Personnel: Structure of the legal professions; judges and magistrates

The following topic forms part of Unit Two - Understanding Legal Reasoning, Personnel and Methods

Education and the role of the legal professions. Structure of the legal professions; fusion, appointment, training and social background. Role of the legal executive and para-legal personnel. Judiciary: role, hierarchy, selection, training, composition and constitutional position. Magistracy and district judges in the magistrates’ courts: role,selection, appointment and training.

 

 

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Units and Topics

The following units are part of the WJEC A/S and A Level GCE Law (legacy) course

Unit One: Understanding Legal Structures and Processes

Unit Two- Understanding Legal Reasoning, Personnel and Methods

Unit Three: Understanding Substantive Law: Freedom, the State and the Individual: Option One - Contract and Consumer Law

Unit Three: Understanding Substantive Law: Freedom, the State and the Individual: Option Two - Criminal Law and Justice

Unit Three: Understanding Substantive Law: Freedom, the State and the Individual: Option Three - Freedom of the Individual and Protection of Human Rights

Unit Four: Understanding Law in Context: Freedom, the State and the Individual –Option One: Contract and Consumer Law

Unit Four: Understanding Law in Context: Freedom, the State and the Individual –Option Two: Criminal Law and Justice

Unit Four: Understanding Law in Context: Freedom, the State and the Individual – Option Three: Freedom of the Individual and Protection of Human Rights

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