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Law A Level at The Holy Trinity Church of England Secondary School

Course description

A level law is undergoing reform. The new course will likely include units on how law is made and the structure and operation of the UK legal system, as well as study of substantive law topics in both criminal and civil law, such as the law of murder and manslaughter, the law on non-fatal offences like assault and battery, and tort law in relation to negligence actions. It is also likely that there will be new content on the importance of human rights law.

Course content

Law is currently being reformed ready for first teaching in the new linear format from September 2017. Exact details of board and course code are not available at the time of going to press. 

Entry requirements

GCSE grade 5 in English Language plus B in a Humanities subject.

Assessment

The new course will be 100% examination at the end of Year 13

Future opportunities

 

University Courses:

Law; criminology; business studies inter alia 

Apprenticeships:

Legal executives and apprenticeships

World of Work:

Students can progress from this qualification to work in the following fields: Barrister; solicitor; court officials; legal executives and paralegals; police; civil service; also many other public and private sector employers with legal or complaints departments

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Holy Trinity Church of England Secondary School directly.

Last updated date: 24 November 2016
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