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Does anyone have any predictions on what questions may come up for the 2017 paper for a level law, parliamentary law making, delegated legislation and the legal profession and other sources of advice and funding??
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im doing as law too. for parliamentary law making, law-making procedure comes up every year. id learn that, advantages and disadvantages of parliamentary law making and parliamentary sovereignty might come up.
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Im doing As law AQA this year and I found that statutory instruments, orders in council and why parliament delegates law making powers will come up. Advantages and disadvantages may come up too.
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Does anyone have any predictions on what questions may come up for the 2017 paper for a level law, parliamentary law making, delegated legislation and the legal profession and other sources of advice and funding??
I'm doing A2 now. I can tell you roughly some of the questions last year. I know passage of a Bill will nearly always appear so know that fluently. We also had parliamentary controls on delegated legislation so know those ultra vires well (you're so lucky to get them)!


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I'm doing A2 now. I can tell you roughly some of the questions last year. I know passage of a Bill will nearly always appear so know that fluently. We also had parliamentary controls on delegated legislation so know those ultra vires well (you're so lucky to get them)!


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When you say passage of a Bill do you mean the parliamentary procedure?
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When you say passage of a Bill do you mean the parliamentary procedure?
I sure do!
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does anyone know how you'd answer 'explain judicial controls on delegated legislation' and 'describe judicial controls on delegated legislation' differently?
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does anyone know how you'd answer 'explain judicial controls on delegated legislation' and 'describe judicial controls on delegated legislation' differently?
they're exactly the same question aren't they?
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Are these predictions for the WJEC exam board?
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No it's AQA.
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Is anyone doing parliamentary law making, delegated legislation and ADR for Unit 1?


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So what's coming up? Obsiouly you don't know for sure but what has a strong chance?
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So what's coming up? Obsiouly you don't know for sure but what has a strong chance?
Who's this in reply to?


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Who's this in reply to?


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It's an open question
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It's an open question
Check out this thread below -

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4685772


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Im doing Statutory interpretation, Judicial Precedent, Criminal Courts and Lay People. Does anyone have any predictions on what will come up?
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You're doing exactly what I'm doing!!
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For Unit 2, is it likely for AR to come up as a question as it hasn't in the past 6 years?


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You're doing exactly what I'm doing!!
I hate the legal profession! How do you find it? It's also crazy because to get an A overall you need 9/10 throughout with at least one 10/10!
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For Unit 2, is it likely for AR to come up as a question as it hasn't in the past 6 years?


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AR is unlikely because what can you really talk about?
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