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July 09, 2009


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As many law review staffers and editors can attest, there are also problems with faculty work -- generally in the form of self-plagiarism, misattribution, failure to attribute, and failure to place quotation marks around directly quoted material. In my opinion, these mistakes are probably the result of time-pressure, the extreme length of law review articles, and RA work product. Many such errors are found and quietly corrected prior to publication. I believe most of them are unintentional. I raise this issue only to suggest that in addition to clear standards and strict enforcement, perhaps faculty could foster a culture of compliance by be more careful in their own written work.

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