I'm working with a group of 4 persons on a business research project since 3 months. So far I've attended to all group meetings, covered all allocated tasks....
At the beginning, I wasn't able to find a group because everybody was claiming they are already complete. I've got allocated to the above-mentioned group. It still seems like they don't really want me. I can not say that I am really popular in the class from a social standpoint. There is particularly one person who is always trying to argue with me in group meetings and to reduce the work I've provided. I'm really worried that this person or members of the group are trying by intention to find anything to kick me out of the project. Is this possible? How could I defend myself? My contribution is via email documented. Is it so easy to make an allegation about somebody in front of the uni administration without providing any evidence? I was already thinking about to get a lawyer for higher education. This group project is my final work for my degree. Thanks for any advice! (I'm not a native speaker)
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Last edited by Singularity101; 05-03-2018 at 05:18.
- 05-03-2018 05:11
- 05-03-2018 09:09
No, they can't just say 'we're going to kick him out' and lie and say you did no work. You don't need a lawyer.
What are their criticisms/complaints? It might be worth trying to take some of them on board