Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Law schools: cheating 2.0

This week's National Law Journal (subscription required) has an article about cheating in law schools entitled "Cheating 2.0" ( Cheating 2.0 is also available on Westlaw, password required) .  The article reports on how technological developments have affected the way students cheat and also the way students view cheating.  It looks at both cheating on exams and plagiarism, and how various law schools are addressing challenges to academic integrity.  

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