Smith-Babcock-Williams Writing Competition
Congratulations to the winners of the 34th annual Smith-Babcock-Williams Student Writing Competition for their exemplary contributions to the field of planning.
Matthew Scarano, for his article "Withholding Municipal Services to Facilitate Coastal Retreat: Legal Risks and Possibilities." Scarano graduated in 2017 from Columbia Law School.
Todd Michael Hirsch, for his article “Preservation and Progress: An Argument in Favor of Transferable Development Rights." Hirsch graduated in 2017 from Boston University School of Law with a JD and an LLM in taxation.
Monique M. Trammell, for “The Benefits and Implications of Developing Tiny Home Communities.” Trammell graduated in 2017 from Gonzaga University School of Law.