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Loxford Law is a site dedicated to help A-Level Law Students at Sixth Forms & Colleges get the best grades in their AS & A2 Law Exams. Its full of revision guides and notes written by the students themselves, which makes it even more helpful as it is in a language which can be understood. This site is based on the AQA examination board. In the future we hope to provide a wider coverage which includes the OCR examination board and other parts of A-level Law such as, Contract Law. At the moment however we cover, Criminal Law, Tort of Negligence, Sentencing, Non-Fatal Offenses, & Criminal Procedures.
All contents of Loxford Law is written by Students for Students. This is a unique idea which means students can learn in simple english and still get the grades that they need, this idea of "written by students for students" has been tested upon A-Level Law Students and the reports showed an enormously higher understanding upon students. However, this does not mean that teachers are not doing their job, our idea simply just helps students understand Law in a more simple term. D. Hussain Publications has also made sure that all content of this site has been approved by a experienced A-Level Law teacher so users can rest asure that all content is upto date and correct. Loxford Law is always looking for more students who have something to contribute to the community, so if your interested contact The Management through the Contact Us page.

Students are free to print any and all lecture and case notes. Teachers and lecturers are also free to print any such materials and to photocopy them for teaching purposes provided acknowledgement is made of D. Hussain Publications and LoxfordLaw.co.uk. Any such materials must not be sold.

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