Lamparello and Swann Publish with Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

July 6, 2016

Associate Dean for Experiential Learning Adam Lamparello and Assistant Professor of Law Cynthia Swann have just published their article, titled Birchfield v. North Dakota: Why the United States Supreme Court Should Rely on Riley v. California To Hold that Criminalizing A Suspect’s Refusal to Consent to a Warrantless Blood Test Violates the Fourth Amendment, with…

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Professor Yvette Lindgren Weighs in on “Baby Box” Law Interpretation

July 5, 2016

On June 28, 2016, WANE TV’s “15 Finds Out” interviewed Assistant Professor Yvonne Lindgren regarding the controversy surrounding whether the use of “Safe Haven Baby Boxes” complies with Indiana’s Safe Haven Law. The Indiana Department of Child Services claims that the law requires surrender to an actual person while the Baby Boxes’ attorney argues that…

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Rising 3L Tamzin Chesire was Primary Researcher for Lead Article in Latest Widener Law Journal

June 24, 2016

Rising 3L Tamzin Cheshire served as the primary researcher for Dean Chuck MacLean’s work just published as the lead article (Is Death Really That Different? Extraordinary Racial Disparities Infect Life Sentences, Too) in the first issue of volume 25 of the Widener Law Journal (2016). Ms. Cheshire’s critical contribution is recognized in the article’s first…

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Lamparello Publishes With Savannah Law Review

Associate Dean for Experiential Learning Adam Lamparello recently published his article, titled Dead Men Walking: Will Foster v. Chatman Mark the Beginning of the End for the Death Penalty, in Volume 3 of the Savannah Law Review. In the article, Lamparello argues that the death penalty is a cancer on this country’s legal system, particularly…

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Tech Law Students Help Sierra Leone Assess Proposed Constitutional Changes

Associate Dean Chuck MacLean was recently commissioned by the American Bar Association’s International Legal Resource Center (“ABA-ILRC”) to review and comment upon amendments proposed by the Constitutional Review Commission for the African nation of Sierra Leone. Dean MacLean, ably supported by research and drafting assistance from three Tech Law students (2L Nicholas Fisher, 1L Matthew…

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Professor Larson Presents at the Third National Symposium on Experiential Learning in Law

June 15, 2016

The 2016 Third National Symposium on Experiential Learning in Law, held at New York Law School and organized by the Alliance for Experiential Learning in Law, focused on how to identify and effectively assess experiential learning outcomes in the legal education context. The symposium offered highly interactive sessions designed to improve the quality of assessment…

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American Bar Association Publishes Transgender Litigation Article by Professor Marcus

The American Bar Association has recently published Indiana Tech Law School founding constitutional law professor Nancy Marcus’s article titled “Transgender Rights Litigation Moves Through the Fourth Circuit,” which details recent transgender rights litigation. The article describes the notorious “HB 2” legislation out of North Carolina that limits the right of transgender individuals to use bathrooms,…

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Dean cummings Guest Lectures at Brazilian University on U.S. Election Law and the 2016 Presidential Election

On June 8, 2016, Associate Dean andré douglas pond cummings delivered a guest lecture to more than 100 Brazilian students at Faculdade da Serra Gaúcha (FSG), one of the largest universities in the southern region of Brazil via Skype Business connection. Dean cummings lectured on United States election law and spoke about the 2016 Presidential…

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cummings and Lamparello Publish With Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy

Professor of Law andre dougles pond cummings and Associate Dean for Experiential Learning Adam Lamparello have just published their article, titled Private Prisons and The Marketplace for Crime, in Volume 6 of the Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy. In the article, cummings and Lamparello argue that a saner and safer prison policy in…

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Howard Law Journal Features Professor Marcus’s Work as Lead Article

June 10, 2016

In the aftermath of the recent series of killings of unarmed men of color across the nation, the Howard Law Journal dedicated its most recent issue, Volume 59, Issue 1, to the critical subject of racial justice and police reform. The issue opens with a lead article by Indiana Tech Law Professor Nancy Marcus, which…

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