A Level Law is for students who wish to learn about a range of laws that impact our daily lives. You will be interested in finding how the law operates, researching current legal issues and developing debating skills. You must be interested in developing both problem solving and written skills.
General Qualifications: For 3 A Level subjects you require 6 GCSEs grade A*-C (8/9-4/5) in academic subjects, taken at one sitting. Specifically for Law you need a B grade, or 5 grade in a suitable subject such as English GCSE
As a law student you will not only learn about different areas of law but also how the legal system operates, how law is made, how the courts work and how judges interpret law. Main topics covered will be: The Legal System and Law Making, Criminal, Contract, Human Rights and Tort Law. These topics will involve problem solving exercises such as deciding a bail application and deciding the sentence for a young offender. In Criminal Law your studies will include homicide offences and defences. In Contract Law this will include the essential elements of offer, acceptance and consideration and in Tort Law this will include negligence and nuisance. You will follow debates on justice and morals. You will also be able to observe the law in practice with visits that include Parliament and the Supreme Court.
Assessment will be by examination.
On successful completion of the course you will achieve an A Level in Law. The legal skills developed in a Law A Level will provide an excellent foundation to study Law at University; as well as degrees in politics, history, sociology, psychology, business and economics, as well as all humanities and social science-related subjects.
Please complete an application form and return it to the College, either online, by post or in person at the Wood Street Campus. References will be required from your previous educational establishment.
Yes, you will need to meet with a member of staff for an interview.
You will have to buy the A Level Law textbook.
To apply or enrol for this course you must first create an account with the College. This is a simple process that should not take more than a few minutes.
If you have any difficulties with applying online or have any other questions please Contact Us, or call 020 8266 4000. Please note this is not a 24 hour helpline.