Think you have gotten the hang of paraphrasing? Put your skills to the test by reading the passage in the attached document and trying out question 2! Additionally, you may wish to try questions 1 and 3 as well, which assess how well you quote and refer. Answers are provided as well.
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Source: Lisa Webley, Legal Writing (Routledge, 3rd Edition, 2013) at Chapter 6
Want to test your understanding of how to avoid plagiarism? Try the CALI online tutorial - Plagiarism - Keeping Out of Trouble by Rebecca S. Trammell and Ashley Krenelka Chase
Plagiarism is serious, especially for law students. This lesson will explain what constitutes plagiarism, how to avoid plagiarizing, and will offer opportunities for students to test their understanding of plagiarism.
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