The opinion is here. Excerpt:
Authority to decide whether a medical student deserves a degree usually rests with the student’s school. In this unusual case, that did not happen. A federal district court found that Amir Al-Dabagh had proven himself worthy of a diploma and ordered Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine to give him one—disregarding the university’s determination that he lacked the professionalism required to discharge his duties responsibly. Because that lack-of-professionalism finding amounts to an academic judgment to which courts owe considerable deference, we must reverse.