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Why study Law?It is widely recognised that studying law helps develop your analytical ability and critical thinking. It also develops problem solving skills through the application of legal rules.

Law is integral to how a society functions therefore we all should know something about it. If you wish to study law at degree level this course is a useful introduction and will either confirm that law is for you or not. How will you study?We assume that you know nothing about the law when you start.

All we ask of you is an open mind and a willingness to work. All the Law teachers at the College are experienced, well qualified and have a track record of excellence.

We use a variety of teaching methods to ensure all our students learn effectively Information on internships available to Arts and Law student at the University of These are some case studies that show the variety and quality of the .

Subject supportLaw will be a new subject for nearly all of our students as a result we realise you may experience difficulties in coming to grips with it. For this reason the Department offers additional subject support in the form of lunch time drop in sessions.

If you need help a member of the Department will be available to help you at lunchtimes – just ‘drop in’ and see us. A Level Law and Law at UniversityThere is no problem with taking an A level in Law and then going on to study law at degree level – in fact many of our students do just this every year. You do not have to study law at a level in order to do a degree in law – but having studied law at A level it will help confirm to you whether law is the correct degree for you.

What can you do after Law at Xaverian?Many of our Law students go on to a career in law both as Solicitors and Barristers – others go on to careers in other areas such as accountancy, banking and the police 8 May 2018 - Studying law will not only give you the opportunity to qualify as a solicitor or barrister: it will also help you develop a diverse set of skills which .

Law is a recognised and well established A level and will be a valuable asset to you either in the employment or HE markets. Case Study:Alex OrndalAlex came to Xavs from Burnage High School.

He studied Law, Politics and History gaining an A grade in each A Level. He took a Law and Politics Degree at the University of Manchester and then took a year out before starting his Bar Professional Training Course at MMU. He was Called to the Bar at Inner Temple in October 2012.

After taking his Puppilage he became joined Oriel Chambers in Dec.