Professor Roisman Speaks and Writes on Issues of Economic Social Justice
On September 24, Professor Florence Wagman Roisman participated in a conference at American University’s Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. The conference, co-sponsored by UC Davis School of Law and the Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy, was called “ClassCrits IV: Criminalizing Economic Inequality.” Professor Roisman spoke on a panel entitled “Brick by Brick: Understanding Systems of Domination in the Core Curriculum.”
She has also published an article in the Rutgers Law Review (Spring, 2011), a Festschrift issue for Professor John M. Payne, a leading actor and scholar in the fair housing and fair land use areas of legal scholarship, particularly with respect to the “Mount Laurel” doctrine in New Jersey. Roisman’s article is entitled “Thirteen Principles for Effective Advocacy” (63 Rutgers L. Rev . 985).