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Courses Offered:
Bachelor of Laws

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Vision

            The UPH College of Law is the most accessible law school in the southern outskirts of Metro Manila. The school aims to be at par with the top Manila law schools. So as to be able to offer comparable legal education within the reach of those desirous of becoming lawyers, but are constrained because of the distance from the perceived top law schools.

Mission

            It is the aim of the UPH College of Law to provide quality legal education and instill the Perpetualite creed that “Character building is Nation building” to future members of the legal profession.
           
            Our goal is to produce graduates who are armed with the necessary legal knowledge and competence which will enable them to hurdle the Bar Examinations; and thereafter become instrumental members of the legal profession who will exercise their duties in accordance with the ethical mandates of the legal profession founded on the virtues instilled in them as Perpetualites.

Brief History

            The UPH College of Law was opened in 1994 with an initial enrollment of only twenty seven (27) students.  The college was fortunate to have as its first Dean, Ambassador Privado G. Jimenez.

            The second Dean is the renowned Judge Ed Vincent S. Albano a noted author, MCLE and Philja lecturer, bar reviewer and law professor. He is instrumental in the recognition of the College as one of the youngest but competitive law schools in the legal circle. Under the auspices of Dean Albano, the law school traversed towards

the path of excellence, recruiting top caliber law professors abreast with the dynamic legal doctrines.

            Dean Albano was then succeeded by Atty. Joe-Santos B. Bisquera, CPA MBA  for a brief period of time.

            In 2011 Justice Conrado M. Vasquez, Jr. retired Presiding Justice of the Court of Appeals assumed the deanship. Illustrious as the man, the eldest son of Ombudsman Conrado M. Vasquez, Sr., Dean Vasquez has rather modestly set to continue towards the path of excellence grounded on a firm faith in the Almighty God and adherence to what is just  and right.

           The fifth and incumbent dean is Atty. Wilfredo L. Bejasa, CPA, MBA, MPA, EdD. Dean Bejasa was the 1988 Class Valedictorian of the Arellano University-College of Law. He has been a member of the faculty of the College of Law since its foundation in 1994. A seasoned practitioner and academician, he seeks to adopt reforms to sustain the progress of the law school.

Achievements

The UPHSL College of Law has produced Alumni who are noteworthy additions to the legal profession; holding major positions in offices such as Bureau of Internal Revenue, Office of the Solicitor General, National Prosecution Service, Land Registration Authority, Public Safety, the Supreme Court, Local Government Units and even in the Academe. Not to mention an 11th and 22nd placer in the 2005 Bar Examinations.

In December 1, 2015, the Legal Education Board commended the UPHSL College of Law for its notable performance in the Bar Examinations of 2012, 2013 and 2015 citing it as 3rd Best Performing Law School.(Among law schools fielding five (5) to nineteen (19) examinees in the years cited.)

Last November 11, 2016, once again our school has been cited as a top performing law school in the 2015 Bar Examinations. We ranked number (five) 5 in the top performing law schools as regards over all passing rate and number nine (9) in the top law schools in terms of passing rate for the new examinees/first timers.

Bachelor of Laws (Ll.B.): It is a four-year course that may be taken in semesters or trimesters. It is the basic degree in legal education, and presupposes a collegiate or university bachelor’s degree, as earlier prescribed. All subjects in the Ll.B. curriculum must be taken within the entire semester prescribed by the model curriculum, and cannot be delivered in “modular fashion”, that is, completing the subject by class held continuously for a number of days, although satisfying the required number of hours. Neither shall distance education be allowed unless otherwise provided by the board. (Section 18 Legal Education Board M. O. No. 1)

A. Rules for Admission of New Students

            An applicant for admission to the UPH College of Law should be a holder of at least a baccalaureate degree conferred by a duly recognized university or college with the LEB-prescribed prerequisites for admission to the Bachelor of Laws program.
            After compliance with the entrance examination requirement administered by the Student Personnel Services Office and with the interview conducted by the Dean/Administrative Officer, the applicant must submit the following:

  • Transcript of Records bearing the remark Copy for the University of Perpetual Help System  Laguna with two (2) certified true copies;

  • Three clear photocopies of Birth Certificate (bring 
         original for reference) and three clear photocopies of marriage contract for married female applicants;

  • Three (3) recent 2x2 colored pictures;

  • Long brown envelope (3 pieces)


  • B. Transferees

                The UPH College of Law accepts transferees from other law schools and credits previously earned subjects, provided such subjects are of the same course description and unit-weight as those offered in the College, and the transferee obtained a grade of at least 75.

