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Tony Muman successfully represented a Masters Student in the High Court wrongly expelled, see previous post together with article below for further details.

Tony Muman acted for HA and was led by Ramby de Mello. Martin Bridger at Bhatia Best Solicitors is HA’s solicitor.

R (HA) v University of Wolverhampton General Pharmaceutical Council (intervening) [2018] EWHC 144 (Admin)

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43 Temple Row Chambers is delighted to announce the judicial appointment of Miss Kate Thomas as a District Judge.

Kate was called to the Bar in 1994 and after a few initial years of practise in London she returned to the city of her birth to establish a solid criminal defence practice.

Following her appointment in 2013 as an Assistant Coroner, Kate’s practice gravitated towards inquest work, and as an assistant she regularly presides over Article 2 ECHR and HSE Jury Inquests as well as complex medical…

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SM (Algeria) v Entry Clearance Officer, UK Visas Section

A JUDGMENT OF TWO PARTS: a non-lawyer’s guide (2/2)

Susanna is a beautiful seven year old girl.  Abandoned at birth outside an Algerian hospital she was placed in the long-term care of Mr and Mrs M, a French couple living and working in the UK.  Unable to conceive their own child they decided to travel to Algeria to be assessed for the suitability as guardians under the Islamic kefalah system.  Following the transfer of legal custody…

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SM (Algeria) v Entry Clearance Officer, UK Visas Section

A JUDGMENT OF TWO PARTS: a non-lawyer’s guide (1/2)

Susanna is a beautiful seven year old girl.  Abandoned at birth outside an Algerian hospital she was placed in the long-term care of Mr and Mrs M, a French couple living and working in the UK.  Unable to conceive their own child they decided to travel to Algeria to be assessed for the suitability as guardians under the Islamic kefalah system.  Following the transfer of legal custody…

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R (HA) v University of Wolverhampton

General Pharmaceutical Council (intervening)

[2018] EWHC 144 (Admin)

Spent Convictions and the MPharm Course: fitness to practice

In a judgment handed down this morning Mr Justice Julian Knowles declared unlawful and quashed the decision of the University of Wolverhampton excluding one of its accredited Master of Pharmacy (‘MPharm’) degree students (‘HA’) from the course on the basis that his fitness to practice was impaired as a result of having failed to declare prior to admission two convictions, received…

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