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Did anyone have a meeting with the ICC before? What will happen during the meeting? I declared an academic offence, and I was told to have a meeting with them.
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I've no experience of this but from a face value point of view, they are going to want to know the circumstances around the offence, why you did what you did, and to determine whether this is going to bear any problems further down the line.

Academic offences are offences of dishonesty and dishonesty is very much a trait they do not want in a barrister. Just be honest and do not try to worm your way out of this. It would be good to show what you have learnt from this and how you have progressed on from this situation.
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(Original post by james_law2.0)
I've no experience of this but from a face value point of view, they are going to want to know the circumstances around the offence, why you did what you did, and to determine whether this is going to bear any problems further down the line.

Academic offences are offences of dishonesty and dishonesty is very much a trait they do not want in a barrister. Just be honest and do not try to worm your way out of this. It would be good to show what you have learnt from this and how you have progressed on from this situation.
Thank you for that.
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