Law pervades every aspect of our lives, ranging from the personal decisions we make as individuals to purchase that concert ticket, to the perhaps more fundamental question of whether a person suspected of historic child abuse should stand trial, despite suffering from dementia.
Studying Law will encourage you to engage more fully and critically with current affairs and to develop relevant skills in research, communication, analysis and ICT. In particular, there will be opportunities to hone your debating skills as well as a chance to experience the practical aspects of advocacy. Law is a natural partner to the study of English Language and Literature and other Modern Foreign Languages at A Level but the syllabus content also connects well with other subjects such as Politics, Psychology and Sociology
Students must hold 5 GCSEs at grade C or above in appropriate subjects. Successful A Level students would normally achieve a grade A or B in a number of relevant GCSE subjects.
Welsh Joint Education Committee
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Penzance, TR18 2SA, Truro, TR1 3XX
2 Years, 2 years
GCE A Level or equivalent
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