Lamparello Publishes on the Same-Sex Marriage Debate

April 30, 2015

Professor Adam Lamparello has just published “Why Chief Justice Roy Moore and the Alabama Supreme Court Just Made the Case for Same-Sex Marriage” in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law Online.  Within, Professor Lamparello argues that the Alabama Court of the Judiciary should remove Roy Moore from the Supreme Court of Alabama for a second…

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Professor Owsley Publishes on “Dirtbox” Airplane Electronic Surveillance

Professor Brian Owsley has just published “Spies in the Skies: Dirtboxes and Airplane Electronic Surveillance,” in the Michigan Law Review First Impressions.  Professor Owsley highlights that electronic surveillance in the digital age is essentially a cat-and-mouse game between governmental agencies that are developing new techniques and technologies for surveillance, juxtaposed against privacy rights advocates who…

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Professor Marcus Provides Insight on WANE-TV Regarding Local Criminal Case

April 29, 2015

On April 16, 2015, Professor Marcus, a former criminal defense and civil rights lawyer, was interviewed by WANE-tv regarding a local criminal case that has been at the forefront of local news coverage.  The case, which implicates the outer limits of First Amendment protected speech, involves a local woman who was arrested and charged with…

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Professor Lamparello Publishes New Article in the Dayton Law Review

April 22, 2015

Professor Adam Lamparello’s most recent article, With All Deliberate Speed: NLRB v. Canning and the Case for Originalism, has just been published in the Dayton Law Review.  In his article, Lamparello reports that record numbers of United States citizens are renouncing their citizenship. California’s citizens have amassed enough signatures to place on the 2016 ballot…

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Professor Owsley Quoted in Baltimore Sun Police Surveillance Story and Stingray Cell Phone Tracking Case

April 13, 2015

Professor Brian Owsley was quoted in the article, “Baltimore Police Used Secret Technology to Track Cellphones in Thousands of Cases”, in the April 9th edition of the Baltimore Sun newspaper.  The article can be viewed here: http://touch.baltimoresun.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-83252409/.  Additionally, Professor Owsley’s expertise on Stingray cell phone tracking technology was recently cited in the case of Martinez v….

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Professors Lamparello and MacLean Publish Amicus Brief on Unlawful Vehicle Stops

April 9, 2015

In an amicus brief regarding the Supreme Court case Heien v. North Carolina, Professors Adam Lamparello and Charles MacLean argue that law enforcement cannot justify motor vehicle stops, which require reasonable suspicion of criminal conduct, based on an officer’s mistaken interpretation of the law. Professors Lamparello and MacLean argued that reasonable suspicion of unlawful activity must be…

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Tech Law Featured on NNLSO

April 3, 2015

The Indiana Tech Law School is spotlighted this month on the National Network of Law School Officers (NNLSO) website.  Law School Registrar Anna Johnson is a national officer for NNLSO and served as primary drafter of the featured information that appears on NNLSO’s site. The feature can be seen here: http://nnlso.org/member-spotlight-indiana-tech-law-school/

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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Editorial Endorses Professor Marcus’s Recommendations for Remedial Legislative Measures

In a March 31, 2015, editorial, the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette condemned the recent RFRA legislation recently signed by Governor Pence and also called on Pence and the Indiana legislature to remedy the damage done by the legislation. Specifically, the Journal Gazette urged the approach recommended by Professor Marcus: to enact the newly proposed Freedom…

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Professor Lamparello Interviewed About Military Brain Scans in Defense One Magazine

Defense One Magazine interviewed Professor Adam Lamparello, who researches and writes in the area of brain science, mental health, and criminal law, for an article titled Could Brain Scan Protect U.S. Troops from Insider Attacks? Professor Lamparello discussed the military’s use of brain scans in Iraq, which are used to identify enemy soldiers who have infiltrated…

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WFFT-TV Features Analysis and Recommendations of Indiana Tech Law Professor Nancy Marcus in Response to National Outcry Against Indiana RFRA

April 2, 2015

In a special news segment on Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act controversy, “What Makes Indiana’s New RFRA Law Different From Other,” Fort Wayne’s local Fox News affiliate, WFFT-TV, sat down with Indiana Tech Law School’s constitutional law professor, Nancy Marcus, for an in-studio discussion of Indiana’s RFRA as compared to other state RFRA statutes that…

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