Esminių studentų procedūrinių teisių tiriant akademinės etikos pažeidimą užtikrinimo problematika Lietuvos universitetuose: teorinės įžvalgos
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The article examines the extent to which selected Lithuanian universities guarantee substantive and procedural rights to the students (listeners) during the investigation of a possible breach of academic ethics. The right to be heard and to have access to the case file during the investigation, the right to a reasoned decision, the right to a decision within a reasonable time and the right of appeal are the focus of research which is based on the analysis of international documents, insuring the rights in administrative and judicial process and serving as a source for disclosure of content of the rights, national documents setting certain mandatory or desirable standards and internal regulation of the universities. The problematic aspects disclosed as an outcome of the analysis are related to the disproportionately restricted right to an appeal due to unclear or redundant administrative procedures, inability of a student (listener) to participate in a meeting of a decision-making body by giving oral observations, in particular in the cases were written observations were not submitted and there was no possibility to extend the deadline for submission of the explanation missed due to a justifiable reason, as well as inability to access other materials in the case file than a notice infringement or lack of the duty to reason decisions.
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