In A-Level Law, Year 12 have been writing legal leaflets and practising negotiation techniques
Year 12 Law students have been busy this half term, learning about law making and delegated legislation. This is the way that many of the Covid 19 laws have been made. They each made a leaflet explaining the different types of delegated legislation and why Parliament uses it. They have also been researching alternatives to taking cases to court. Two students took on roles negotiating for fictional pharmaceutical companies who both needed five ‘magic’ oranges to use in a (non Covid-related) vaccine. It was a tense negotiation but a compromise was reached. Meanwhile, Year 13 finished the term with a Zoom call with a senior lecturer at the University of Surrey, who gave them some advice on technique in legal exams for the forthcoming mocks.