|XI. STUDENT CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE
A student may be placed on disciplinary probation, suspended, or dismissed for conduct unbecoming to a student of the law. Conduct unbecoming to a student of the law includes (1) violating any rule, regulation or policy of the Law School or University, (2) engaging in illegal activity entailing moral turpitude, (3) dishonesty, fraud, deceit, misrepresentation, academic dishonesty in the examination process, and plagiarism, or (4) any other conduct which reflects adversely on a student's fitness to practice law. Examples of conduct considered to be violative of this standard include, but are not limited to, the following:
·Failure to comply with the request of a Law School or University representative acting in the performance of their duties.
·Misrepresenting oneself as another.
·Intentional disruption of the examination process.
·Failure to properly disclose any information required by the Suffolk University Law School Authorization and Certification of Good Standing or Bar Authorization forms.
·Using threatening or profane language or demonstrating threatening behavior toward a member of the law school or University community.
·Forgery, alteration, or misuse of any document, including but not limited to University forms or documents, documents submitted for admissions or financial aid purposes, and/or recommendations, or any other document required for participation in any law school or University program, or other record or instrument of identification.
·Violation of any federal, state, or local law.
·Participation in the disruption or obstruction of teaching, research, administration or other University activities.
·Conduct that is lewd or indecent such as streaking, public urination, public defecation, or stripping.
·Failure to register an event with the appropriate Suffolk department.
·Failure to carry and/or present a Suffolk University identification card when requested.
·Inappropriate communication with members of the University community.
·Unauthorized use of the Suffolk University name, logo, mascot, or other symbol.
·Unauthorized use of Suffolk University directories.
·Unprofessional and disruptive physical behavior such as horseplay, excessive noise or throwing objects from windows, roofs, or balconies.
·Physical assault or verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment, or coercion, including, but not limited to, any conduct that threatens or endangers the health or safety of another person.
·Any action that insults, stigmatizes, threatens, or endangers another individual or that subjects another person to physical or emotional injury, because of that individual's race, gender, disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, genetic information and/or personal characteristics*
·Any action that violates the University's Non-Discrimination Policy.
·Sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, or inappropriate behavior of a sexual nature*
·Use, possession, manufacture and/or distribution of illegal drugs or medications prescribed to another.
·Attempted use or use of electronic devices that invade a person's privacy.
*Violations related to sexual harassment and sexual misconduct are covered by the Law School Sexual Harassment Policy and Procedures
|B. Disciplinary Procedure
The Law School has promulgated a formal disciplinary procedure for handling allegations of student misconduct. The procedure is available on the law school's web-site and from the Dean of Students Office.