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GCSE Law Jacqueline Martin

GCSE Law By Jacqueline Martin

GCSE Law by Jacqueline Martin

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Assuming no prior knowledge of the subject, this textbook covers the full syllabus for law at GCSE level. The book introduces students to specialized legal vocabulary and covers such topics as legal aid, European law, and court structure. Practice examination questions are included.

GCSE Law Summary

GCSE Law by Jacqueline Martin

This is the second edition of the highly-successful GCSE Law. It is an ideal resource for students on a range of GCSE Law courses. The text assumes no prior knowledge of the subject. Specialised legal vocabulary is introduced and explained clearly in every chapter and the book covers a wide range of topics. These include: differences between civil and criminal law, court structure, settling disputes, legal aid, family law, tort, European law, powers of arrest and applying the law. In short everything you need to know about the legal system for success on an introductory course. Other key features include: - Student activities - Full GCSE syllabus coverage - Examination questions

About Jacqueline Martin

Jacqueline Martin is a Chief Examiner for Law A level. She has ten years' experience as a practising barrister and teaches students of all ages.

Table of Contents

Introducing law, criminal courts, civil courts, settling disputes outside the court, the legal profession, legal aid and advice, sources of law, criminal law (powers of arrest and sentencing), law of contract, consumer law, tort, employment law, family law, inheritance, freedoms.

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GCSE Law by Jacqueline Martin
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