The study of Law empowers as well as informs. Understanding the rules and institutions that regulate our society gives us a better awareness of our individual rights and responsibilities. We are better equipped to participate in society, to scrutinise political arguments and to challenge unfairness.
As an academic subject Law is always relevant to everyday life and the big issues of our day. Although A-level Law is not required for the study of Law at university, it provides a brilliant foundation for such study and allows students to gauge if this is the degree for them. Apart from its obvious relevance to legal careers, A-level Law is also very helpful for a wider range of other career paths such as policing, the armed forces, social services, and management.
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