Welsh Language Edition.
Two A Level Law Revision Guides, designed to be used together and to complement the Student Books, cover all the content for WJEC A Level Law.
Book 2 Revision Guide covers the additional content needed for the A2 course in addition to that provided in the Book 1 Revision Guide.
- Written by experienced Law teachers and examiners this practical and concise Revision Guide supports students preparing for their WJEC A Level Law assessment.
- 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.
Law of Contract; Express and implied terms; Misrepresentation and economic duress; Law of Tort; Torts connected to land; Vicarious liability; Defences: Tort; Criminal Law; Fatal offences against the person; Property offences; Capacity and necessity defences; Glossary.
Sara Davies is the Senior Law Lecturer and Course Tutor for Forensic Science at Bridgend College, where she has been teaching A Level Law for 11 years. She teaches Evidence and Criminal Investigation Procedures to Forensic Science students, and specialises in Criminal Law and Civil Liberties. She is an experienced examiner and team leader for A Level Law for a major awarding body.
Karen Phillips has been teaching A Level Law for over eight years and specialises in EU, Family Law and Criminal Law. She is also an experienced examiner for GCSE, AS and A Level Law and AS Citizenship for two major awarding bodies. Karen also works as an Associate Lecturer with the Open University.
Louisa Draper-Walters graduated from University of Wales, Swansea in 2002 with an LLB (Hons) degree and subsequently completed a PGCE (FE). She specialises in Criminal Law and Civil Liberties and utilised this knowledge to introduce the HNC/D in Legal Studies at Coleg Sir Gar in 2005. She has considerable examining experience with a major awarding body at A Level.
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