David M. Tang Selected to Become a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation
David M. Tang, a partner of Underberg & Kessler LLP, has been selected to become a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. The Fellows of the American Bar Foundation limits membership to one percent of the licensed U.S. attorneys. The Fellows are an international honorary society of lawyers, judges, law faculty, and legal scholars. Fellows are recommended by their peers and approved by the Board of the American Bar Foundation. As stated by the American Bar Foundation,
"Nomination as a prospective Fellow is evidence of a professional distinction and constitutes a professional honor"
As a Fellow, David will contribute to the objectives of the American Bar Foundation which include: the study, improvement, and facilitation of the administration of justice and the rule of law; the promotion of the study of law and research thereon; the continuing education of lawyers and judges; the publication and distribution of addresses, reports, treatises, and other works on legal subjects; and the promotion of suitable standards of legal education.
Upon receiving news of his selection, David stated:
"I am especially honored to join the Fellows of the ABF and excited to support the Foundation’s efforts to advance the profession and promote access to justice in the communities in which we practice."