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QUT Law Review
Universities are faced with an apparent increase in incidents of student academic misconduct, in particular allegations of plagiarism. An adverse finding may have significant consequences for a student in their academic progression. A plagiarism incident, with or without an adverse finding, may have longer term consequences for some students. These include students seeking admission to legal practice. This paper examines a number of key cases illustrating how the admitting courts are dealingdoi:10.5204/qutlr.v8i2.46 fatcat:sqklx2ihmvc37oo45f4n6ynmom