AS/A level Law
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Students can choose three areas of study from the following:
Law of human rights
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This subject uses e-submission for the submission of candidate work to EDUQAS for moderated or assessed units/components. For more information and guidance on the process please visit the e-submission webpage.
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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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- A level Guidance for Teaching
- AS 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
- Law scenarios - Tort
All Course Materials
We offer a range of materials to support the teaching and learning of this qualification.
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