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A Level Law at Newbold Community School

Course description

Why should I study this course? It embraces every aspect of our lives, from crime to the environment, from buying a bus ticket to resolving international disputes. Studying Law offers you the chance to see how the law affects you. Here are a few comments from previous students who successfully passed the course, some going on to read Law at university.

“It is a highly involving subject with demanding work which challenges your understanding and development of legal principles and is relevant to modern day society.”

“A diverse subject which covers a wide variety of topics – homicide being particularly popular with students. Learning skills are developed by studying cases and applying legal principles. An emphasis on independent research throughout the course is good preparation for university.”

Key features of the course. Law covers a wide range of topics, from the various ways in which law is created; the methods involved in solving legal disputes; fatal and non-fatal offences; offences against property and finally laws relating to morals and justice.

Entry requirements

Grade C in English.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Newbold Community School directly.

Last updated date: 26 September 2014

Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 2 Years