Student with one year left to graduate, third academic offense, facing one year suspension
Our client was accused of academic misconduct at the end of the fall semester before his last year in school. As this was his third academic misconduct offense, our client was facing the possibility of a one-year suspension from his public university.
Three levels of appeal to obtain justice for an honest mistake
An international student was facing academic discipline and dismissal from her nursing program for allegedly falsifying her clinical hours. Our client accurately reported her meetings with her preceptor as clinical hours according to her preceptor’s instructions.
Two students accused of cheating, only took one month to overturn the dismissal
Our clients were accused of academic misconduct on a nursing school exam. The two students studied together every day. For this particular exam, one of the students received approval to take the exam early.
International student at risk of deportation after academic misconduct charges
Our client was an international student, pursuing her doctorate degree while also pursuing a master’s degree. As an international student, our client was an English-Language Learner and had no previous experience with the citation format required by the school.
Physician assistant program student quickly dismissed, but quickly overturned
The university dismissed our client from the physician assistant studies program with little notice to our client. Our client felt the effects of COVID-19 when she began her program with online classes, isolation, and financial hardships.
Student dismissed then faces conflict of interest in appeal but receives a second chance
The assistant dean of the audiology doctoral program incorrectly and inappropriately gave our client a failing grade in a clinical class, despite positive recommendations from the instructors who worked most closely with the students.