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A-Level Law Revision Notes

Our A-Level Law revision notes are broken down into topics so that you can easily pinpoint areas you want to focus on. Through clear descriptions and diagrams, they clearly explain even the hardest of concepts and you can use them alongside other revision resources to create your own notes.


Read some of our most frequently asked questions and answers

How can I revise for A-Level Law exams effectively?

Start by creating a comprehensive study schedule that allocates specific time to each subject area, such as contract law, criminal law, and tort law. Use revision guides and textbooks to summarize key principles and cases. Use past exam papers to practice applying legal principles and honing your problem-solving skills. You could also consider forming or joining study groups to discuss and debate legal issues.

How should I approach the essay-based questions in A-Level Law exams to ensure clarity and depth in my responses?

Start your essay with a clear introduction, outlining your argument or thesis. Use IRAC (Issue, Rule, Application, Conclusion) or CREAC (Conclusion, Rule, Explanation, Application, Conclusion) structures to organize your answers, ensuring you address the issue, cite relevant legal rules, apply them to the facts, and conclude with a succinct summary. Refer to key cases and legal principles to support your arguments. Practice essay writing under timed conditions to enhance your time management skills and ensure your responses are concise and focused.

What is the best approach for revising complex legal cases and statutes in preparation for the A-Level Law exams?

Focus on understanding the legal reasoning behind landmark cases. Analyze dissenting opinions to grasp different viewpoints. Create case summary cards, outlining the facts, issues, decisions, and reasoning. For statutes, break down complex sections into manageable parts and create flowcharts or diagrams illustrating the elements of offences or legal procedures. Apply these laws to hypothetical scenarios, practicing how to apply statutes to real-world situations. Regularly review and quiz yourself on cases and statutes to reinforce your memory.