Is studying law at GCSE and A-level a help or hindrance? – The Guardian

Posted November 21st, 2011 in examinations, legal education, news by tracey

“Learning about the law while at school cannot be a bad thing, surely? At a time when legal aid cuts are set to turn many people into litigants in person, one would think the public needs all the legal literacy it can get. And while experts insist it is vital as part of young people’s citizenship education, doing GCSE or A-level law may not be the best way to achieve this, especially if you want to pursue a legal career.”

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The Guardian, 18th November 2011