    C. Cross Enrollment

    The College does not allow cross enrollment in any College of the University, nor in any other College or University for that matter, except upon meritorious grounds as may be determined by the Dean.

    D. Summer Class

    The College does not offer summer classes.

    E. Scholastic Grading System

               The academic curriculum of the College is composed of four academic years. Each academic year is divided into two semesters. Each semester in turn divided into two grading periods; the midterm period and the finals period.

               The final grade is based on weighted average of 40% for midterms and 60% percent for finals; the components of which are left to the discretion of the professors in the observance of their academic freedom.

    A student must be able to obtain a numeric grade of at least 75% in order to pass a course and advance to its the next level following its pre-requisite as may be applicable.

    All students must carry at least 70% of the units required for every semester. The maximum load for any student is eight subjects per semester unless otherwise allowed by the Dean.

    Kinds of Law Students

    Regular Students – those enrolled in law subjects in the ordinary course of the study of law;

    Refresher Course Students – those who are enrolled in the first and second semesters of the fourth year level of the law program in consequence of their failure to pass the Bar Examinations in the number of times fixed in Bar Matter 1161, June 8, 2004;

    Audit Students – those who are enrolled in one or several law subjects as mere listeners without earning any credit. However, should an audit student decide to pursue the degree; he or she has to undergo a written revalida examination to be administered by the Office of the Dean to ascertain whether or not he or she can earn credit for the subject/s he or she enrolled.

               When the audit student passes the written revalida examination; he or she will earn the corresponding credit and shall be allowed to enroll the other law subjects in the order prescribed in the academic curriculum.

    Attendance

                Each law professor is given the discretion whether or not to give credit for attendance. He/she however is mandated by University policy not to accept in class a student who has already exceeded the number of allowable absences as provided for in this handbook.

                Each subject has a corresponding number of allowable absences equivalent to twenty percent (20%) of its unit – weight. Any student who has incurred more than this latitude shall for all intents and purposes be given a mark of Unauthorized Withdrawal (UAW), which is also equivalent to 5.00.

    Subject Unit - Weight

    Hours of Allowable   Absences for a Semester

    6 units/hours per week

    21.6

    5 units/hours per week

    18

    4 units/hours per week

    14.4

    3 units/hours per week

    10.8

    2 units/hours per week

    7.2

    1 unit/hour per week

    3.6

     

    Examinations

               All examinations must be taken on the examination dates set by the Office of the Dean. Any request for postponement or re – scheduling must be made to the Office of the Dean in order to avoid conflict of schedules.
               
    The College does not give any special or removal examination. Any student who fails to take the mid – term examination shall obtain the same grade he/she will obtain in his/her final examination for that particular subject. (“DOUBLE THE FINALS” rule).

    Incomplete

               A mark of INCOMPLETE may be obtained if a student fails to take the final examination in any subject.

             The highest completion grade a student may obtain in any subject is 75% only.

             If the midterm grade of a student who fails to take the final exam is such that even a mark of 75% for the completion exam will not suffice to give him a passing mark, he shall not be allowed to take the completion exam anymore.

                The student has one academic year to take a completion exam to be reckoned from the semester he/she incurred an incomplete mark.

    Prerequisite Courses

                A student shall not be permitted to take any advanced subject until he or she has satisfactorily passed the prerequisite course/s.

