The legal professions are embedded in today’s society. You will uncover the legal system, exploring private and public law, as well as developing various legal skills, thinking independently and analytically.
Taking an A Level in Law is sure to give you the core knowledge in understanding more about your life and other peoples. By looking at real life cases, this course will aid you in an understanding of society. How laws are made, why they’re made and how they are enforced. Modules in Law Making, Concepts of Law, Criminal, Criminal and Civil
Understanding our legal system, how it works and where our law comes from
Concepts of Law (Criminal and Civil)
Looking at substantive law including both criminal and civil law. Topics covered include elements of a crime and non-fatal offences and the law or tort and negligence.
Murder, Manslaughter and general defences.
Concept of Law
Looking at property offences such as Theft, Robbery and Burglary.
for 2018/19 entry
- Experienced teaching staff with subject specialist knowledge, some are chief external examiners
- Highest achieving Law course in the country for AQA
- Trip to Rome, Italy with Religious Studies, Philosophy and Law
- Work experience placements with global Law firm, Addleshaw Goddard, with opportunities at ITV, Manchester United, Manchester City, Adidas and The Cooperative
- Royal Courts of Justice and Parliament, London to witness “live” trials
- Only college outside London to work with Arts Emergency - a charity proving students with access to Arts and Humanities professionals
- Visiting Alumni talks
- Webinars with universities across the country