Dean cummings Speaks at Martin Luther King Commemoration at the United Methodist Church

February 2, 2016

On January 17, 2016, Associate Dean andré douglas pond cummings participated on a panel “Celebrating the Dream – The 31st Annual MLK Service and Panelist Discussion,” hosted by the Associated Churches of Fort Wayne & Allen County and held at the First Wayne Street United Methodist Church. There, Dean cummings discussed the urgent need to…

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Professor Marcus’s and Adjunct Professor Amen’s upcoming LGBT Presentation Featured by Frost Newspaper

Indiana Tech Law Assistant Professor Nancy Marcus and Adjunct Professor David Amen have been sponsored by the Indiana Tech Gay/Straight Alliance to offer a presentation on February 3 at noon in the Seitz Conference Center on “OUT at Work: Legal and Practical Considerations for LGBTQ Employees.” As Professor Marcus explained in a press release on…

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Office of Indiana Attorney General Partners with the Law School and Indiana Legal Services

January 27, 2016

A grant from the Office of the Indiana Attorney General will fund a partnership between Indiana Legal Services Inc. and the Indiana Tech Law School in providing important and needed services to Hoosiers facing foreclosure in the state. The grant money comes from a settlement with Chase Bank and is earmarked specifically to support foreclosure…

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The Indiana Tech Law School Amicus Project Files Amicus Brief with Supreme Court

January 21, 2016

On January 12, 2016, the Law School’s Amicus Project filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in Whole Woman’s Health v. Cole, an abortion case in which the Court will decide the constitutionality of Texas’s controversial admitting privileges law. In the brief, we argue that the admitting privileges law should be invalidated because it represents a…

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Professor Marcus’s 2007 Proportional Torts Liability Article is Having an Impact – Nationwide and Worldwide

In 2007, Indiana Tech Law School professor Nancy Marcus published in the Arkansas Law Review an article entitled, Phantom Parties and Other Practical Problems with the Attempted Abolition of Joint and Several Liability. In the recent path that article’s impact has spread across the Nation and around the globe. By way of example, her article…

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Professor Lamparello Article Casts Riley v. California as a Potentially Pyrrhic Victory for Privacy

January 6, 2016

Tech Law Professor Adam Lamparello’s article, Riley v. California: A Pyrrhic Victory for Privacy?, has just been published by the University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology, and Policy. From the abstract: In Riley v. California, the United States Supreme Court ushered privacy protections into the digital era and signaled that the Fourth Amendment would…

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Dean MacLean and Lamparello and Former Professor Berles Publish Article on Exonerations

December 23, 2015

Associate Deans Chuck MacLean and Adam Lamparello, along with former Professor Jim Berles, published their article, Stop Blaming the Prosecutors: The Real Causes of Wrongful Convictions and Rightful Exonerations, in the Hofstra Law Review. In short, the article maintains that although most wrongful convictions are not caused by prosecutors or prosecutorial error, many if not…

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Dean cummings Presents as a Guest Speaker for The Brandon Foundation

Recently, Associate Dean andré douglas pond cummings was a guest speaker at The Brandon Foundation located at the St. Henry’s Church Community Center. The Brandon Foundation is a mentoring/tutoring program for students in kindergarten through eighth grade. The foundation offers a safe learning environment for students in the local community. They have implemented an art…

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Dean Lamparello Previews Important Upcoming Supreme Court Case

Tech Law Associate Dean Adam Lamparello’s overview and commentary on the upcoming Supreme Court case, Musacchio v. United States, was just published in the American Bar Association’s Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases. The article can be found on page 114 of the recent ABA publication.

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Professor Marcus Addresses Fort Wayne Unitarian Congregation

December 10, 2015

On Sunday morning, December 6, 2015, Indiana Tech Law Assistant Professor Nancy Marcus delivered a guest sermon at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fort Wayne. Her presentation, “Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation and Religious Freedom: Building Bridges Toward Greater Intersectionality and a Compassionate Civil Rights Framework,” addressed intersectionalities among various forms of discrimination, which she described…

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