Want to know how to get away with a crime?
Want to know how to sue people for negligence?
Want to know when a noisy neighbour is actually breaking the law?

Find out the answers to these and many more legal conundrums by choosing to study A-level Law.

Exam Board – OCR

The course delves into the content of several criminal and civil law topics, as well exploring the nuances of the English legal system.  One of the key benefits of studying A-level Law is the development of an analytical and logical mindset. The skills and knowledge gained by studying A-level Law opens doors to studying a broad range of subjects at university and gives students a real insight into the rules governing the world around them.

Entry Requirements:
7 Higher Grades

  • Grade 4 (or above) for English and Maths
  • Grade 4 (or above) for other GCSE subjects
  • 1 BTEC (or equivalent) at Merit (or above) may be included within the 7 grades

Subject Specific:
It is preferable that you have a Grade 6 or above in at least one of your English GCSEs or alternatively in a humanities/essay based subject.

Further Information

George Bucknall
Teacher of Law
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