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In a bold departure from conventional wisdom, Boyd & Frye argue that plagiarism is not just acceptable in legal practice, but an essential skill. This assertion challenges the core of legal education's strict anti-plagiarism stance, revealing a stark contrast between what is taught in law schools and what is practiced in courtrooms.
Whether it's a contract with the devil, a personal contract between two individuals, or a metaphorical contract with God, these agreements reflect the complexities of human choices and the far-reaching consequences they can have.