Who is to decide what is right or wrong? Should you always pay for the crimes you commit? Should blame always mean compensation? If you like to debate and solve complex issues, join us to explore how Law regulates all aspects of life – rightly or wrongly!
Topics you will study:
• Criminal Law
You will also consider how morals and public policy impact upon the development of our laws. Lively debates, mock trials and case studies will enhance your knowledge. This course provides an excellent foundation for studying Law at degree level.
General entry criteria apply plus a Grade 5 in GCSE English Language and Grade 4 in a traditional written subject, for example GCSE History or English Literature.
Future careers include becoming a solicitor, barrister, legal executive, police officer, prison officer, probation officer, working with the youth offending team and social work.
Our students have gone on to degrees at universities, for example the University of Law or routes via apprenticeships at local firms such as Wilkin Chapman.