UNE Law School’s Academic Integrity and Referencing Learning Instrument (AIRLI) is a self-guided learning tool that helps you learn the Law School's expectations about academic integrity and referencing. Completing AIRLI is mandatory for all students enrolled in units managed by UNE's Law School. You must complete AIRLI prior to submitting your next assignment.

AIRLI is in addition to the general UNE Academic Integrity Module (AIM) that all UNE students must complete.  You must complete both AIRLI and AIM before submitting any written assignments for law units.

Breaches of academic integrity are taken very seriously by all universities. Incorrect referencing is a common cause of academic misconduct. By completing AIRLI, you will have the skills and knowledge for maintaining academic integrity. And you will be well-equipped for every written assignment in your law degree.