Thursday, October 15, 2009

Twist in Australian plagiarism case

The Australian reports that the Queensland Crime and Misconduct Commission [CMC] has launched an official inquiry into the accusations of plagiarism in three articles in the Queensland Law Society's [QLS} Proctor magazine.

The Australian notes the presence of state involvement: The CMC has become involved in the affair because the QLS is a state government statutory body and, as a unit of public administration, is subject to the CMC.

It shall be interesting to see if the topic of "inadvertent" plagiarism arises.


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