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We sell innovative solutions for teaching AS and A2 Law which have been produced by experienced teachers and qualified lawyers. Although designed primarily for the AQA syllabus, these materials are ready to use 'straight out the box' for other A Level Examination Boards. All of our differentiated materials focus on the case-law heavy topics, and have been designed expressly to help cement understanding and recall. We are confident that nothing like this is available elsewhere.

We sell innovative solutions for teaching AS and A2 Law which have been produced by experienced teachers and qualified lawyers. Although designed primarily for the AQA syllabus, these materials are ready to use 'straight out the box' for other A Level Examination Boards. All of our differentiated materials focus on the case-law heavy topics, and have been designed expressly to help cement understanding and recall. We are confident that nothing like this is available elsewhere.
A Level Law - Elements of Crime Case Notes and Worksheets (AQA, OCR and WJEC)
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A Level Law - Elements of Crime Case Notes and Worksheets (AQA, OCR and WJEC)

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‘A Level Law Elements of Crime Case Notes and Worksheets’ is a superb teaching resource for all law teachers since it covers the AQA, OCR and WJEC AS and A2 specifications for this topic. It includes all the case notes contained in the companion volume 'A Level Elements of Crime Cases and Materials', but without any of the class activities. These are available in a separate volume 'A Level Law Elements of Crime Class Activities', thereby allowing teachers to buy only the resources they actually need. This volume contains 38 detailed case notes which cover the entire syllabus on actus reus, mens rea and strict liability. On the reverse of each A4 case note is a worksheet with questions and discussion points to help stimulate deeper understanding of the points of law involved and to develop your student's critical analysis skills. These can be photocopied for your students to keep as a valuable resource. In addition, there is a handy revision guide that summarises the facts and points of law in each case considered. This book provides a comprehensive bank of resources to deliver highly effective lessons on the topic of elements of crime. Your students will be delighted to have access to these clear, helpful and high quality resources.
Walker v Northumberland County Council (1995)
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Walker v Northumberland County Council (1995)

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This free case note, and accompanying worksheet, is taken from a series of law materials which are available to purchase on the TES website. You are free to reproduce this work for your own students’ use. We invite you to visit the Ace Law Materials shop on the TES resources website where you will find volumes of case notes, worksheets and a large bank of differentiated class activities (including crosswords, word searches, gap fills and dominoes) for many AS level topics in the AQA, OCR and WJEC syllabi. For those teachers who only need the case notes or the class activities, but not both, these are also available separately at a reduced price. Topics covered in the series published so far include: • Statutory Interpretation • Judicial Precedent • Negligence • Elements of Crime (actus reus, mens rea and strict liability) • Common Assault • Actual and Grievous Bodily Harm
R v Pagett (1983)
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R v Pagett (1983)

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This free case note, and accompanying worksheet, is taken from a series of law materials which are available to purchase on the TES website. You are free to reproduce this work for your own students’ use. We invite you to visit the Ace Law Materials shop on the TES resources website where you will find volumes of case notes, worksheets and a large bank of differentiated class activities (including crosswords, word searches, gap fills and dominoes) for many AS level topics in the AQA, OCR and WJEC syllabi. For those teachers who only need the case notes or the class activities, but not both, these are also available separately at a reduced price. Topics covered in the series published so far include: • Statutory Interpretation • Judicial Precedent • Negligence • Elements of Crime (actus reus, mens rea and strict liability) • Common Assault • Actual and Grievous Bodily Harm
Smith v Superintendent of Woking Police Station (1983)
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Smith v Superintendent of Woking Police Station (1983)

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This free case note, and accompanying worksheet, is taken from a series of law materials which are available to purchase on the TES website. You are free to reproduce this work for your own students’ use. We invite you to visit the Ace Law Materials shop on the TES resources website where you will find volumes of case notes, worksheets and a large bank of differentiated class activities (including crosswords, word searches, gap fills and dominoes) for many AS level topics in the AQA, OCR and WJEC syllabi. For those teachers who only need the case notes or the class activities, but not both, these are also available separately at a reduced price. Topics covered in the series published so far include: • Statutory Interpretation • Judicial Precedent • Negligence • Elements of Crime (actus reus, mens rea and strict liability) • Common Assault • Actual and Grievous Bodily Harm
R v Kennedy (2007)
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R v Kennedy (2007)

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This free case note, and accompanying worksheet, is taken from a series of law materials which are available to purchase on the TES website. You are free to reproduce this work for your own students’ use. We invite you to visit the Ace Law Materials shop on the TES resources website where you will find volumes of case notes, worksheets and a large bank of differentiated class activities (including crosswords, word searches, gap fills and dominoes) for many AS level topics in the AQA, OCR and WJEC syllabi. For those teachers who only need the case notes or the class activities, but not both, these are also available separately at a reduced price. Topics covered in the series published so far include: • Statutory Interpretation • Judicial Precedent • Negligence • Elements of Crime (actus reus, mens rea and strict liability) • Common Assault • Actual and Grievous Bodily Harm
R v Cunningham (1957)
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R v Cunningham (1957)

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This free case note, and accompanying worksheet, is taken from a series of law materials which are available to purchase on the TES website. You are free to reproduce this work for your own students’ use. We invite you to visit the Ace Law Materials shop on the TES resources website where you will find volumes of case notes, worksheets and a large bank of differentiated class activities (including crosswords, word searches, gap fills and dominoes) for many AS level topics in the AQA, OCR and WJEC syllabi. For those teachers who only need the case notes or the class activities, but not both, these are also available separately at a reduced price. Topics covered in the series published so far include: • Statutory Interpretation • Judicial Precedent • Negligence • Elements of Crime (actus reus, mens rea and strict liability) • Common Assault • Actual and Grievous Bodily Harm
Candler v Crane Christmas & Co (1951)
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Candler v Crane Christmas & Co (1951)

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This free case note, and accompanying worksheet, is taken from a series of law materials which are available to purchase on the TES website. You are free to reproduce this work for your own students’ use. We invite you to visit the Ace Law Materials shop on the TES resources website where you will find volumes of case notes, worksheets and a large bank of differentiated class activities (including crosswords, word searches, gap fills and dominoes) for many AS level topics in the AQA, OCR and WJEC syllabi. For those teachers who only need the case notes or the class activities, but not both, these are also available separately at a reduced price. Topics covered in the series published so far include: • Statutory Interpretation • Judicial Precedent • Negligence • Elements of Crime (actus reus, mens rea and strict liability) • Common Assault • Actual and Grievous Bodily Harm
Hunter v Canary Wharf (1998)
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Hunter v Canary Wharf (1998)

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This free case note, and accompanying worksheet, is taken from a series of law materials which are available to purchase on the TES website. You are free to reproduce this work for your own students’ use. We invite you to visit the Ace Law Materials shop on the TES resources website where you will find volumes of case notes, worksheets and a large bank of differentiated class activities (including crosswords, word searches, gap fills and dominoes) for many AS level topics in the AQA, OCR and WJEC syllabi. For those teachers who only need the case notes or the class activities, but not both, these are also available separately at a reduced price. Topics covered in the series published so far include: • Statutory Interpretation • Judicial Precedent • Negligence • Elements of Crime (actus reus, mens rea and strict liability) • Common Assault • Actual and Grievous Bodily Harm