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American Bar Foundation’s Reuben J. Miller named a 2022 MacArthur Foundation Fellow

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation announced ABF Research Professor Reuben J. Miller as 2022 MacArthur Fellow. Miller was recognized by the MacArthur Foundation as a groundbreaking sociologist, criminologist, and social worker tracing the long-term consequences that incarceration and re-entry systems have on the lives of individuals and their families.” He will receive a no-strings-attached grant of $800,000 to suppport his academic pursuits. 

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ABF/JPB Access to Justice Scholar Michele Statz Awarded NSF CIVIC Grant to Improve Access to Justice for Rural and Indigenous Communities in Alaska Oct 17, 2022

CHICAGO, October 17- ABF/JPB Access to Justice Scholar and Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota Medical School Michele Statz has been awarded a 2022 National Science Foundation CIVIC… more

Jimmy K. Goodman Elected President of the American Bar Foundation Following Lifelong Service to the Legal Profession Sep 19, 2022

Jimmy K. Goodman, senior trial attorney and past president at Crowe & Dunlevy, has become the new president of the American Bar Foundation (ABF) for the 2022-24 term. For the past two years,… more

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