This update was first published on 5 July 2023. We've now updated the Teachers’ Guide for Law Making and the Law of Tort on Teach Cambridge, please see below.
We've reviewed the European Union (EU) law coverage in our specifications for AS and A Level Law (H018/H418). We’ve carried out this review as the Department for Education has published new content requirements following the UK's withdrawal from the European Union.
We can confirm EU law will remain part of the specification for the components below and should be taught and studied in relation to its historical impact on the law of England and Wales:
We’ve updated the content guidance in section 2c of the AS and A Level Law specifications to reflect this.
You can view and download the updated AS Level Law and A Level Law specifications from the Law qualification page on our website, and in the Key documents area on Teach Cambridge.
We've also updated the Teachers’ Guide for Law Making and the Law of Tort document for A Level Law (H418/02) which is available from the Teaching > Teaching delivery > Teaching and delivery guides section on Teach Cambridge.
We've not changed the specification content for these qualifications, we have simply clarified the guidance to reflect the UK’s departure from the European Union.
Students being assessed in June 2024 will be credited for correct answers in relation to the UK’s new and/or previous relationship with the European Union where applicable.
If you have any queries about this update, please call our Customer Support Centre on 01223 553998 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.