Essential GCSE Law
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This book is part of the Cavendish Essential series. The books in the series are designed to provide useful revision aids for the hard-pressed student.
They are not,of course, intended to be substitutes for more detailed treatises. Other textbooks in the Cavendish portfolio must supply these gaps. The Cavendish Essential Series is now in its second edition and is a well established favourite among students. The team of authors bring a wealth of lecturing and examining experience to the task in hand. Many students who have studied or are studying law find the experience 'painful'. One of the main complaints is that there is so much to learn and so many cases to remember.
This book is written based on both A Level and GCSE Law Syllabus. For students who progress to higher level, this book can also be used as a basis for them to develop their own personal law revision notes.
Table of Contents
Nature of Law; Modern Sources of English Law; Criminal Law; Contract Law; Tort Law; Family Law; Law of Succession; Freedom under the Law; Legal Process and Institutions.
Kenny Chin is a solicitor in Richomnds Solictors, Newcastle upon Tyne. He has many years of expereince teaching GCSE Law.