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Welcome, 2015 Summer Research Diversity Fellows!

From left to right: Maritza Navarette, Meagan McKinstry, Jay Ruckelshaus, and Winta Yohannes

The 2015 recipients of the Montgomery Summer Research Diversity Fellowships in Law and Social Science will be in residence at the American Bar Foundation until July 24, 2015. During their stay, the fellows will be introduced to careers in law and social science through meetings with ABF faculty and affiliates and various field visits to Chicago-area law institutions. Each fellow will work closely with a faculty mentor on a research project.

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