What is covered?
If you are given too much change in a shop, can you keep it? How can you claim compensation if you are injured? If you buy faulty goods, what are your rights? Should euthanasia no longer be murder?
Law is a vital part of our society and affects all our lives. If you are interested in finding answers to these questions and developing your knowledge and skills in a challenging subject, you should consider A Level Law.
The course provides an introduction to law and will cover:
What will I need to do?
The course is assessed by written examinations at the end of two years of study.
Why study Law at LCS?
By learning about legal rules and how and why they apply to real life, students also develop their analytical ability, decision-making, critical thinking and problem-solving skills, all highly sought after by higher education and employers.
Through this course you will develop:
You will benefit from outstanding teaching from trained practitioners and you will have extensive support to ensure you reach your potential.
Students are required to have achieved 9-6 in GCSE English.
Higher Education and Career opportunities
Although it is not required to study a law degree, this course provides an excellent grounding. A qualifying law degree (LLB) will enable you to progress to become a solicitor or barrister. Alternatively you may be interested in careers in the police force, the court or prison service, or other authorities such as social services, as well as teaching, civil service, and all forms of business and commerce.