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OCR A Level Law 2
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OCR A Level Law 2: student book

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781510401778

Publication Date: 23 Mar 2018

Subject: Social sciences

Suitable for: Secondary (Year 12, Year 13)

Exam board: OCR

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Summary

Exam board: OCR
Level: A-level
Subject: Law
First teaching: September 2017
First exams: Summer 2019

Endorsed by OCR.

Accurately cover the breadth of content in the new 2017 OCR A Level specifications with this textbook written by leading A Level Law authors.

This engaging and accessible textbook contains complete coverage of the full A Level specification. From leading law authors Jacqueline Martin, Richard Wortley and Nicholas Price, it is comprehensive, authoritative and updated with important changes to the law.

-Book 2 covers the A Level material beyond AS.
-Important, up-to-date and interesting cases and scenarios highlight key
points.
-Discussion and activity tasks increase your students' understanding of
more difficult concepts.
-Practice questions and self-test questions to help your students prepare
for their exams.

This student book includes:
*Criminal Law (Additional A Level content);
*The Law of Tort (Additional A Level content);
*The Nature of Law;
*Human Rights Law;
*The Law of Contract.

Authors:
-Jacqueline Martin LLM has ten years' experience as a practising barrister
and has taught law at all levels.
-Richard Wortley is Director and Head of Department of the Jill Dando
Institute of Security and Crime Science at University College London.
-Nicholas Price is an experienced teacher of Law and is an A Level Law
textbook author.

Contents

Acknowledgements
Preface
Tables of legislation
Tables of cases
Introduction
Book coverage of specification content

Component 3 Section A
Chapter 1 Overview of the theory of criminal law
Chapter 2 Murder
Chapter 3 Voluntary manslaughter
Chapter 4 Involuntary manslaughter
Chapter 5 Theft
Chapter 6 Robbery and burglary
Chapter 7 Mental capacity defences
Chapter 8 General defences
Chapter 9 Preliminary offences: attempts
Chapter 10 Torts connected with land: private and public nuisance
Chapter 11 Torts connected to land: Rylands v Fletcher
Chapter 12 Vicarious liability
Chapter 13 Law and morality
Chapter 14 Law and justice
Chapter 15 Law and society
Chapter 16 Law and technology
Component 3 Section B Option 1
Chapter 17 Rules and theory of human rights law
Chapter 18 Protection of the individual's human rights and freedoms in
the UK
Chapter 19 Article 5: the right to liberty and security
Chapter 20 Article 6: the right to a fair trial
Chapter 21: Article 8: the right to respect for family and private life
Chapter 22 Article 10: freedom of expression
Chapter 23 Article 11: the right to freedom of assembly and association
Chapter 24 Enforcement of human rights laws
Component 3 Section B Option 2
Chapter 25 The rules and theory of contract law
Chapter 26 Formation of contract (1): offer and acceptance
Chapter 27 Formation of contract (2): intention to create legal relations,
consideration and privity
Chapter 28 Terms (1): express and implied terms
Chapter 29 Terms (2): exclusion and limitation clauses
Chapter 30 Vitiating factors
Chapter 31 Discharge
Chapter 32 Remedies

Glossary
Practice questions
Index

Category
NF
Subject
Social sciences
Dewey
340
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Publisher
Pub. date
23 Mar 2018
Edition
Original
ISBN
9781510401778
BIC code
Binding
Paperback
Pages
352
Width
214mm
Height
276mm
Weight
1140g
Index
Yes
Contents page
Yes
Glossary
Yes
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