Florence Roisman is the William F. Harvey Professor of Law at Indiana University. She earned her B.A. in English from the University of Connecticut and LL.B. from Harvard University.
The substantive focus of her practice, teaching, and writing has been on low-income housing, homelessness, and housing discrimination and segregation.
Roisman, Florence Wagman. “Living Together: Ending Racial Discrimination and Segregation in Housing.” Ind. L. Rev. 41 (2008): 507-521.
Roisman, Florence Wagman. “End Residential Racial Segregation: Build Communities That Look Like America.” Harv. L. & Policy Rev. 2 (2008): 1-3.
Roisman, Florence Wagman. “Keeping the Promise: Ending Racial Discrimination and Segregation in Federally Financed Housing.” Howard Law Journal 48 (2004): 103-176.