Nation’s Largest LGBT News Magazine Features Supreme Court Amicus Brief of BiLaw Organization Co-Founded by Professor Marcus

Date posted: March 5, 2015

This week marks what may be a record-setting week of amicus briefs filed in the United States Supreme Court, as supporters of those petitioning for equal marriage rights of same-sex couples across the country are filing amici in the four consolidated marriage cases before the Supreme Court.  Of the amicus briefs that are due to Read More…

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Professor Owsley Quoted in Houston Chronicle Article About Police Use of Cell Phone Tracking Technology

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Professor Brian Owsley was quoted in the Houston Chronicle’s February 27th article, “HPD Cellphone Technology Worries Privacy Advocates”.  In the article, Owsley explains that many judges are unsure with how to proceed with Stingray cell phone tracking devices because of lack of familiarity.  He says there is no legislative guidance on the topic and argues that a Read More…

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Lafayette Newspaper Runs Op-Ed by Professor Marcus on Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Date posted: March 4, 2015

On February 27, 2015, the Lafayette Journal and Courier Newspaper, out of Lafayette, Indiana, published an op-ed article, “Religious Freedom Isn’t Under Attack,” by Indiana Tech Law School’s constitutional law professor Nancy Marcus.  The op-ed addresses the dangers of the state legislation pending in the Indiana House of Representatives titled the “Religious Freedom Restoration Act.”  Read More…

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Professors Lamparello and MacLean Publish “The Separate But Unequal Constitution” in the DePaul Law Review

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Professors Adam Lamparello and Chuck MacLean have just published their most recent article “The Separate But Unequal Consitution” in the DePaul Law Review.  In this piece, Lamparello and MacLean argue that the Constitution should not be a political chess match, and outcomes should not depend on the composition of the Supreme Court. The text’s written Read More…

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Professors MacLean and Lamparello Publish Article Paying Tribute to Justice Scalia’s Legacy

Date posted: February 14, 2015

Professors Chuck MacLean and Adam Lamparello just published an article in the Memphis Law Review entitled “It’s the Constitution Stupid: Two Liberals Pay Tribute to Antonin Scalia’s Legacy.”  The article is described by its authors in abstract below: Living constitutionalism may achieve “good” results, but with each Roe v. Wade, and Bush v. Gore, the Read More…

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Professor Marcus and Fort Wayne Attorney David Amen to Host Informational LGBT Rights Presentation for Fort Wayne Community

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This Thursday evening, February 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the Pint and Slice Restaurant (second floor) at 816 S. Calhoun Street in Fort Wayne, Indiana Tech Law School Assistant Professor Nancy Marcus and local attorney David Amen will be co-presenting “We Can Get Married…Now What?,” a presentation to provide information to LGBT community members and Read More…

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Professor MacLean Added to the Expert Registry for the ABA International Legal Resource Center

Date posted: February 12, 2015

Professor Chuck MacLean has been added to the Expert Registry for the ABA International Legal Resource Center (ILRC). With the assistance of several Indiana Tech Law School students and Professor Adam Lamparello, Professor MacLean researched and drafted criminal law assessments for the ILRC last year on the proposed new Criminal Procedures Act for Sierra Leone.  Professor MacLean also researched the Read More…

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Inaugural Indiana Tech Law School Moot Court Teams Announced

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The inaugural Indiana Tech Law School Moot Court teams have been announced. They will compete at the Elon National Moot Court Tournament in late March. Professors Adam Lamparello and Chuck MacLean will coach the teams.  Congratulations to Justin McKinzie, Kyle Noone, Amanda Wolschleger of Team Marbury and Robyn Clark, David Felts, and Aaron Heifner of Team Madison.

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Dean cummings Speaks on Prison Disparities at the MAPOC Conference

Date posted: February 9, 2015

On January 31, 2015, Vice Dean andré douglas pond cummings was a luncheon speaker at the Mid-Atlantic People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference held at the West Virginia University College of Law. The discussion focused on Families of Color in Crisis and Dean cummings identified disproportionate prison populations and sentencing policies coupled with the War Read More…

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Professor Fitzgerald Featured on “The Capitol Forum” Radio Program

Date posted: February 2, 2015

Professor Judi Fitzgerald was featured in a live broadcast of The Capitol Forum, discussing a hot topic among bankruptcy professionals: whether an unsecured creditor is entitled to receive interest on its claim when the debtor is a solvent entity that confirms a reorganization plan, and, if so, at what rate of interest.  The transcript to Read More…

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