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The American Bar Foundation Welcomes New Cohort of Access to Justice Faculty Scholars

The American Bar Foundation (ABF) is pleased to announce the 2021-2022 cohort of ABF/JPB Foundation Access to Justice Scholars. The incoming group will bring innovative research to help advance access to civil justice.

This year’s cohort features seven scholars from diverse disciplines selected by an Advisory Council from a highly qualified pool of applicants. The scholars’ work explores critical questions about access to justice for underrepresented groups, including issues such as digital exclusion and bias in virtual court proceedings, the impact of court-ordered debt on access to basics of life such as housing, and rural access to justice.

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The American Bar Foundation Launches Whose Law Is It Anyway? Podcast Apr 27, 2021

CHICAGO, April 27, 2021 - The American Bar Foundation (ABF) premiered the Whose Law Is It Anyway? podcast on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. The podcast explores U.S. and international social issues and… more

Episode 1: ...And Justice for All Apr 27, 2021

Whose Law Is It Anyway? explores social issues and legal challenges through conversations with the American Bar Foundation’s award-winning community of researchers and practitioners. Join… more

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