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Alexander is again most outstanding professor
By Emory University School of Law | Emory Law | Jul 30, 2015 1:07:00 PM

For the second year in a row, Frank Alexander was voted Most Outstanding Professor by Emory Law students.

In his speech during commencement, Alexander said working with the Class of 2015 for the past three years inspired him and filled him with hope for the future. He emphasized the importance of service. "Service is a blessing to others, but it is also a blessing to you," he said.

Alexander is Founding Director of the Center as well as Sam Nunn Professor of Law. He is also co-founder of the Center for Community Progress, which helps neighborhoods around the country transform vacant, abandoned, and blighted properties into assets.

His courses include Property, Real Estate Finance, State and Local Government Law, Law and Theology, and Federal Housing Policies.

Alexander has authored more than 50 publications in the fields of real estate finance, law and theology, and community development.