Fred P. Bosselman, FAICP

Fred Bosselman's research on the constitutional limits of land use control and the states' emergence into the land use arena has defined the legal landscape for planning in the U.S. As a drafter of the American Law Institute's Model Land Development Code, Bosselman influenced the direction of state planning statues. Some of his most collaborative distinguishing work includes: consulting with the National Commission on Urban Problems, representing the Florida Audubon Society in bringing litigation to protect endangered species on North Key Largo, and helping the state of California in the development of Natural Community Conservation Plans for Orange and San Diego counties. Inducted in 2002.