Professor Lamparello Speaks at the Global Legal Skills Conference

May 27, 2015

Professor Adam Lamparello spoke at the Global Legal Skills Conference held at the John Marshal Law School Chicago on May 20-22, 2015. His topic, “Experiential Legal Writing: The New Approach to Practicing Like a Lawyer,” highlighted Indiana Tech Law School’s innovative curriculum, including its cross-curricular hypothetical and sequencing, six-semester experiential legal writing program, and upcoming…

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Professors MacLean and Lamparello Sign Book Contract to Publish Experiential Legal Writing: The New Approach To Practicing Like a Lawyer

May 17, 2015

Professor Chuck MacLean together with Professor Adam Lamparello have just agreed to publish their groundbreaking book Experiential Legal Writing with Lexis/Nexis publishing.  In this coursebook, Professors MacLean and Lamparello will respond to the debate percolating in the legal academy thatfocuses on how to define experiential learning and how to properly integrate experiential learning throughout the…

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Professor Lamparello Speaks at Yale Law School

May 7, 2015

On May 2-3, 2015, Professor Adam Lamparello participated at Yale Law School’s third annual Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference, which was sponsored by the  Abrams Institute for Freedom of Expression. The Conference brought together scholars from law schools across the country to discuss issues relating to, among others, free speech, freedom of association and assembly, obscenity,…

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Dean cummings Speaks on Reforming 21st Century Policing in Light of the Deaths of Freddie Gray and Walter Scott

Dean andré douglas pond cummings spoke at the Smith Academy for Excellence on May 6, 2015, where he analyzed the recent spate of police killings in the United States over the past year, particularly focusing on the deaths of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, MD and Walter Scott in North Charleston, SC.  Dean cummings highlighted the…

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“BiLaw” Supreme Court Amicus Brief Co-Authored by Professor Marcus Receiving National Media Attention

In recent days, the BiLaw amicus brief, co-authored by Professor Nancy Marcus, has received national and local coverage in the news. The BiLaw brief (available on the Supreme Court website, see http://www.supremecourt.gov/ObergefellHodges/AmicusBriefs/14-556_BiLaw.pdf), was filed on behalf of the “BiLaw organization, the first ever national organization founded for bisexual law professors, lawyers and law students. The BiLaw amicus…

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Lamparello Publishes on the Same-Sex Marriage Debate

April 30, 2015

Professor Adam Lamparello has just published “Why Chief Justice Roy Moore and the Alabama Supreme Court Just Made the Case for Same-Sex Marriage” in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law Online.  Within, Professor Lamparello argues that the Alabama Court of the Judiciary should remove Roy Moore from the Supreme Court of Alabama for a second…

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Professor Owsley Publishes on “Dirtbox” Airplane Electronic Surveillance

Professor Brian Owsley has just published “Spies in the Skies: Dirtboxes and Airplane Electronic Surveillance,” in the Michigan Law Review First Impressions.  Professor Owsley highlights that electronic surveillance in the digital age is essentially a cat-and-mouse game between governmental agencies that are developing new techniques and technologies for surveillance, juxtaposed against privacy rights advocates who…

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Professor Marcus Provides Insight on WANE-TV Regarding Local Criminal Case

April 29, 2015

On April 16, 2015, Professor Marcus, a former criminal defense and civil rights lawyer, was interviewed by WANE-tv regarding a local criminal case that has been at the forefront of local news coverage.  The case, which implicates the outer limits of First Amendment protected speech, involves a local woman who was arrested and charged with…

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Professor Lamparello Publishes New Article in the Dayton Law Review

April 22, 2015

Professor Adam Lamparello’s most recent article, With All Deliberate Speed: NLRB v. Canning and the Case for Originalism, has just been published in the Dayton Law Review.  In his article, Lamparello reports that record numbers of United States citizens are renouncing their citizenship. California’s citizens have amassed enough signatures to place on the 2016 ballot…

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Professor Owsley Quoted in Baltimore Sun Police Surveillance Story and Stingray Cell Phone Tracking Case

April 13, 2015

Professor Brian Owsley was quoted in the article, “Baltimore Police Used Secret Technology to Track Cellphones in Thousands of Cases”, in the April 9th edition of the Baltimore Sun newspaper.  The article can be viewed here: http://touch.baltimoresun.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-83252409/.  Additionally, Professor Owsley’s expertise on Stingray cell phone tracking technology was recently cited in the case of Martinez v….

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