The Loyola University College of Law Honor Board is an elected body of thirteen students who serve in an advisory capacity to the Dean of the College of Law. The Board is charged with investigating alleged Honor Code violations, holding hearings on alleged violations when appropriate, and recommending sanctions to the Dean of the College of Law when it finds that a violation has been committed. The operations and proceedings of the Honor Board are governed by the provisions of the Loyola University College of Law Honor Code.
The Honor Code is a body of rules and standards which governs students' conduct with respect to all academic matters. It defines prohibited conduct, Honor Board proceedings, and sanctions available in the event of an Honor Code violation.
HONOR BOARD INFORMATION
All students are required to sign a pledge to be bound by the provisions of the Honor Code as a condition of their enrollment in the College of Law. Please read the honor code below:
- The Honor Code - updated May 13, 2016
- The Importance of the Honor Code
- Your Rights and Duties Under the Honor Code
- Filing a Complaint
- Submit an Anonymous Question
- Honor Board Members and Officers