March 27, 2013
Fort Wayne, Ind. - Dean Peter C. Alexander has hired the final member of Indiana Tech Law School’s founding faculty. Nancy Marcus, a constitutional lawyer practicing in Cleveland, Ohio, will join the law school faculty in July.
Alexander welcomes Marcus to the team and describes her as “an accomplished attorney, whose career has been focused on important constitutional issues.”
“Nancy brings a depth of experiences with her that will surely benefit our students,” he adds.
While Marcus is currently engaged in the full-time practice of law, she also serves as an adjunct professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Marcus received her bachelor’s degree in political theory and constitutional democracy from the James Madison College at Michigan State University, and she earned her J.D. from Case Western. In addition, she holds two graduate law degrees, a Master of Laws and a Doctor of Juridical Science, which she earned at the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Marcus is a prolific scholar and has published articles in the University of Arkansas Law Review, the Columbia University Journal of Gender & Law, and the George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal. She also has delivered several scholarly presentations on a variety of constitutional law topics.
Alexander is excited to add Marcus to Indiana Tech Law School’s growing list of outstanding teacher-scholars. “We are extremely fortunate to add Nancy’s background, skills, and insights to our team,” he said.
The law school welcomes its first class in August of this year.
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