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Student Conduct Committee Explained

On Tuesday, October 21, Dean Paul Mahoney and Vice Dean George Geis offered an informative presentation on the Student Conduct Committee (SCC) at the behest of the SBA. This session went over the conduct expectation of law students and what the SCC actually does. Before the meeting started, the tension in the room could be felt among students who wanted to gain a greater understanding of why the SCC is even needed when there are other ethics committees, such as UJC and Honor, that serve the University at large. Many were concerned with how the changes made to the SCC were announced with little to no fan-fare over the summer, having been tucked into an email describing the course lottery system. Also, some concern was voiced among the students present about the scheduling and notice for this information session.

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23 October 2014 • Volume 67, Number 5

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