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John Hagan Receives Cesare Beccaria Medal in Gold for 'Excellence in Criminological Research'

Hagan accepts the award from Professor Frank Neubacher, President of the German Criminological Society

The German Criminological Society has awarded its Cesare Beccaria Medal in Gold to John Hagan, research professor and co-director of the Center on Law & Globalization. The award was presented on September 24 at the Annual Conference of the German Criminological Society, which convened at the University of Cologne. The Beccaria Medal in Gold, a lifetime achievement award, is given to scholars who have demonstrated excellence in research or teaching in the field of criminology, or for accomplished practitioners who have worked to prevent or investigate crime, or to rehabilitate offenders. Read more »

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Former ABF Doctoral Fellow Thomas J. Miles Appointed Dean of University of Chicago Law School Oct 7, 2015

Thomas J. Miles, a doctoral fellow at the ABF in 1998-1999, has been appointed the next dean of the University of Chicago Law School. His appointment as dean will begin on November 1. Miles’… more

Director Ajay K. Mehrotra to American Bar Endowment: ABF Must "Continue to Build on Our Strengths" Oct 1, 2015

The American Bar Endowment (ABE) sat down with ABF Director Ajay K. Mehrotra to discuss his plans for the Foundation as he begins his new leadership role. Read the interview below: The ABE has been… more

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