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Concerns raised over use of research assistants

Ogletree controversy draws warnings about `farming out' writing

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / September 11, 2004

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Is the author really the author? That implicit question is being raised by writers, in and out of academia, about this week's statement that six paragraphs in a new book by Harvard Law School professor Charles J. Ogletree Jr. were accidently transposed from another scholar's book. Ogletree has attributed the error to research assistants involved in the process of drafting ... (Full Article: 826 Words)

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