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Committing plagiarism is a serious violation of any law school’s code of academic conduct. If a violation is proven, the committee or other body that oversees the code may impose severe sanctions—ones that could affect a grade or credit for the course or even require suspension or expulsion from school. In addition, the school may be required to report the incident to the bar of any jurisdiction to which the sanctioned student applies.
Academic Disciplinary Both Types
Failing grade Suspension Expulsion Temporary notation on student record Permanent notation on student record Public reprimand Private reprimand Denial of certification for moral fitness for sitting for the Bar Combinations of the above Plagiarism Policy Contents Institutionalizing the Fight Against Plagiarism Law School Plagiarism Changing Contexts, Changing Expectations Rules for Working with Authority Plagiarism Exercise Exercise Answer Key Hypotheticals for Class Discussion For Further Reading Student Acknowledgement Form Online Plagiarism Sources Matthew C. Mirow, Plagiarism: A Workshop for Law Students Lawrence M. Hinman, Confronting College Cheating