Professor Lamparello Publishes “Restoring Constitutional Equilibrium” in the Dayton Law Review

Date posted: October 21, 2014

Restoring Constitutional Equilibrium, 39 Dayton L. Rev. 229 (2014)   In this article, Professor Adam Lamparello argues that, in areas such as the Fourteenth Amendment, the Supreme Court’s lack of institutional restraint has affected citizens of every political persuasion and undermined the democratic process. In Bush v. Gore, the Florida Supreme Court’s recount order was Read More…

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Professor Marcus Shares Mic with Alan Dershowitz on Radio Show

Date posted: October 17, 2014

On Saturday, October 18, 2014, Constitutional Law Professor Nancy Marcus was a guest, along with renowned constitutional attorney and Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz, on the local “Patriot” radio station, 1450 AM.  The two discussed constitutional issues including equal protection and recent court developments regarding same-sex marriage.   

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Professor Marcus Presents Scholarship at Central States Law School Association Conference

Date posted: October 14, 2014

On October 11, 2014, Assistant Professor Nancy Marcus presented her scholarship on a civil rights plenary panel at the Central States Law School Association Conference hosted by Louisiana State University Law School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Her work-in-progress which was the subject of the presentation, entitled Bridging Bisexual Erasure in LGBT-Rights Discourse and Litigation, addresses Read More…

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Professor Fitzgerald Participates in the 88th Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges

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On October 10, 2014, during the 88th Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges (NCBJ), Professor Judith K. Fitzgerald, Retired U.S. Bankruptcy Judge, moderated a panel for the American Bar Association Section on Business Law, presented by The Rules, Legislation and Mass Tort and the Environmental Claims Subcommittees.  The topic, “Discovery and Judicial/Legislative Read More…

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5 Law Students Make Spring Dean’s List

Date posted: October 10, 2014

Indiana Tech Law School Interim Dean andré douglas pond cummings announced today that five second-year students qualified for the Dean’s List for the spring 2014 semester.

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Supreme Court Makes Indiana Same-Sex Marriage Legal; Professor Marcus Weighs In

Date posted: October 9, 2014

On October 6, 2014, the Supreme Court denied certiorari petitions for review of same-sex marriage ban cases in a number of states, including Indiana.  Because all the federal courts of appeals in those cases had struck down marriage bans in their jurisdictions’ states, the effect of the Supreme Court’s order is that marriage will now Read More…

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Dean cummings Speaks at UCLA Law School

Date posted: October 5, 2014

Dean andré douglas pond cummings was invited to participate in UCLA Law’s symposium “Whiteness as Property” sponsored by the Critical Race Studies Program, held on October 2-4, 2014 in Los Angeles, CA.  Dean cummings spoke on a panel entitled Whiteness’s Aesthetic Properties and delivered a presentation styled “The Appearance of Diversity: Corporate Boardrooms and the Read More…

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Professor Marcus Interviewed on Supreme Court and Sixth Circuit Stand-off in Same-Sex Marriage Litigation Delay

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On October 2, 2014, constitutional law professor Nancy Marcus was interviewed on the WFFT-TV 10:00 news about the latest developments in the appeals of same-sex marriage cases across the country. She explained how Monday could be a historic day, with the Supreme Court scheduled to release a list of cases it will decide this term.  Professor Read More…

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Dean cummings quoted in the New Republic article “Does Head Trauma Cause People to be More Violent”

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In a recent article written by Naomi Shavin of the New Republic, Dean andré douglas pond cummings was interviewed and quoted on the implications of head trauma suffered in sports, particularly American football, and whether such head trauma may lead to more violent personalities.  The issue of concussions in the National Football League (NFL) and Read More…

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Professor Marcus Debates Death Penalty as Constitution Day Co-Panelist at Huntington University

Date posted: September 23, 2014

On Friday, September 19, 2014, Constitutional Law Professor Nancy Marcus was a panelist, along with Huntington University Mr. John F. Branham, Adjunct Professor at Huntington University and formerly Huntington County Prosecutor, for a Constitution Day presentation at Huntington University.    The two professors discussed retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens’ recent “Six Amendments” book, which Read More…

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