Law skills projects and dissertations – cases of plagiarism

A few weeks go, the University was asked to provide information about the number of cases of plagiarism detected in respect of projects, dissertations and case notes submitted by LLB students in 2012, 2013 and in the case of the CLRI case note, 2014. In addition, information about the University’s policy on plagiarism, the action taken against offenders and whether the University used plagiarism detection software. was requested.

I expect to receive the information in the next couple of days…

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