who is completing a National Science Foundation funded research project on the development of criminal procedure law and practice in China, gave the keynote speech at the second annual "China Human Rights Lawyers Day" on July 8 at Fordham Law School in New York City. Organized by a group of international human rights organizations, the second annual event honored the current plight of China's human rights lawyers and activists, who have been severely persecuted by the Chinese government since the early 2000s for defending the laws and freedoms of Chinese citizens. Read more»

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ABF Research Professor, Traci Burch, to Present "Holding Police Accountable" at 2018 ABA Annual Meeting Aug 1, 2018

Media Advisory WHAT: Fellows of the American Bar Foundation Program, CLE Research Seminar: "Holding Police Accountable: Promoting Transparency in Police Conduct," co-sponsored by the Fellows of the… more

New Starbucks Coffee Report Created in Wake of Racial Discrimination in Stores Cites Research by Former ABF Doctoral Fellow Jul 30, 2018

CHICAGO, July 30, 2018 - Former American Bar Foundation (ABF) Doctoral Fellow, Ayobami Laniyonu, and his article, "Coffee Shops and Street Shops: Policing Practices in Gentrifying Neighborhoods," was… more

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