For June 2019, we allowed both Ghosh and Ivey. When there’s further clarification, then our position will change but at the moment we will accept Ghosh as still being the law (technically), and Ivey as being the will and further intention of the court.
Articles in this section
- AS and A Level Law: Using Active Results to analyse students’ grades
- AS and A Level Law: Common queries about topics no longer in the specification
- A Level Law: Are students still required to know about EU Law?
- A Level Law: Should students include reforms in their answers?
- A Level Law: Citing cases in 25 mark questions
- A Level Law: Keeping criminal and civil substantive law separate
- A Level Law: Are students expected to apply Ghosh or Ivey as the test for dishonesty?
- A Level Law: For contract law, do students need to be aware of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 and the Sale of Goods and Services Act 1982?