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HONOR CODE AND PROCEDURES Matters of academic dishonesty by law students are governed by the Honor Code. That Code is
 

Summary: HONOR CODE AND PROCEDURES
Matters of academic dishonesty by law students are governed by the Honor Code. That Code is
enforced by the Honor Board. Law students are responsible for knowing the Code, complying
with its requirements, and reporting known violations to the Honor Board by notifying the
Professor Robert Schuwerk, Faculty Advisor. Although it may be difficult, it is essential that
you accept the responsibility for reporting violations, both here at the Law Center and later on in
your practice. As students and attorneys you will be on your honor to behave ethically and to
ensure that others do so as well.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
MEMBERS OF THE HONOR BOARD....................................................................3
ARTICLE 1. DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS........................................4
ARTICLE 2. THE HONOR BOARD, PRESENTERS, STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE, AND
FACULTY ADVISOR(S)....................................................................................8
ARTICLE 3. VIOLATIONS OF THE CODE AND DEFENSES....................................10
ARTICLE 4. PREHEARING AND HEARING PROCEDURES.....................................15
ARTICLE 5. PENALTIES.................................................................................18
ARTICLE 6. REVIEW AND RECONSIDERATION.................................................20
ARTICLE 7. POST HEARING PROCEDURES.......................................................20
APPENDIX A UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER PLAGIARISM POLICY.......21

  

Source: Azevedo, Ricardo - Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology