AS Law for OCR

Series
Longman
Author
Catherine Elliott / Frances Quinn  
Publisher
Pearson Longman
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
440
Pub.-date
June 2008
ISBN13
9781405858847
ISBN
1405858842
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Description

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. 

It contains material to stretch the more advanced students, whilst containing a wealth of learning support for those needing a little more guidance.  It also supports teachers in delivering a successful course through the dedicated companion website with teacher tools to use in class.

 

Written by the renowned Elliott & Quinn author team, you can be assured that this text will fully support the AS Law OCR syllabus, demonstrated through the author's dedication to quality content and presentation, providing students with material that can be relied on and trusted.

Features

    • 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.

 

Table of Contents

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

Select bibliography

Glossary

Answers to exercises

Back Cover

AS Law for OCR is written specifically to cover the requirements of the new OCR specifications and has been designed to be used by all levels and styles of learner with each being challenged and excited by their study.

It contains material to stretch the more advanced students, whilst providing a wealth of learning support for those needing a little more guidance. It also supports teachers in delivering a successful course through the dedicated companion website with teacher tools to use in class.

Written by the renowned Elliott & Quinn author team and reviewed by teachers and examiners, you can be assured that this text will fully support the new AS Law OCR syllabus, providing students with material that can be relied on and trusted.

 

Key Features

  • 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.

Do you want to give yourself a head start come exam time?

Visit www.mylawchamber.co.uk/elliottquinnocr to access exercises to test yourself on topics covered in the book, and updates to major changes in the law to make sure you know the latest developments.

Also includes a range of teaching support materials to help teachers to teach the subject.

About the authors:

Catherine Elliott is a qualified Barrister and Senior Lecturer in Law at City University. She has extensive experience of teaching law to both undergraduate and A-level students.

Frances Quinn is an award-winning journalist, with a particular interest and experience in law.

Author

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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