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Promoting academic integrity in legal education: 'Unanswered questions' on disclosure

James, Colin; Mahmud, Saadia


Law students are a special case in academic integrity. If a law student breaches academic integrity policy, such as by plagiarism or collusion during their legal education, it may have long-term consequences for their reputation and their future in the legal profession. Graduating law students applying for admission to practise as a lawyer are advised to disclose mere investigations, whether or not they were found to have breached the rules, as failure to disclose may lead to their admission...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2014
Type: Journal article
Source: International Journal for Educational Integrity
Access Rights: Open Access


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