Wednesday, November 7, 2012

LLM Plagiarism Leads To Bar Charges

The Illinois Administrator has filed a three-count complaint against an attorney.

Count One of the complaint alleges that the attorney, after admission to practice, engaged in plagiarism while enrolled in the LLM program at John Marshall Law School. The complaint contends that the attorney was dismissed from the program after a finding that she had plagiarized a paper.

Count Two alleges that the attorney failed to disclose the plagiarism finding in an application for admission to the DePaul Law School LLM program.

Count three alleges that the attorney made false statement to the Administrator. (Mike Frisch)

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