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New Undergraduate Students Welcomed as 2018 Montgomery Summer Research Diversity Fellows 

Four exemplary undergraduate students were welcomed to the American Bar Foundation (ABF) this week as the recipients of the 2018 Montgomery Summer Research Diversity Fellowship (SRDF) in Law and Social Science. Erick Aguilar from Duke University, Leilanie Martinez and Rebecca Lei from the University of California, Berkeley, and Wesley Chen from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service (SFS), will work closely with specially-designated ABF Research Professors this summer and learn about the rewards and demands of a research-oriented career in law and social science.   Read more»

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New Research Finds Minority High-Crime Rate Communities Want More Prevention and Protection and Less Punishment from Law Enforcement Jul 18, 2018

CHICAGO, July 18, 2018 -A new study by American Bar Foundation (ABF) Research Professor John Hagan and co-authors examines the paradox that high-crime rate communities where residents are skeptical… more

ABF Partners with Cambridge University Press to Publish Law & Social Inquiry Jun 8, 2018

CHICAGO, June 8, 2018 - The American Bar Foundation (ABF) is delighted to announce that it has partnered with Cambridge University Press (CUP) to publish its internationally-renowned, peer-reviewed… more

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