Professors Lamparello and MacLean Publish Article in University of Pennsylvania Constitutional Law’s “Heightened Scrutiny”

Date posted: November 22, 2014

Paroline, Restitution, and Transferred Scienter: Child Pornography Possessors and Restitution Based on a Commerce Clause-Derived, Aggregate Proximate Cause Theory, 16 Univ. Penn. J. of Constitutional Law – Heightened Scrutiny 37 (2014)   In this article, Professors Adam Lamparello and Charles MacLean argue that possessors of child pornography should pay restitution to victims because possessors perpetuate Read More…

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Dean cummings Speaks at UNLV Law School’s LatCrit-SALT Junior Faculty Development Workshop

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Interim Dean andré douglas pond cummings spoke at UNLV Law School’s panel presentation, “On Scholarship: Writing Critical and Progressive Scholarship,” at the 12th Annual LatCrit-SALT Junior Faculty Development Workshop in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 9, 2014.  His session focused on identifying and developing a scholarly agenda, conducting/overseeing research, and completing a scholarly project. It included brief presentations on basic rules and norms of Read More…

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Professor Lamparello Publishes Article in The Indiana Law Journal Supplement Discussing the Role of Class and Wealth in Constitutional Rights

Date posted: November 21, 2014

The Constitution operates in a separate but unequal manner. The wealthy are democracy’s darlings, the middle class are its stepchildren, and the poor are its orphans. And the Constitution’s written and unwritten rights are alive for the wealthy, merely evolving for the middle class, and dead for the poor. When wealth leads to “special access Read More…

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Professor Owsley quoted in Ars Technica Article about Police Data Collection & The Fourth Amendment

Date posted: November 20, 2014

Brian Owsley, a former federal judge and current law professor at Indiana Tech, was quoted in an Ars article where he dicussed a need for judges to know about the use of “stingray” devices by police in gathering calling metadata in real-time.  “It is common knowledge that state and local law enforcement agencies are purchasing this Read More…

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Professor Marcus Shares Insights on Combatting Terrorism in WFFT Exclusive on ISIS

Date posted: November 19, 2014

On November 12 and 13, 2014, Fort Wayne’s Fox News Affiliate aired a Sweeps Week exclusive on the dangers posed by ISIS. Indiana Tech Law School Constitutional Law Professor Nancy Marcus was interviewed along with several experts, including Indiana Homeland Security Director Bernie Beier. Professor Marcus explained to investigative reporter Rohma Siddiqui the constitutional constraints Read More…

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Dean cummings Speaks at UCLA Law School’s 2014 Critical Race Studies Symposium

Date posted: November 18, 2014

Interim Dean andré douglas pond cummings spoke at UCLA Law School on “The Appearance of Diversity: Corporate Boardrooms, the Black Body, and the Property of a Good Photo-Op,” during a panel presentation at the Whiteness is Property Critical Race Studies Symposium in Los Angeles, California on October 4, 2014. Dean cummings presented a paper on Read More…

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Professor Lamparello Publishes Critique of Georgia’s Stance on Executing the Intellectually Disabled in the Houston Law Review’s “Off the Record”

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Professor Adam Lamparello examines the perplexing case of Warren Hill, in his article, Hall v. Florida: The Death of Georgia’s Beyond a Reasonable Doubt Standard. As Warren Hill faces an impending execution date, one must ask is Georgia really going to execute someone that nine experts and a lower court twice found to be mentally Read More…

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Professor Marcus Featured in Interview on Marriage Equality Circuit Split

Date posted: November 11, 2014

On November 6, 2014, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals became the first federal appellate court to deem a same-sex marriage ban constitutional since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision gutting the Defense of Marriage Act and ruling in favor of same-sex marriage recognition last year in United States v. Windsor.  The Sixth Circuit’s decision upholding Read More…

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Dean cummings Speaks to the Indiana Lawyer About Indiana Tech Law School’s Accreditation Process

Date posted: November 5, 2014

Dean cummings was interviewed by the Indiana Lawyer regarding Indiana Tech Law School’s ABA accreditation process and the innovative curriculum introduced at the Law School.  The article is titled, “Indiana Tech Law School hurries up and waits for ABA approval”. In the article, cummings discusses the intense process of preparing for and completing an ABA site Read More…

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Professors Lamparello and MacLean Publish Article on Privacy in the Digital Age

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Back to the Future: Returning to Reasonableness and Particularity Under the Fourth Amendment, 99 IOWA L. REV. Bulletin 101 (2014)   In this article, Professors Adam Lamparello and Charles MacLean argue that the United States Supreme Court, which issues one-hundred or fewer opinions per year, cannot keep pace with opinions that match technological advancement. Professors Read More…

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