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    Who has predictions for the upcoming Sources of Law exam on the 19th of May 2017?
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    (Original post by SethMtv)
    Who has predictions for the upcoming English Legal System exam on the 16th of May 2017?
    My law teacher thinks ADR will be because it hasn't been on the last 2 years but other than that, I have no clue
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    (Original post by Abbey3700)
    My law teacher thinks ADR will be because it hasn't been on the last 2 years but other than that, I have no clue
    Judges will almost certainly come up. Solicitors and Barristers will probably be there too.
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    My teacher says that barristers & solicitors is likely - more likely to be focused on barristers. Magistrates is also likely, judges,ADR, sentencing- youth probably, Police Powers also
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    Police Powers is likely
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    Yeah but what area on police powers? Samples? Stop and search?
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    My law teacher decided not to teach judges, is that bad?
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    (Original post by Abbey3700)
    My law teacher decided not to teach judges, is that bad?
    Honestly not so bad, the B question on judges is always really difficult anyway. Just make sure you know all the other topics well
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    (Original post by SethMtv)
    Yeah but what area on police powers? Samples? Stop and search?
    Arrest hasn't been on for a while, but I think samples and interview are likely because I'm sure last year it was dentention and searches
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    (Original post by Abbey3700)
    My law teacher decided not to teach judges, is that bad?
    Mine hasn't either so panicking if a legal funding comes up
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    (Original post by ellekcm)
    Mine hasn't either so panicking if a legal funding comes up
    He hasn't taught us a few of the topics and looking through the past papers, I'm worried it isn't enough :/. He's been doing it for years so I think I'll just have to trust it
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    (Original post by Abbey3700)
    My law teacher decided not to teach judges, is that bad?
    Well, its probably gonna come up but if you've memorised all the other topics very well, then you can afford to skip it.
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    Do you think there's​ going to be a question on juries?
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    I personally don't think juries will come up as it was in the 2016 and 2015 paper
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    (Original post by BigBoyBazza24)
    I personally don't think juries will come up as it was in the 2016 and 2015 paper
    This is my own personal belief on which topics will come up so don't get worried if you think differently:

    - Stop and Search (Police Powers)
    - Arrest (Police Powers)
    - Pre-trial procedures ( for TEW offences like that)
    - Criminal Appeals
    - Sentencing ( most likely Youth related)
    - The Judiciary ( Judges/ Separation of Powers etc)
    - Legal Profession
    - Magistrates
    - ADR
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    (Original post by Bhavesh1)
    Do you think there's​ going to be a question on juries?
    I think it would be unlikely because that came up last year, so more likely Magistrates, but who knows!
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    (Original post by BigBoyBazza24)
    I personally don't think juries will come up as it was in the 2016 and 2015 paper

    As juries and magistrates are lay people they never put both topics on the exam, it's always one or the other. Magistrates is a lot more likely than juries
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    Guys what about sources of law exam any predictions ?
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    (Original post by gkhan14)
    Guys what about sources of law exam any predictions ?
    Is that G152?
    If so my teacher thinks judicial precedent - practice statement & delegated legislation
 
 
 
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