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Anna Reosti

Anna Reosti is a Research Professor at the American Bar Foundation. Her scholarship explores law's relation to inequality in the criminal justice and housing settings. Her current research investigates the consequences of modern background screening practices for rental housing access and discrimination, as well as the capacity of local innovations in fair housing law to improve housing outcomes for renters with criminal convictions, evictions, and other stigmatizing background records. She received her PhD in Sociology from the University of Washington in Seattle in 2018 and originally hails from Detroit, Michigan.


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