               The Dean, in his or her discretion, may allow a student to simultaneously enroll in the prerequisite and advanced courses under any of the following circumstances:

    1. When the prerequisite subject is a repeated subject
    2. When the student has superior scholastic standing;
    3. When the student is graduating at the end of the school year; subject to the colatilla that should he or she obtain a failing mark in the prerequisite subject, the advanced subject should likewise be marked as failed regardless of whether or not the student actually obtained a passing mark.
    4. When the dean, upon recommendation of the professor concerned, satisfies himself or herself that the student is able to take the prerequisite subject and the subject of which the other subject is a prerequisite simultaneously. This will also apply to instances 1 and 2 above.

    Probation

    A student may be put under probation period when he or she has incurred more than two failing marks in a given semester. It is discretionary upon the Dean as to what grade point average should be required of a student under probation, as it should be determined on a case to case basis.

    Academic Awards and other co – curricular citations

    Academic awards for graduation are governed by the rules and regulations of the University’s scholarship committee.

    Co – curricular citations such loyalty award and leadership award are determined by the Office of the Registrar and the Office of the Dean respectively.

    F. Returning Students

    Law students who wish to re – enroll after they have stopped schooling for at least one academic year are required to undergo academic standing evaluation before being accepted back. The Dean reserves the right to have such student repeat a subject that he/she has already taken and passed as may be determined by the former.

    G. Rules in Discipline

    Law students are mandated to observe University Rules and Regulations as provided for in The Perpetualites Handbook. None compliance with the same will warrant the same sanctions as prescribed by the University. The more pertinent of these rules which are equally applicable to Law students are, to wit:

    No Smoking Policy

    The University is a smoke free campus; hence all students are prohibited from smoking anywhere within the premises.

    Dress Code

                Law students are required to wear the proper attire while inside the University. Law professors are mandated not to accept students in class who are not in the proper attire. Executive attire is required for both male and female students, working or otherwise. Plunging necklines, sleeveless blouses, miniskirts and slippers are prohibited.

    H. Adding/Dropping of Subjects

    A student may be allowed to add or drop a subject in a given semester during the period prescribed by the Office of the Registrar. He/she shall pay the corresponding dropping fee as quoted by the Office of the Cashier.

    Any student who does not drop out officially shall obtain a mark of Unauthorized Withdrawal (UAW), which is also equivalent to 5.00.



    COURSE DESCRIPTION

    FIRST YEAR – 1ST SEMESTER

    Persons & Family Relations (4 units lecture – recitation)
                A basic course on the law of persons and family which first views the effect and application of laws, to examine the legal norms affecting civil personality, marriage, property relations between husband and wife, legal separation, the matrimonial regimes of absolute community, conjugal partnership of gains, and complete separation of property; paternity and filiation, adaption, guardianship, support, parental authority. Surnames, absence and emancipation, including the rules of procedure relative to the foregoing.

    Constitutional Law I (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A survey and evaluation of basic principles dealing with the structure of the Philippine Government.

    Criminal Law I (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A detailed examination into the characteristics of criminal law, the nature of felonies, stages of execution, circumstances affecting criminal liability, persons criminally liable; the extent and extinction of criminal liability as well as the understanding of penalties in criminal law, their nature and theories, classes, crimes, habitual delinquency, juvenile delinquency, the Indeterminate Sentence Law and Probation Law. The course covers Article 1-113 of the Revised Penal Code and related laws.

    Legal Writing (2 units lecture – practical application)
                An introduction of legal writing techniques; it involves applied legal bibliography, case digesting and reporting analysis, legal reasoning and preparation of legal opinions or memoranda.

    Legal Research (2units lecture – recitation)
                The course will introduce structures to the methodology of legal research and preparation of legal opinions, memoranda, or expository or critical paper on any subject approved by the faculty member teaching it.

    Statutory Construction (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A course that explores the use and force of statues and principles and methods of their construction and interpretation.

