WJEC AS Law: Study and Revision Guide (Legacy spec)

www.illuminatepublishing.com 55 40 30 100 blk - deeper black 9 781908 682369 ISBN 9781908682369 Written by experienced Principal Examiners and endorsed by WJEC this study and revision guide is designed to accompany you through your course as well as prepare you for the final exams. Now fully updated to include Provisions of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 , the Revised Crown Prosecution Service Full Code Test , recent cases surrounding juries and contempt of court as well as the latest statistics and cases across all topic areas. Study support: ⦁ Essential underpinning knowledge at the right level to ensure students perform well in the exams ⦁ Ideal for introducing and summarising topics as the course progresses ⦁ Clear headings help students get straight to the point in understanding a topic ⦁ Examiner ‘Pointers’ help students understand and use the underpinning knowledge during their course studies ⦁ Key terms are clearly defined per topic ⦁ Legal Authority including Cases and Acts are included throughout. Revision support: ⦁ ‘Grade Boosts’ provide examiners’ tips to help you refine your exam technique, improve your grade and avoid common mistakes ⦁ Exam practice and technique is reinforced with examiner advice, giving help on how exam questions are set, how the answers are marked, and where students commonly go wrong ⦁ Q&A section provides exam-style questions with student answers and examiner commentaries and marks. Students can see where mistakes are typically made and where marks can be gained. About the authors: Louisa Walters graduated from University of Wales, Swansea in 2002 with an LLB (Hons) degree and subsequently completed a PGCE (FE). Louisa is now a Teaching and Learning Mentor, as well as teaching AS and A Level law at Gower College Swansea. Louisa 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 at both AS and A2 Level for a major awarding body. Karen Philips has been teaching A Level and undergraduate law for over 10 years and specialises in EU, family and criminal law. She currently works in St David’s Catholic College in Cardiff. She is an experienced examiner for AS and A Level law for a major awarding body and also works as a lecturer on the law degree in a university. Sara Davies has been teaching A Level law for over 14 years and specialises in civil liberties and criminal law. She currently works in Bridgend College. She is an experienced examiner for AS and A Level law for a major awarding body. Sara won the Colegau Cymru Wales Teacher of the Year Award in 2012. 55444495blk - matchescover jpegblack 372613100blk - matches illuminate logoblack AS Study and Revision Guide Also in this series: 978 0 9568401 3 4 WJEC A2 Law: Criminal Law and Justice – Study and Revision Guide 5 37 26 13 100 blk - matches illu inate logo black