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  1. Jens says:

    “I’m going to require all students, before the exam begins, to sign a basic honor code statement — along the lines of “I agree to comply with all TJSL honor code requirements regarding student ethics and honesty.””

    Is there a legal basis for such an requirement?

  2. John Steele says:

    i think stanford requires this, as all my exam answers finish with an acknowledgment of the honor code.

  3. Lawrence Cunningham says:

    GW Law School requires students to certify compliance with the honor code when submmitting all evaluative devices. My guess is it has an effect similar to that reported from this study.

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