||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 398 (Nov)
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Waller and Neuberger JJ
||Cherie Booth QC (instructed by Dettlaff, Bromley) for the claimant.
||30 November 2005
University - Student - Medicine - Professional behaviour committee - Expulsion from medical school - Fitness to practise - Appropriate test to apply on application for judicial review of decision to expel.
The test the judge should have applied when hearing an application for judicial review of the decision of the Vice Chancellor of the University of Plymouth, by which he upheld the decision of the Professional Behaviour Committee of the Peninsula Medical School that the claimant's registration as a student of the School should be terminated and that he be required to withdraw from his studies, was could the tribunal fairly have decided on the evidence that they had heard, and at that stage of the claimant's career, to cut it short in the way that they had.
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