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Law study resources

Author: Jim Riley  Last updated: Sunday 23 September, 2012

We've just started a project to develop a comprehensive collection of study notes and revision quizzes for GCSE and A Level Law. We'll be adding these resources to this home page.

Don't forget we also have the Law Blog which provides other materials for Law teachers and students.

Law Study Notes

Elements of a Contract
Conditions & Warranties
Express & Implied Terms
Representation & Terms
Exemption Clauses & Unfair Terms

Law Study Quizzes

Introduction to Criminal and Civil Law
Structure of UK Courts
Alternatives to Court
Sources of Law - Legislation
Sources of Law - Precedent
Sources of Law - European Law
Legal Personnel
Concept of Liability
Law of Contract - Essential Elements
Law of Contract - Terms and Conditions
Law of Contract - Breach and Discharge
Employment Law
Consumer Law
Tort - Negligence
Tort - Other Elements
Workplace Health & Safety
Business Organisation

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