AS Law for OCR
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$59.50 Paper Original
AS Law for OCR is written specifically to cover the requirements of the OCR exam board and has been designed to be used by all levels and styles of learner with each being challenged and excited by their study.
Table of contents
Unit 1: The English Legal System
Chapter 1: The civil courts
Chapter 2: Civil appeals
Chapter 3: Alternative methods of dispute resolution
Chapter 4: Police powers
Chapter 5: Criminal courts
Chapter 6: Criminal appeals
Chapter 7: Principles of sentencing
Chapter 8: Court sentencing powers
Chapter 9: The judiciary
Chapter 10: The legal profession
Chapter 11: Magistrates
Chapter 12: The jury
Chapter 13: Paying for legal services
Unit 2: Sources of Law
Chapter 14: Judicial precedent
Chapter 15: Acts of Parliament
Chapter 16: Delegated legislation
Chapter 17: Statutory interpretation
Chapter 18: European Law
Chapter 19: Law reform
Appendix 1: Answering examination questions
Appendix 2: A guide to law reports and case references
Answers to exercises
- Specifically tailored to the new AS specifications for the OCR examination board, and tested by teachers and examiners.
- Provides all the pedagogy and learning support you need to deliver the qualification, with features such as quizzes, tasks, group activities, online tests and suggested lesson activities designed to help your students engage with and apply the subject.
- Helps your students to get top grades in their examinations through a wealth of OCR exam questions, full answers and answer plans in every chapter.
Catherine Elliott is a qualified Barrister and Lecturer in Law at City University. She has extensive experience of teaching law.
Frances Quinn is an award-winning journalist, with a particular interest and experience in law.
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