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Law AS & A Level at Queen Elizabeth's School

Course description

Law has proved to be a massively successful subject over the past few years at QE - both in terms of large student recruitment and results.

Students find the subject interesting, engaging and stimulating. Furthermore, it is a subject area that is highly regarded in society, by employers and by higher education institutions. Virtually all professional jobs require legal knowledge and any vocational university course will have legal components.

The new specification further underpins the philosophy of challenging students and improving their understanding of English Law.

Entry requirements

GCSE Grade B in English Language and Mathematics.

Assessment

AS Units

  • Law Making and the Legal System
    25% weighting
    Examination
  • The Concept of Liability
    25% weighting
    Examination

A2 Units

  • Criminal Law
    25% weighting
    Examination
  • Tort Law plus Concepts of Law or Criminal Law: Property
    25% weighting
    Examination

Future opportunities

The course provides a firm base to go on and study the subject at degree level. It is a highly regarded subject by both employers and academic institutions. Previous students have progressed into higher education to study Law, Finance and Business Management.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Queen Elizabeth's School directly.

Last updated date: 13 October 2016
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