Solicitor – Disciplinary proceedings. The Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (the SDT) had been plainly right not to depart from the starting point of suspension of the appellant for four instances of acting without integrity. The Administrative Court, in dismissing his appeal against suspension from practice for two years, held that the quantum of suspension was a matter quintessentially for the SDT, which could not be interfered with on appeal, as the exercise of discretion could be shown to have gone completely off the rails.