what is it like?

  • 0 votes

I am currently doing my GCSE's and have been looking into careers. i have always found law attractive, im just wondering what people who have taken the course think of it? any information on the course would be very nice, thank you.

Posted Thu 13th December, 2012 @ 23:09 by daniel hays

2 Answers

  • 0 votes

I do AS Law, and its really interesting. Because you're doing it at GCSE, its really good because a lot of it comes up at AS. At the moment, the topics we do are Acts of Parliament (how bills are drafted), EU law, Statutory Interpretation, Law Reform, Delegated Legislation and Judicial Precedent. I never did it at GCSE, but its really cool and detailed!

When you choose ur options at college, a lot of people recommend History , English Lit/Lang along with Law because its good and helps you out really. 

Answered Sat 15th December, 2012 @ 13:05 by HumairaaP09
  • 0 votes

AS Law isn't as exciting as A2 Law, but I think it's still very worthwhile to learn. If you're like me and you can write quite well and soak up information that "just makes sense" (For me, Maths equations leak out of my memory but stuff like Business and Law sticks!) then go for it!

It is a challenging subject and the hardest part is remembering key cases and laws, but you'll get there in the end. 

Unlike the above advice I take Business & Economics, Physics and Government & Politics alongside Law.

Answered Mon 24th December, 2012 @ 11:26 by Alex Smith