Professor Roisman Speaks on Right to House at Two Events in Baltimore
Professor Florence Wagman Roisman spoke on "Implementing the Right to Housing" at an event organized by the Homeless Persons Representation Project on Monday, September 27, 2010. The event was one of a four-part series with national experts on the importance of housing in our society. Following the speaker’s presentation, a local panel of experts discussed possibilities for implementation.
Professor Roisman also spoke at a faculty workshop at the University of Baltimore School of Law on the same day. The topic of her presentation was “Teaching About the Right to Housing.”
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, administrative law and real estate finance.
She is the William F. Harvey Professor of Law at Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis.