Burke v The College of Law & Anor - competency standards, PCPs, and reasonable adjustments for disability

The time given to take an exam may be a "competency standard" rather than a "provision criterion or practice", and would not be deprived of such status by being adjusted. Nonetheless, where it has been adjusted to the maximum extent reasonable, this can be a factor in concluding that, overall, all reasonable adjustments were made for a disabled candidate.

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