UM Law Code

The University of Mississippi School of Law’s Code

Governing Student Academic and Nonacademic Conduct

(Effective May 30, 2023)

The primary purposes of the Code are to inspire high standards of conduct, encourage professional and academic integrity, and protect the Law School community.  Enrollment in the Law School constitutes a student’s pledge that they will conduct themselves in accordance with the provisions of the Code.

If you need to report a violation of the Code, please email Senior Associate Dean Benjamin Cooper ( and/or the Student Attorney General Tucker Lawson ( with a detailed description of the incident, including  (1) the place, (2) the approximate time, (3) any names of third parties who may have also witnessed the incident, (4) any evidence of the violation, and (5) if applicable, the name of the course and instructor in which the violation took place.

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Conduct Board Members

Faculty Representatives: TBD

Third-Year Student Representatives: TBD

Second-Year Student Representatives: Minnie Blackman, Lucas Garland

SBA Attorney General: Tucker Lawson