LawApril 14, 2023 2023-05-08 6:38
The Cambridge International A Level Law course introduces students to the study of law, focusing on the legal systems and principles that underpin society. The course covers a broad range of topics, including the sources of law, criminal law, contract law, tort law, and human rights law, among others. Students are encouraged to think critically and analytically about the law and its role in society, and to develop skills in legal analysis and argumentation.
- Introduce students to the fundamental principles and concepts of law
- Develop students’ understanding of the legal systems and structures that underpin society
- Encourage students to think critically and analytically about legal issues and problems
- Develop students’ skills in legal analysis, argumentation, and research
- Prepare students for further study in law or related fields, or for careers in law, government, or other fields where legal knowledge and skills are valuable.
- Developing critical thinking and analytical skills: through studying legal principles and cases, students learn to analyse complex issues and arguments and develop their own reasoned opinions.
- Developing communication and argumentation skills: legal analysis and argumentation require students to be able to communicate their ideas effectively and persuasively.
- Understanding the role of law in society: A Level Law provides students with a broad understanding of the legal systems and principles that shape society, and can help them to become more informed and engaged citizens.
- Preparation for further study or careers: provides a strong foundation for further study in law or related fields, or for careers in law, government, or other fields where legal knowledge and skills are valuable.