School of Law Honor Code
This Honor Code applies to all students enrolled at Washington University School of Law. The purpose of the Code is to promote and secure academic integrity, fairness, equal academic opportunity, and professionalism at the School of Law. The Honor Code applies only to misconduct of the types identified in Article I of the Code. It is not intended to affect, or be affected by, the faculty’s evaluation of a student’s work.
Upon acceptance for admission to the School of Law, entering students shall be informed that this Code exists. Students at the School of Law are also subject to the Washington University Student Judicial Code, which may be found at http://www.wustl.edu/policies/judicial.html. Students are charged with notice of, and are bound by, both the University Judicial Code and this Honor Code.
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Table of Contents
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- Article I: Prohibited Conduct
- Article II: Division of Responsibilities
- Article III: Complaint, Investigation, and Charging Decision
- Article IV: Adjudication
- Article V: Sanctions
- Article VI: Appeals
- Article VII: Miscellaneous
- Appendix – Presumptive Time Lines Under Honor Code
- Time Line From Referral to Investigative Team to Hearing on the Merits
- Time Line From Decision Finding Honor Code Violation to Appeal