Abramova v Oxford Institute of Legal Practice: QBD 18 Mar 2011

The claimant sought damages saying that the defendant had failed to provide her with the Legal Practice Course promised. The complaints included, in particular, an attack on the practice of having students mark their own mock examination papers.
Held: In such claims expert evidence must be produced that the Bolam Standard had not been met.
Burnett J
[2011] EWHC 613 (QB), [2011] ELR 385
Bailii
England and Wales
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CitedSiddiqui v University of Oxford QBD 5-Dec-2016
The University applied to have struck out the claim by the claimant for damages alleging negligence in its teaching leading to a lower class degree than he said he should have been awarded.
Held: Strike out on the basis that the claim was . .

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Updated: 06 March 2021; Ref: scu.430858