Professor Nancy Marcus Breaks Down the Seventh Circuit Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

Date posted: September 10, 2014

On September 4th and 5th, 2014, Professor Nancy Marcus was interviewed by NBC 33 and WFFT Fox Local about the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeal’s ruling striking down Indiana’s and Wisconsin’s same-sex marriage bans.  In the interviews, Professor Marcus discusses the unexpected expedited decision and the likelihood that the United States Supreme Court will take Read More…

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Gabbard Scholarship Prize Announced

Date posted: August 19, 2014

Indiana Tech Law School will celebrate on Thursday, Aug. 21, the establishment of an endowed scholarship to be called the Sara Vaughn Gabbard Scholarship. The celebration will take place at 5:30 p.m. in the theater at the Allen County Public Library. The community, including friends and colleagues of Sara Vaughn Gabbard, are invited to attend.

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BLSA Mentors Fort Wayne Youth

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The members of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) at Indiana Tech Law School have been busy this summer making ties in the community. During the months of June and July, BLSA has been holding mentoring sessions with the at-risk students at the Eulle Wilson Center in Fort Wayne. The group first held their mentoring Read More…

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Professor MacLean Delivers Remarks at the Legal Writing Institute Biennial Conference

Date posted: July 11, 2014

On July 2, 2014, Professor Chuck MacLean along with Duncan School of Law Professor David Walker delivered their remarks in Philadelphia on Rewriting Writing Across the Curriculum at the Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute (“LWI”). The remarks proposed that any successful attempt to permeate legal writing across the whole curriculum requires broad and Read More…

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Adam Lamparello Weighs in on Sentencing of Ted Wise

Date posted: July 10, 2014

Professor Adam Lamparello was interviewed in May by NBC News Staff Writer Elizabeth Chuck regarding Marion County Superior Court Judge Kurt Eisgruber’s decision to sentence defendant Ted Wise, who was convicted of one count of rape and five counts of committing deviant sexual conduct against his wife, to home detention. Explaining that “about 25 percent Read More…

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Professor Nancy Marcus Interviewed on Same-Sex Marriage Stay

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On June, 30, constitutional law professor Nancy Marcus was again interviewed by 21Alive News, this time to explain the significance of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit’s issuance of a stay in the Indiana same-sex marriage case. The interview can be viewed at this link:  http://www.indianasnewscenter.com/home/What-Happens-Now-To-Gay-Couples-Who-Wed-Last-Week-VIDEO-265286781.html​.

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Dean Luna Publishes Article in Wisconsin Law Review

Date posted: July 8, 2014

The Dominion of Agricultural Sustainability: Invisible Farm Laborers Increasingly, individuals and organizations are promoting an integrated, sustainable food systems approach.  Consumer demand for fresh food and vegetables with an emphasis on food safety is also coupled with pursuing sustainability and seeking alternatives to industrialized food production.  A major difficulty, however is that proposed integrated systems omit Read More…

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Professor Lamparello’s Interviewed on Changes to Indiana’s Criminal Sentencing Laws

Date posted: July 7, 2014

Professor Adam Lamparello was interviewed in June by WANE-TV’s Randy Spieth about the recent changes to Indiana’s criminal sentencing laws, which some Indiana residents believe will result in more lenient sentences for drug offenders. Stating that “the war on drugs has been a failure,”  Lamparello explained that the changes make “sentences more proportional to crimes,” Read More…

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Dean cummings Agrees to Serve on Two Boards

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Interim Dean andré douglas pond cummings has been invited to and agreed to join the Board of Directors of the Smith Academy for Excellence, a Fort Wayne charter school founded by the Thomas Smith family to focus on educating and building at-risk minority youth in grades 3-11.  “Smith Academy for Excellence (SAFE) is an all-boys Read More…

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Tech Law Professors Help Sway Supreme Court

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Amicus Briefs Support Privacy Protections, Protections for Those with Mental Disabilities Fort Wayne, Ind. — Indiana Tech Law School continues to work to transform the law and protect the civil liberties of citizens throughout the United States through the use of amicus briefs. Lawyering Skills Professors Adam Lamparello and Charles E. MacLean recently filed an amicus Read More…

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