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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition was published, see:
AS Law 3rd ed isbn 9781405836180

Elliott and Quinn: AS Law 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780582822979
ISBN: 0582822971
New Edition ISBN: 9781405836180
Previous Edition ISBN: 0582473195
Published: July 2004
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



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The new edition of this book continues to provide a fresh approach to the study of AS level law. AS Law builds on the strengths of previous books by the same authors and offers a clear explanation of the law in plain English. The book is endorsed by OCR for use with the OCR As Level Law specification. Students following the specifications for AQA and WJEC will also find it ideal.

FEATURES Know Your Terms boxes to help students understand and remember some of the technical legal vocabulary that they need to know. There is also an expanded glossary at the back of the book. Tasks providing possible activities that can be carried out easily to help students explore the subject further. Quick Quizzes at key stages in each chapter, to give students an opportunity to test their knowledge and understanding of the law. Reading on the web sections at the end of each chapter.

These provide references to interesting material that has been referred to in the chapter and which is available free on the Internet. Exam questions and answer guidelines at the end of each chapter to assist students in preparing for their assessments.

Chapter summaries at the end of each chapter, providing a quick and easy outline of the material covered. Website www booksites.net/elliottquinn which provides a useful online updating service.Chapters are structured so that the material is in a systematic order for the purposes of both learning and revision, and clear subheadings make specific points easy to locate.

There is also an Appendix at the end of the book that gives useful general advice on answering exam questions in law.

Contents:
Preface And Acknowledgements;Table of Chapters Required for Examination Boards;Table of Cases;Table of Statutes;PART 1: SOURCES OF LAW;1: Case Law;2: Statute Law;3: Statutory Interpretation;4: Delegated Legislation;5: European Law;6: Law Reform;PART 2: PEOPLE WORKING IN THE LEGAL SYSTEM;7: The Judiciary;8: The Legal Professions;9: The Jury System ;10: Magistrates;PART 3: DISPUTE RESOLUTION;11: Access to Justice;12: The Criminal Justice System;13: Young Offenders;14: Sentencing;15: Sentencing Young Offenders;16: The Civil Justice System;17: Tribunals;18: Appeals;19: Alternative Dispute Resolution;PART 4: THE CONCEPTS OF LIABILITY;20: Elements of a Crime;21: Strict Liability in Criminal Law;22: Non-fatal Offences Against the Person;23: Minors in Criminal Law ;24: Negligence;25: Remedies for Tort