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  • Law

    Course entry requirements

    Specification: OCR
    Subject entry requirements: Grade 6 in English Language

    During this course, you will explore the various facets of British and European Law. You will understand how the elements of British Law work in practice and the theories behind them. You will learn legal cases, statutes and procedures in order to increase your knowledge of the legal process and critically assess their impact on the law.

    The Legal System and Criminal Law – You will develop knowledge and understanding of the processes and people involved in the law and the changing nature of the legal system. Topics include civil and criminal courts, the legal professions and access to justice. You will also develop an understanding of the criminal law, including rules of criminal law, different offences and defences.

    Law Making and Law of Tort – You will study law-making methods within England and Wales and their underpinning concepts. You will develop an understanding of legal methods and reasoning as used by lawyers and the judiciary. You will also develop your understanding of the law of tort, for example liability in negligence, occupiers’ liability and remedies.

    Further Law – You will explore how the law interacts with society, morality and justice. You will also learn the law surrounding human rights, including their nature, protection and constitutional position under UK law. Specific rights and restrictions are explored in detail and the process of enforcement through the courts.

    What will this course lead to?

    Law is a superb qualification highly regarded by universities and employers alike. It is especially useful for those looking to go into Law, Business, Finance, Politics or International Studies.

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