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A-level Law

Cornwall College St Austell LEVEL: 3 A-levels

A good law student will have an interest in people and society, willing to take an active part in discussion and debate and be keen to explore the consequences of human behaviour and punishment. You will be encouraged to develop analytical and reasoning skills while extending your reading materials and engaging in legal research. If you can look at situations objectively and are interested
in a subject that will stand you in good stead throughout life, not just college, you should consider A-level Law.

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Ideal if:

 

 

A good Law student will have an interest in people and society. You will be encouraged to develop analytical and reasoning skills while extending your reading materials and engaging in legal research. You should be willing to take an active part in discussion and debate and be keen to explore the consequences of human behaviour and punishment. Law is a fascinating subject which impacts on all of our lives.

 

You’ll need:

At least five GCSEs at grade C or grade 5, or above, including English and mathematics and at least a grade B or grade 6 or 7, in a relevant subject.

You’ll learn:

Topics of study:
- English legal system: Courts, police powers, principles of sentencing, legal professions, juries, funding.
- Sources of law: judicial precedent, legislation, delegated legislation, statutory interpretation, European Union law, law reform.
- Criminal law: murder, manslaughter,
offences against the person, insanity, intoxication
- Criminal law study paper

Expect:

Small group sizes, outstanding staff and close tutorial support.

You’ll love:

Learning how the legal system in England & Wales really works. If you have an interest in current affairs, are interested in human behaviour you will be able to develop your powers of analysis and communication. If you can look at situations objectively and are interested in a subject that will stand you in good stead throughout life, not just college, you should consider A-Level Law.

You’ll go on to:

Further studies at university, higher level apprenticeship or employment.

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A-level Law

Start Date

03-09-2018

Campus

St Austell

Duration

2 years



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