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AAA publishes and features in a series of new articles in national press

24-February-2021
24-February-2021 14:17
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by Admin

Our barristers have been busy writing and featuring in articles in the last few months.

On 17th December 2020, we wrote 'What about the students who didn't cheat after all?' on WONKHE: click here to read the article.

On 14th January 2021, we wrote 'Students that use essay mills are vulnerable to blackmail, also on WONKHE: click here to read it.

On 21st January 2021, the Times published another article from us: 'The university justice system is in disarray': click here.

On 4th February 2021, we featured in the Times Higher article 'Research misconduct ruling on historian's Holocaust affair claim': click here.

We featured in the Telegraph article on 18th February 2021 'Student essay mills have boomed during the pandemic - but banning them won't solve the problem': click here.

On 23rd February 2021, we published 'How to deal with the student who broke exam rules' on Medium: click here.

On 18th March 2021, we wrote 'How to advise students on their prospects of success in appeals and complaints' on WONKHE: click here to read the article.

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