SCHOLARLY LEGAL PUBLICATIONS:

 

Doctrinal Collapse: Smart Phones Cause Courts to Reconsider Fourth Amendment Searches of Electronic Devices.

University of Memphis Law Review, Vol. 41, p. 233 (2010)

 

Courts Re-Examine the Application of Goldfinger-Era Electronic Tracking Cases to Law Enforcement Use of GPS Tracking Devices.

University of Richmond Journal of Law and Public Interest, Vol. 14, p. 401 (2011)

 

Frequent Flyers at the Court: The Supreme Court Begins to Take the Experience of Criminal Defendants into Account in Miranda Cases

Seton Hall Circuit Review, Vol. 7, p. 303 (2011)

 

Rethinking the Application of the Fifth Amendment to Passwords and Encryption in the Age of Cloud Computing

Whittier Law Review, Summer 2012.

 

SCHOLARLY LEGAL PRESENTATIONS:

 

We the Ppl of the Internet @ge: The intersection of the Constitution and Social Media.

Rosemont College Constitution Day, Featured Speaker, September 2011

 

Rethinking the Application of the Fifth Amendment to Passwords and Encryption in the Age of Cloud Computing.

The Center for Intellectual Property Law and the Whittier Law Review 29th Annual Law Review Symposium: The Law of the Smart Phone, November 2011

 

Penn State Investigations and the Avoidance of Conflicts of Interest Charges

5th Annual College Sport Research Institute Conference on College Sport, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, April, 2012

 


 

SELECTED NON-SCHOLARLY LEGAL PUBLICATIONS

 

Does Police Use of GPS Devices Need Supreme Court Guidance?

Law Technology News, April 12, 2011.

Courts Struggle With Police Searches of Cell Phones

Law Technology News, April 29, 2011.

 

Do Leave Home Without It?

Law Technology News, June 1, 2011.

 

The Social Media/First Amendment Face Off

Law Technology News, June 7, 2011.

 

Are Student Cell Phone Records Discoverable?

Law Technology News, July 19, 2011

 

N.Y. Federal Judge Limits Access to Cell Phone Location Data

Law Technology News, August 31, 2011

 

Police GPS Action Rejected by Ohio Court

Law Technology News, October 19, 2011

 

Does the Fifth Amendment Protect Your Encryption Key?

Law Technology News, November 3, 2011

 

In ‘U.S. v. Jones,’ Supreme Court Rules No Warrantless GPS Tracking

Law Technology News, January 23, 2012

 

Can the Government Force the Surrender of Encryption Keys?

Law Technology News, April 11, 2012

 

The Rights of Accused Students

Fraternal Law, Vol. 135, p. 1, March, 2015.

 

NON-LEGAL PUBLICATIONS:

 

Progress in blood lipid reporting practices by clinical laboratories in North America. Changes from 1985 to 1990.

Joshua A. Engel, Eric C Petersen, Janet E. Wilson, Bruce M. McManus, M.D., Ph.D., 116 Arch Pathol Lab Med. 229 (1992).

 

The Clinical Problem of Occult Cardiac Amyloidosis: Forensic Implications

Erik C Petersen; Joshua A. Engel; Stanley J Radio, M.D.; Thomas M. Canfield, M.D.; Bruce M. McManus, M.D., Ph.D., 13 American J. of Forensic Med. & Pathology 225 (1992).

 

Progress in Lipid Reporting Practices and Reliability of Blood Cholesterol Measurement in Clinical Laboratories in Nebraska: Efforts to Align Results With the Centers for Disease Control, and Feasibility of Meeting National Cholesterol Education

Program Guidelines

Bruce M. McManus, Attila B. Toth; Joshua A. Engel; Gary L. Myers, PhD; Herbert K. Naito, PhD; Janet E. Wilson; Gerald R. Cooper, MD, PhD, 262 J. American Med Assoc. 83 (1989).