National Forensic League - Code of Honor

Code of Honor

Members of the National Forensic League are expected to abide by the NFL Code of Honor, adopted on September 23, 2007. The Code of Honor was initially proposed by Harold Keller, a member of the Board of Directors, in recognition of the Honor Society nature of the League. The Code of Honor consists of an NFL Oath and five tenets.

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