Dean cummings Writes About Truly Integrated Experiential Education

Date posted: January 20, 2015

In a recent edition of the Indiana Lawyer, Dean andré douglas pond cummings drafted a column detailing the truly integrated experiential education delivered at the Indiana Tech Law School.  Describing how legal education has lost its way and is need of radical reform, Dean cummings highlights all of the innovative experiential teaching methods adopted by Read More…

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Professors Lamparello and MacLean Publish Journal Article Urging Emphasis on Legal Writing in Law School Curriculum​

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Professors Adam Lamparello and Charles MacLean’s article, No Shoehorn Required: How a Three-Year, Persuasion-Based Legal Writing Program ​Easily Fits Within the Broader Law School Curriculum, was just published as the lead article by Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing.  a peer-reviewed journal run by Thompson Reuters.  This article advocates for a required, three-year legal writing program that begins with persuasive advocacy from the first day of law school and Read More…

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Professor Fitzgerald Spoke to the Association of Corporate Counsel on “Alternative Dispute Resolution and Use of Financial Experts”.

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Professor Fitzgerald spoke to the Association of General Counsel on “Alternative Dispute Resolution and Use of Financial Experts”.

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Dean cummings Speaks at Martin Luther King Day Event

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On Sunday evening, January 18, 2015, Dean andré douglas pond cummings was a speaker at the New Zion Tabernacle’s event “Repentance and Reconciliation” to commemorate Martin Luther King’s birthday in Fort Wayne.  Dean cummings spoke specifically about the top political challenges facing the nation today, including the need for policing reform, prison reform and rehabilitation Read More…

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Professor Fitzgerald Appointed to Chair the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Coordination Committee

Date posted: January 13, 2015

Professor Fitzgerald, a member of the Bankruptcy Section Executive Council of the Commercial Law League of America, has been appointed to chair its National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Coordination Committee which designs and implements a hot and emerging topics presentation at the Annual Meeting of the NCBJ.

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Professor Marcus Named Chair of ABA Civil Rights Litigation Section LGBT Discrimination Subcommittee, Authors News Update for ABA Website

Date posted: December 19, 2014

Professor Nancy Marcus has been named the new Chair of the American Bar Association’s LGBT Discrimination Subcommittee of the ABA’s Civil Rights Litigation Section.  Her appointment, as well as her just-published news update on same-sex marriage developments (the December 10, 2014, article titled “Stage Set for Supreme Court to Decide Same-Sex Marriage Issue,”) may be Read More…

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Professor Owsley Speaks at University of Missouri School of Law’s Judicial Education and the Art of Judging, Works-in-Progress Conference

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Professor Brian Owsley Spoke at the the Missouri School of Law’s Center for The Dispute Resolution Symposium 2014 for Works-In-Progress. He gave a speech on “Ethical Concerns for Judges Using Facebook”.     http://law.missouri.edu/csdr/symposium/2014/work-in-progress.html  

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WFFT-TV Interviews Professor Nancy Marcus about Federal Court Ruling Striking Down Planned Parenthood Restrictions

Date posted: December 15, 2014

On December 3, 2014, a federal judge in Indiana struck down as unconstitutional an Indiana statute imposing limitations on medical abortion providers, which equated facilities such as the Lafayette Planned Parenthood clinics, differently from other physicians’ offices by prohibiting them from providing medical abortions (i.e., prescriptions for pregnancy termination induced through pills taken outside the Read More…

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Professor Owsley Publishes Article on Cell Site Simulators in the Hastings Law Journal

Date posted: December 11, 2014

Professor Brian Owsley has published his article “TriggerFish, StingRays, and Fourth Amendment Fishing Expeditions” in the Hastings Law Journal.  In the article, Owsley explains that cell site simulators are an electronic surveillance device that mimics a cell tower causing all nearby cell phones to register their data and information with the cell site simulator. Law Read More…

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Case Western Law Review Publishes Article by Professor Marcus on Minimalist and Federalist Tensions in Same-Sex Marriage Litigation

Date posted: December 9, 2014

As part of its symposium issue on the same-sex marriage, the Case Western Law Review has published Nancy C. Marcus, When Quacking Like a Duck is Really a Swan Song in Disguise: How Windsor’s State Powers Analysis Sets the Stage for the Demise of Federalism-Based Marriage Discrimination, 64 CASE W. L. REV. 1037 (2014).  The Read More…

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