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WJEC/Eduqas A Level Law Book 1 Revision Guide

Author(s): Sara Davies, Karen Phillips, Louisa Draper-Walters

awarding body: WJEC/Eduqas

level: A Level & AS

isbn: 978-1-912820-10-8

subject: Law

Pages: 208pp



Two A Level Law Revision Guides, designed to be used together, which cover all the content for WJEC and Eduqas A Level Law.  Book 1 covers all the content of the Year 1 and AS course, and provides some content for the Year 2 and A2 course.

Click to download the mapping document which shows coverage of the topics across the two books for both the WJEC and Eduqas specifications.


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Click here to download answers to activities and quickfire questions

Designed to complement the student book, this practical and concise revision guide supports students preparing for their WJEC/Eduqas A level Law assessment.

Written by experienced Law teachers and examiners

Information is presented in a clear and straightforward way, making it accessible and easy to use

Reinforces knowledge and understanding through a variety of Activities and Quickfire Questions

Offers advice to boost revision technique and includes guidance throughout on how to approach the various types of questions students may encounter in the exam



How to use this book

Law Making, the Nature of Law and the Welsh and English Legal Systems

Law making

Law reform

Delegated legislation

Statutory interpretation

Judicial precedent

Civil courts

Criminal process


Legal personnel: Barristers and solicitors

Legal personnel: Judiciary

Legal personnel: Magistrates

Law of Contract

Rules and theory of the law of contract

Essential requirements of a contract

Discharge of a contract

Remedies: Contract

Law of Tort

Rules of tort

Liability in negligence

Occupier’s liability

Remedies: Tort

Criminal Law

Rules and theory of criminal law

General elements of criminal liability

Hierarchy of non-fatal offences against the person

Human Rights Law

Rules, theory and protection of human rights law

Specific provisions within the ECHR

Reform of human rights

Restrictions of the ECHR




About the authors:

Sara Davies is the Senior Law Lecturer at Bridgend College, where she has been teaching A Level Law for 18 years.  She specialises in Criminal Law and Civil Liberties.  Sara is also PGCE Programme Leader at Bridgend College and a Curriculum area Leader for the Education department at the college, responsible for Teaching and Learning.  She is an experienced examiner for A Level Law for a major awarding body.  Sara won the Wales Teacher of the Year Award in 2012.

Karen Phillips has been teaching A Level and undergraduate law for over 14 years. She currently works at St David's Catholic College in Cardiff and is an experienced examiner for a major awarding body. She also works as a lecturer on undergraduate law for a university.

Louisa Draper-Walters has been teaching Law since 2003 on a variety of courses, including HNC/D in Legal Studies, Paralegal professional qualifications as well as Access and A level courses.  She is currently working in Gower College Swansea as an A level Law Lecturer as well as being a Teaching and Learning Mentor and a Lead Tutor. Louisa specialises in Criminal Law and the Legal System and introduced the HNC/D in Legal Studies at Coleg Sir Gar in 2005. She has considerable examining experience and works for a major awarding body at A level.