    FIRST YEAR – 2ND SEMESTER

    Obligations and Contracts (5 units lecture – recitation)
                An in-depth study of the nature, kinds and effect of obligations and their extinguishment; contracts in general, their requisites, form and interpretation; defective contracts quasi contracts, natural obligations, and estoppel.

    Constitutional Law 2 (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A comprehensive study of the Constitution, the bill of rights and judicial review of the acts affecting them.
                      
    Criminal Law 2 (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A comprehensive appraisal of specific felonies penalized in Book II of the Revised Penal Code, as amended, their nature, elements and corresponding penalties.

    Legal Technique and Logic (2 units lecture – recitation)
    A course on the methods of reasoning, syllogisms, arguments and expositions, deductions, the truth table demonstrating invalidity and inconsistency of arguments. It also includes the logical organization of legal language and logical testing of judicial reasoning.

     

    Basic Legal Ethics (3 units lecture – recitation)
                   
                    A course that focuses on the canons of legal ethics involving the duties and responsibilities of the lawyer with respect to the public or society, the bar or legal profession, the courts and the client.

    Land Titles and Deeds (2 units lecture – recitation)
                The system and method of registration of real property under Act 496 as amended by P.D. No. 1529 otherwise known as The Land Registration Decree including registration under Cadastral Law. It also includes registration of deeds involving registered property.

    Natural Resources and Environmental Law (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of the constitutional provision and special laws governing natural resources their use and disposition. The study includes existing laws protecting the environment and the ecosystem and prevailing rules against despoliation of the environment.

    SECOND YEAR – 1ST SEMESTER

    Property (4 units lecture – recitation)
                The study of the different kinds of property, the elements and characteristics of ownership, possession, usufruct, easements or servitudes, nuisance, and the different modes of acquiring ownership.
     
    Sales & Lease (2 units lecture – recitation)
                An in-depth consideration of the provision of the Civil Code on the contract of sales, its nature and from, the obligations of the vendor and the vendee, warranties, remedies against breach of contract, and conventional and legal redemption. The course includes assignment of credits and incorporeal rights, the Bulk Sales Law, and the Nationalization Law.

    Criminal Procedure (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of the procedural rules governing the trial and disposition of criminal cases in court including jurisdiction of courts in criminal cases.

    Labor Law 1 (3 units lecture – recitation)
                An introduction to the Philippine  Labor Laws and covers the Preliminary Title, Pre-Employment (Book I) and Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipino Act (R.A. 8042); Book II on Human Resource Development, and The TESDA Law (R.A. 7796 and the Magna Carta for Disabled Persons (R.A. 7277); Book III on Conditions of Employment, including the special laws on 13th month pay, paternity leave, protection and welfare of women workers, sexual harassment, and child abuse; Book IV on Health, Safety and Social Welfare Benefits, including the law on the Social Security System, The Government Service Insurance System and Phil Health.

    Agrarian Law and Social Legislation (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A Study of Presidential Decree No. 27, the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program and related laws and regulations, and the Special Security Act and the Government Service Insurance Act.

    SECOND YEAR – 2ND SEMESTER

    Civil Procedure (4 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of law on jurisdiction of courts in civil actions and Rule 1 to 71 of the 1997 Rules of Civil Procedure. The study of the rules is supplemented by a study of applicable jurisprudence.

    Credit Transactions (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of the laws governing loans and deposits, including mortgages, pledge, antichresis, guaranty, sureties and other securities or collaterals.

    Labor Law II (3 units lecture – recitation)
                Study of the general principles of the Labor Code on,  Book V of the Labor Code on Labor Relations, governing areas on government machinery, labor organizations, unfair labor practices, representation issue; collective bargaining and administration agreements, grievance machinery and voluntary arbitration, lockouts, strikes and other concerted activities; Book Vl on Post employment, covering areas such as classes of employees, termination of employment and retirement; Book Vll on penal provision of the Labor Code and prescription of actions and claims.

    Negotiable Instruments (3 units lecture – recitation)
                The course is a study of the statutory provision governing negotiable instruments which is mainly the Negotiable Instruments Law, as well as the applicable provisions of the Code of Commerce.
                     
