Indiana Tech Celebrates the First Graduating Class of Law School Students

May 23, 2016

Indiana Tech Law School welcomed its first class of alumni on Saturday, May 14th at the 95th Indiana Tech commencement ceremony. Twenty members of the inaugural Charter Class crossed the stage at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum to be hooded and receive their degrees. An article in the The Indiana Lawyer, saluted the pioneering…

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Dean cummings featured on B96.9 FM Extolling Virtues of the United Negro College Fund and the Indiana Tech Law School

On Monday, May 16th, Associate Dean andré douglas pond cummings appeared on the Big Kess Radio Show on B96.9 FM introducing Fort Wayne’s first annual United Negro College Fund (UNCF) mayor’s breakfast which was held at the Indiana Tech Law School on Wednesday, May 18th. During the radio interview, Dean cummings described the goal of…

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Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy to Publish Professor Marcus’s Police Reform Article

May 18, 2016

The Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy has accepted for publication Indiana Tech Law School founding constitutional law professor Nancy Marcus’s most recent article on racial justice and police reform, titled, “From Edward to Eric Garner and Beyond:  The Importance of Constitutional Limitations on Lethal Use of Force in Police Reform.”  In this…

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Dean cummings Delivers Faculty Colloquium Address to the Widener University Commonwealth Law School Faculty

April 25, 2016

Associate Dean andré douglas pond cummings recently delivered a presentation to the Widener Commonwealth law faculty entitled “Private Prisons and the New Marketplace for Crime” as part of the faculty colloquium speaker series at Widener University Commonwealth Law School in Harrisburg, PA. Dean cummings presented his current research on private for-profit prisons and prison reform…

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Women’s Law Society Hosts Sexual Assault Awareness Seminar

The Women’s Law Society hosted their 2nd Annual Personal Safety and Sexual Assault Awareness Seminar on Monday, April 18th, 2016, in support of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Sergeant Ron Galaviz with the Indiana State Police and Ms. Leslie Cook with the Fort Wayne Sexual Assault Treatment Center delivered interesting and important presentations to inform students…

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Lydia LaMont Quoted in Journal Gazette Article for Earth Day Project

On April 17th, 2016, local grassroots non-profit Save Maumee, hosted its 11th annual Earth Day event at 800 Glasgow Avenue in Fort Wayne. Law School administrative assistant and Save Maumee Board President, Lydia LaMont, was instrumental in Save Maumee’s movement to reforest the river banks along the Maumee River corridor. This year’s Earth Day project…

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Dannebohm and Lamparello Publish Article Highlighting Law School’s Groundbreaking Academic Success and Assessment Program

April 20, 2016

Associate Dean for Experiential Learning Adam Lamparello and Assistant Dean for Student Advancement and Assessment Laura Dannebohm have just published their article titled, The Death of Academic Support: Creating a Truly Integrated, Experiential, and Assessment-Driven Academic Success and Bar Preparation Program, in the inaugural edition of the William Mitchell/Hamline Law Review. In the article, they…

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Professor Marcus Moderates ABA Police Reform Panel Featuring Attorneys for Tamir Rice, Darren Wilson, and DOJ

April 19, 2016

On April 15, 2016, Indiana Tech Law School founding constitutional law professor Nancy Marcus moderated a historic panel on police reform and racial justice at the American Bar Association’s Litigation Section Conference in Chicago, Illinois. As the organizer and host of the panel, Marcus brought together three attorneys who have been at the forefront of…

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Indiana Tech Law School Receives Provisional Accreditation from the American Bar Association

March 30, 2016

Indiana Tech Law School announced on Monday that it has earned provisional accreditation from the American Bar Association (ABA). “I’m grateful for the ABA’s work in reviewing our program and all of the support we have received along the way from our students, faculty and staff, Indiana Tech alums and the legal community in Fort…

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Lamparello Publishes Article Analyzing the Court’s Upcoming Decision in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin.

March 29, 2016

Associate Dean for Experiential Learning Adam Lamparello recently published his article titled, The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same: Why Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin Will Not Fundamentally Alter The Affirmative Action Landscape, in Volume 24, Issue 1 of the University of Miami Business Law Review. In the article, Lamparello…

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