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SWOT: A Level Law 3rd ed

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Nick Johnson, Alan Pannett, Simon CooperLecturer, Newcastle Law School and Senior Examiner, UODLE

ISBN13: 9781854314697
ISBN: 1854314696
Published: September 1995
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Designed as study aids for law students, ""SWOTS"" titles cover law subjects at every level from A level and degree to LPC and Bar exams. ""SWOTS"" point out the problems which are encountered by the student throughout the course, indicating the common pitfalls which contribute to under-achievement or failure in exams.;""SWOTS"" are written by experienced law lecturers who are themselves examiners. Years of watching students make the same mistakes time after time have convinced them that these mistakes could be avoided if students followed a carefully structured aproach to exam technique. The books in the series should enable the student to face his or her exams with confidence and increase their chances of success.;This text on A-level law is designed for A level and AS level students, and provides a clear text, with an emphasis on exam technique and the known areas of difficulty and misunderstanding. The authors recognize the variation in syllabuses and form of exam questions are followed by appropriate answers. Exam-style questions are followed by appropriate answers, with commentaries to reinforce both the legal issues involved in the questions and the presentation of the answers.

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Subjects:
Student Revision Aids
Contents:
A strategy for success; sources of law; courts and settlement of disputes; legal people; civil liability and remedies; the requirements of an enforceable contract; problem areas in contract; consumer protection; the basis of criminal liability
participation, general defences and theft Acts 1968/1978; homicide; an open letter from the examiners.