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The original purpose in founding

the College of Law

as an integral part of

Central Philippine University
was to produce leaders of Christian character.
The success of the Republic of the Philippines
as a democratic nation depends upon
the influence and work of good leaders
who are willing to shoulder the responsibility of
living, promoting, and defending democracy.
 

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DATES OF EXAMINATIONS

MARCH 15, 2014 (SATURDAY) First Batch

APRIL 5, 2014 (SATURDAY) Second Batch

APRIL 26, 2014 (SATURDAY) Third Batch

MAY 17, 2014 (SATURDAY) Fourth Batch

(9:00 AM at NV 203, 2nd Floor, New Valentine Bldg.)

 

Entrance Examination Fee: Php 200.00
( Please pay at the Business Office & bring the receipt on the examination day )

9:00 AM at LAW 102 (Eugenio Lopez Bldg.)

 

THE 2013 CPU LAW ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

An applicant must have earned a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree, or a candidate for graduation for such degree by April 2013, with general average of atleast 2.5 or 80 and should have earned atleast 18 units of English courses, 18 units of Social Sciences courses and 6 units of Mathematic courses.

 

COLLEGE OF LAW ENTRANCE EXAMINATION PROCEDURES

1. Those interested must first pay an examination fee of P500.00 at the Business Office. The receipt of said payment must be submitted to the Secretary of the College on or before the examination day.

2. Within three (3) days after the examination, the names of those qualified for interview, and their respective schedule for interview will be posted at the College of Law bulletin board.

3. Right after the interview, the Dean personally will advise the student on whether or not he/she is qualified for enrolment. The College Secretary keeps the records of all examination results.

SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS ARE AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED ACADEMIC SCHOLARS

For Inquiries: Please visit the CPU Law Dean's Office or call 329-1971 local 1061

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR NEW AND TRANSFERRING STUDENTS

 1. Entrance Examination (Php 200.00 - entrance fee)
 2. Transcript of Records (to be submitted to the Registrar's Office)
 3. Honorable Dismissal (to be submitted to the Registrar's Office)
 4. A Certified True Copy Of Diploma (to be submitted to the Registrar's Office)
 5. 2 NSO Authenticated Xerox copies of Certificate of Live Birth
( 1 copy for the Registrar's Office and 1 copy for the College of Law)
6. 2 pcs. 2X2 Colored Picture ( to be submitted to the College of Law)

                                                                      

                                                

CONGRATULATIONS !!!

DEAN BEDONA for his re-election as MEMBER of the Board of Directors

of the Philippine Association of Law Schools.

 

MELIZA JOAN ROBITE for graduating as  CUM LAUDE in the Bachelor of Laws degree SY 2005-2006

 

TO THE LAW GRADUATES SY 2005-2006

 

ASPERA, Norilyn M. PESTA´┐ŻO, Edgar Janine L.
BESANA, Ian Thomas M. ROBITE, Meliza Joan B.

BILLONES, Karen Kaye P.

SANAGUSTIN, Ma. Jamaica R.
DE ANGEL, Jerlyn D. SIOSAN, Noel Jr. C.
LAMASON, Liza Lyn S. SUMAGAYSAY, Nasty Jones S.
MUELA, Carl Rupert C.

TUNGALA, Jude Joenel M.

PALMARES, Stephen A.  

 

 

TO THE BAR PASSERS 2012

 

CABANTUD, Racel A. TORREFLORES-ALIAN, Connie B.
GUMBAN, Margaret Rose P.
 

 

LEGAL EDUCATION IN THE PHILIPPINES   

  

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

 

 1)  to prepare students  for the practice of  law;

 2)  to increase  awareness  among  members of the legal profession of  the needs of 

       the poor, deprived and oppressed  sectors of society;

   

 3)  to train persons for leadership; and

 4)  to contribute towards the promotion and  advancement of justice and

        improvement of its administration, the legal system and legal institutions in the

        light of the historical and contemporary development of law in the Philippines

        and in other countries.

        

  

2)          

                            

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

 

1)   to impart among law students a broad knowledge of law and its

       various fields, and of legal institutions;

 

2 )  to enhance their legal research abilities to  enable them to

      analyze, articulate and apply the  law effectively, as well as to

      allow them  to have a holistic approach to legal

      problems and issues;

3)   to prepare law students for advocacy, counseling, problem-solving and

       decision- making,  and  develop their ability to deal with recognized legal

       problems of the  present and the  future;

 

4)   to develop competence in any field of  law as  is necessary for gainful

       employment or  sufficient as a  foundation for future training beyond the basic

       professional degree, and to  develop in them the desire and capacity for

      continuing study and self-  improvement;  

      

5)   to inculcate in them the ethics and responsibilities of the legal profession; and

6)   to produce lawyers who pursue the lofty goals of their profession and faithfully

      adhere to its  ethical norms.

        

 

      

If you have any inquiries about

the College of Law,

you may contact us at

Tel No. : (033) 329-1971 local 1061

If you have any comments or suggestions about our website/college, you may email us at  

 law@cpu.edu.ph

last revision: Monday April 17, 2006 02:28 PM