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I'm looking to study law next year at uni and to boost my chances I want to do an EPQ my title is "how has law developed to a modern society?" I want to do something about law through time. Is this good or what else would be better. I want to go into business and contract law.
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I'm looking to study law next year at uni and to boost my chances I want to do an EPQ my title is "how has law developed to a modern society?" I want to do something about law through time. Is this good or what else would be better. I want to go into business and contract law.
That's too ambiguous a question for the EPQ, you either need to make it much more focussed (ie. 2000-present) or another specific timeframe. I made the same mistake with mine initially ("To what extent has the development of politics and society been advanced at the expense of natural Law") which is a pretty similar question to yours really.

Similarly, if you're interested in business and contract Law, why not do an EPQ on that specific area?! - shows to Universities that you're focussed and know that Silk (Criminal) Law isn't reflective of the entire profession. On the same note, it would also demonstrate to future employers that you've been interested in that area of Law since A levels which isn't a bad thing either.

If you need any more help on choosing another title or focussing the one you've got let me know - It really is better to get it sorted before you properly start!
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