AS/A level Law
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Students can choose three ares of study from the following:
Law of human rights
Approval from Russell group universities who support the breadth of study offered by our A level
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Guidance for Teaching
The guide is not intended as a comprehensive reference, but as support for professional teachers to develop stimulating and exciting courses tailored to the needs and skills of their own students in their particular institutions.
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- AS Guidance for Teaching
- A level Guidance for Teaching
- Online Exam Review
- AS Course planner for Components 1 and 2
- Substantive Law - Criminal Law
- Substantive Law - Law of Tort
- Substantive Law - Law of Contract
- Substantive Law - Human Rights Law
- The Nature of Law and the English Legal System
- Law Co-teachability
- AS Component 1 Suggested Activities
- AS Component 2 Suggested Activities
All Course Materials
We offer a range of materials to support the teaching and learning of this qualification.
New Law resources
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new digital resources for our reformed AS and A level in ...
Guidance for Teaching resources now available for the new AS and A level Law
We are pleased to announce that our FREE AS and A level Guidance for Teaching resources are now available ...
Ofqual reformed GCSE, AS and A levels accredited
We are pleased to announce that our full suite of reformed subjects to be taught from September have been ...