Studying Law at Weston College
We work with local legal businesses to create successful and effective law courses, for school-leavers, that teach you the skills an qualities that employers are looking for. You’ll also benefit from the facilities in our newly opened Law and Professional Services Academy.
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We've bundled the best education in the area with career boosted benefits - and are levering our contacts as one of the largest Colleges in the country to give you the best possible chance of success.
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This paralegal apprenticeship is suitable for those who are providing legal support while working under supervision. It has been designed in collaboration with a number of law firms and legal departments with experience in employing paralegals, with the close involvement of CILEx Regulation and the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Alongside wo...Click Here
Criminology is a qualification which includes elements of psychology, law and sociology. The programme leads to the development of knowledge and understanding of the criminal justice system, awareness of the cause and effects of different types of crime. You will also examine theories that explain the behaviours and reasons why people commit c...Click Here
Law, A Level
This programme will develop your understanding of the legal system, covering aspects of criminal law, tort (negligence), and contract law. You will also learn how and why laws are created, with consideration of justice, morality and the power of judges to make laws. You will have the opportunity to witness the law in action by visiting local ...Click Here
Politics, A Level
This programme will increase your awareness of political processes and give you an insight into the institutions that make our country, and the rest of the world, work. You will start by studying the UK’s political system, eventually moving on to the issues surrounding politics in the US. This will develop your understanding of both systems...Click Here
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