Western State College of Law professor Monica Todd presented at the Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference at the University of Denver on March 24. Her presentation, “You cheated? When I specifically told you not to? Academic Dishonesty and Best Practices for Preventing It,” addressed the various ways in which law students cheat, as well as reasons and consequences for doing so for students, schools, and the profession. The importance of promoting integrity throughout the law school experience was proposed as a key solution for addressing the problem at its source. This presentation was inspired by the collaborative efforts of Professors Todd and Lori Roberts in their upcoming article on this topic.
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Monica Todd Presents at Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference
April 23, 2018