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Hi, I am doing a resit for this exam and I was wondering if someone could remind me of what came up last year in section A of the exam?
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civil legal funding and conditional fees

role of juries in the Crown Court and the roles of magistrates

order of training for solicitors

Young offenders

Civil appeals


Section B on Bail and detention& searches (Police)



I'm resitting this exam as well. Are you revising all of the topics?
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(Original post by martina9696)
civil legal funding and conditional fees

role of juries in the Crown Court and the roles of magistrates

order of training for solicitors

Young offenders

Civil appeals


Section B on Bail and detention& searches (Police)



I'm resitting this exam as well. Are you revising all of the topics?
what are you focusing on ?
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If anyone needs any tips I can try to help!
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what are you focusing on ?
Sentencing, Civil courts, ADR, Criminal courts+ Appeals, Bail, Police Powers, Solicitors and Barristers



Is that too risky?
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Sentencing, Civil courts, ADR, Criminal courts+ Appeals, Bail, Police Powers, Solicitors and Barristers



Is that too risky?
no i think its enough,they always have a question on sentencing and police powers and i think ADR might come up
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no i think its enough,they always have a question on sentencing and police powers and i think ADR might come up

What are you focusing on?
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What are you focusing on?
i am focusing on ADR,solicitors and barristers,sentencing,police powers,juries
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I reckon Sentencing will come up in Section B
and Barristers are very likely to come up in Section A
not sure about the rest though
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I reckon Sentencing will come up in Section B
and Barristers are very likely to come up in Section A
not sure about the rest though
yh i think sentencing will come up for section B(more likely on an individual or adult sentencing as youth came up last year) and barristers for section A as solicitors came up last year
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I really hope there isn't a youth sentencing question haha, i really want ADR too, but i think i speak for every law student when i say that. I would like crim appeals, not so much civil and i like police powers, mag/juries.


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