Furman Center Scholar Wins Planning Law Writing Competition

News & Events | September 29th 2010

Michael Nadler, a 2009 Furman Center research assistant and NYU Law student, was awarded first prize in the American Planning Association’s annual Smith-Babcock-Williams Student Writing Competition. Nadler will receive a $2,500 prize and his paper, “The Constitutionality of Community Benefits Agreements: Addressing the Exactions Problem,” will be published in the Spring 2010 issue of the Urban Lawyer. View press release.

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