Professor Roisman Speaks at AALS Meeting on Housing Issues
Professor Florence Wagman Roisman at the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) midyear meeting which took place in New York City on June 8-12, 2010. She spoke first at the Workshop on “Post Racial” Civil Rights Law, Politics & Legal Education: New and Old Color Lines in the Age of Obama. She discussed housing issues during the plenary session entitled “The Legal (Re)production of Inequality.”
Professor Roisman also participated in the AALS Workshop on Property Law on June 12, focusing her remarks on “Tenants and the Foreclosure Crisis.”
The substantive focus of Professor Roisman's practice, teaching, and writing has been on low-income housing, homelessness, and housing discrimination and segregation. She teaches property, housing discrimination and segregation, the civil rights movement, and comparative housing law.