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Law is a subject that is both fascinating and applied in a number of contexts including the police, the courts and all the ancillary industries associated with it. Law trains the mind to think logically and that is a skill required in many types of work. Many of our students have developed links with local law firms and have gone on to train with them.

Knowledge of the law gives you more power over your life and builds your confidence when dealing with others. Awareness of people’s rights and responsibilities under the law is important in the modern world.

“Law is a very informative subject that is great if you have an interest in current affairs and love to understand how the justice system in this country works. It has certainly made me think about my future career options and I am now considering taking a Law Degree.”

Law A Level student

On this course you will study the following topics:

  • How laws are made
  • The work of the civil and criminal courts
  • Criminal law
  • Property offences
  • Philosophy of law
  • Morality and justice

The course is well managed, handouts provided are well
structured and it’s clear what we are learning and why.

A Level Law student




Standard College entry requirements: 5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above including Maths and English Language. In addition you will need a grade 5 or higher in GCSE English Language or Literature.

Why study Law?

Law affects everyone, this course increases your understanding of the world in which we live and demonstrates how legal decisions are made.

I have been told that Law A Level is not accepted if I want to study Law at degree level, is this true?  

Every university law department accepts Law A Level.