UOLLB goes above and beyond to help you not just get good results in law exams, but also expand your legal education by connecting you with new topics, concepts, and ideas.
We are dedicated to providing high-quality academic resources to help you learn and study more effectively, and we're equally committed to ensuring proper usage and protecting ownership of those resources.
It is perfectly legitimate to use UOLLB First Class Law Notes to facilitate learning and exam preparation. However, concerns may be raised regarding fairness as students making use of UOLLB First Class Law Notes can easily outperform their peers.
We believe that students studying with UOLLB make use of the study materials in the manner which is intended. Nevertheless, we have implemented UOLLB Academic Honour Code to give you an idea of how to make the most out of UOLLB First Class Law Notes. Upon purchase, all students must confirm that they have read, understood, and agreed to comply with the following Academic Honour Code.
We expect our students to act with academic integrity. Therefore, anyone who misuses our study materials for the express purpose of cheating and/or claiming the content as their own will be met with appropriate action. Review our rules for proper use below:
- Use UOLLB First Class Law Notes to study more effectively and to better understand your course material.
- Use UOLLB First Class Law Notes to assist with your assignments and open-book exams when appropriate.
- Use UOLLB First Class Law Notes in a manner that follows your instructors’ or institution’s academic honour codes.
- Don’t copy directly from UOLLB First Class Law Notes and submit the paper as your own work.
- Don’t use UOLLB First Class Law Notes to complete assignments or exams when instructed not to use outside help.
- Don’t use UOLLB First Class Law Notes in any manner that violates your instructors’ or institution’s academic honour codes.
Plagiarism is ill-advised for several reasons:
First, by stealing someone else’s ideas, you are not bothering to learn and become familiar with the legal concepts yourself. Cheating only erodes the value of education, and you will learn nothing in the end.
Second, you will likely get caught. Many universities leverage sophisticated technologies to scan for plagiarised texts in papers submitted by students.
Third, the consequences are severe, and for many institutions, convictions of academic dishonesty can result in probation, suspension, or even expulsion.
Instead of plagiarising, you are advised to rewrite in your own words and provide proper citations. Check out our highly-acclaimed Law Exam Guide for how to paraphrase and reference sources effectively.
We welcome suggestions and feedback on how we can improve our Academic Honour Code. Please email your ideas to us using our contact form.