Reporting a Violation
A student who reasonably believes that a violation of this Honor Code has occurred shall report such suspicion to the Student Honor Court Prosecutor, if available, or may report a violation via the official honor court e-mail address. The name of the Prosecutor, together with his or her home telephone number, will be posted on the official SBA bulletin board and on the official Student Honor Court website. In cases of emergency, if the Prosecutor is not immediately available, the violation may be reported to the Assistant Prosecutor, Office of the Registrar of the Law School or the Office of the Chief Justice of the Honor Court. As soon as the Prosecutor becomes aware of a potential Honor Code violation, whether filed by another party or self-filed, the Prosecutor has a duty to mount a thorough investigation in good faith.
Note that Chapter Two, Section Three of the Student Honor Code provides that failure to report conduct which a student reasonably believe to be an Honor Code violation constitutes a violation in and of itself. In order to avoid a failure to report charge, violations should be reported within three weeks of discovering a violation has occurred.