He is a charter fellow of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel, a fellow of the American Bar Foundation, and a member of the American, Illinois State, and Chicago Bar Associations and the ESOP Association.
What does ABF stand for?
ABF stands for American Bar Foundation (Chicago, Illinois)
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- Agile Bandpass Filter
- Air Base Flight
- Air Bearing Floor
- Air-Blown Fiber (Sumitomo Electric)
- Aircraft Battle Force (US Navy)
- Ajinomoto Build-up Film
- All but Finitely
- Allerbeste Freundin (German: very best female friend)
- Alliance Biblique Française (French: French Bible Alliance)
- American Balanced Fund
- American Baseball Foundation (Soccer, baseball, basketball, etc. for expats in Wassenaar, The Netherlands)
- American Beekeeping Federation
- American Breakfast (Thailand Hotels)
- American Bronze Foundry (Sanford, Florida)
- American Burglary & Fire Inc (St. Louis, MO)
- Ammonium Bifluoride
- Analog Beamformer
- Angry Black Female
- Animals Best Friends (Missouri)
- Anode Baking Furnace (aluminium industry)
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John Fisher College in Rochester, New York, and Stephen Daniels, a research professor at the American Bar Foundation in Chicago, Illinois.
[GRAPHIC OMITTED] [GRAPHIC OMITTED] Median income of lawyers by setting and race Practice Setting Black Hispanic Asian White Large law firm $132,500 $127,000 $150,000 $160,000 (101 + lawyers) Federal Govt $110,000 $103,000 $103,000 $98,800 Business--inside $124,000 $155,000 $163,000 $147,000 counsel SOURCE: AFTER THE JD II: RESULTS FROM A NATIONAL STUDY OF LEGAL CAREERS, THE AMERICAN BAR FOUNDATION AND THE NALP FOUNDATION FOR LAWCAREER RESEARCH AND EDUCATION
Shepherd, co-chair of the Real Estate Group of Venable LLP, has been elected as a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.
Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago, and Fellow, American Bar Foundation.
Reynolds, Howard University; and Percy Vaughn, Dean, College of Business Administration, Alabama State University discussed the problems of minority-owned small businesses, while Cherie O'Neil, University of South Florida; and Alfonso Morales, American Bar Foundation examined the special needs and attitudes of Hispanics and other recent immigrants who set up their own businesses.
American Bar Foundation Research Journal (1):87- 149, Winter 1976.
Andrews of the American Bar Foundation in Chicago, "the Constitution protects people from the federal government and in some cases from the states, but it doesn't apply to private companies unless there is a specific statute dealing with the issue.