Law A2 at Batley Girls' High School - Visual Arts College
You will learn about the sources of law, specific legal rules and the logic that supports these views. You will learn who makes legal rules, by what processes and by whose authority. This will involve a study of modern society and how both historical and contemporary changes influences the law. You will learn about legal rules but, more importantly, the process of applying the law to actual case studies.
Entry requirements:- A minimum 5 GCSEs A*-C
You will be assessed through 3 1hour examinations. These are;
Module 1- Law Making
Module 2- Dispute SolvingModule 3- The Concept of Liability
There are many good reasons for studying law: marketability, prestige, a broad range of employment opportunities, competitive salaries and the personal satisfaction of having achieved in a demanding course of study. The study of law can expand your horizons in ways that will amaze you. A law student is able to understand the rules and rationales that regulate our daily conduct and the study of law will illuminate this in a unique and fascinating way.
There will be trips to local Magistrates and Crown Courts to see the law in action and visiting speakers from the legal profession will talk to you about their job roles. The study of law is an intellectually demanding and highly rewarding subject of study. As a law student you will be required to do a great deal of reading and be able to understand and process large amounts of written materials.
How to apply
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