    Administrative Law and Election Law (3 units lecture – recitation)

                The course will first cover development and application of principles and doctrines governing administrative agencies with rule-making and adjunctive functions; then it will consider the laws and principles applicable to public officers; and finally will examine the law regulating the conduct of elections and the law on pre-proclamation contest and election protest.
     Public International Law (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of the basic principles of international law and an overview of the legal principles governing international relations based, among others, on the United Nations Charter, the doctrines of well-known and recognized publicist, and the decision of international tribunals and bodies.

    Alternative Dispute Resolution (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of Republic Act No. 9285, the Alternative Dispute Resolution Act of 2004 including its implementing Rules and Regulations; rules in Mediation, Conciliation and Arbitration.

    THIRD YEAR – 1ST SEMESTER

    Agency, Trust & Partnership  (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A course combining the laws on Agency (Title X), Partnership (Title IX) and Trust (Title V) of the Civil Code.   

    Transportation (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of the general principles and basic regulations governing carriers (land, air and sea) of persons and goods.

    Insurance (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of Insurance Code and related laws, including the concept and function of insurance, the nature of the insurance contract, insurable interest, special forms of insurance and government regulations of the insurance business.

     Torts and Damages (2 units lecture – recitation)
                An analysis of the law on quasi-delicts as well as the nature, classes and extent of damages.

    Copyright & IP (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of the Laws on Trademark, Patent, Copyright and Intellectual Creation.

    Succession (4 units lecture – recitation)
                A detailed examination and analysis of the law on testate and intestate succession, including wills, institution of heirs, computation of legitimes of compulsory heirs, disinheritance, and partition and distribution of the estate. The course also takes up rules of procedure on the settlement and administration of the estate of deceased person.

    Taxation 1 (3 units lecture – recitation)
                The general principles of taxation and statutory provision on income taxation, including pertinent revenue regulations.

    Legal Medicine (1 unit lecture – recitation)
                An overview of the principles relating to medico – legal cases, including the procedure of presenting and examining a medical expert witness.

    Banking Laws (elective) (1 unit lecture – recitation)     
                Study on the rules and regulations governing banks and non-bank financial intermediaries including major Bangko Sentral rules and those of the Monetary Board of the Philippines.

    THIRD YEAR – 2ND SEMESTER

    Corporation Law (4 units lecture – recitation)
    A study of the Corporation Code and other special laws governing private corporations including foreign corporations and the concept of doing business in the Philippines. The course includes in-depth analysis of the applicable common law and commercial principles underlying the various relationship in the corporate setting, with emphasis on the corporation being a medium for business enterprise and a means of providing for the equity investment market.

    Evidence (4 units lecture – recitation)
                A course which looks into the rules of presentation, admissibility, and weight and sufficiency of evidence, including burden of proof and presumptions.

    Legal Forms (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A course which trains students in the drafting of various legal documents and deeds, as well as judicial pleading and briefs.

    Problem Areas in Legal Ethics (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A course aimed at examining and resolving specific ethical problems and dilemmas which may confront lawyers in the exercise of the legal profession.

    Special Proceedings (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of Rules 72-109 of the Revised Rules of Court dealing with the procedural rules on the settlement of estate, wills, letters testamentary and administration, escheats, guardianship, appointment of trustees, adoption, change of name, cancellation and correction of entries in the Civil Registry and appeals in special proceedings.

    Taxation 2 (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of the concepts and general principles of transfer (estate and donor’s), tax, specific, business, percentage, amusement, and miscellaneous taxes provided for in the National Internal Revenue Code, including general principles on tariff and customs duties.

    Public Corporations (elective)  (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A study of the Local Government Code and general principles governing municipal corporations: the law affecting the creation, organization and government of provinces, cities, municipalities, municipal districts and barangays; the scope and application of the powers of municipal corporations, including municipal ordinances, contracts, liabilities and enterprises.

    Securities Act (elective) (1 unit lecture – recitation)
                This course covers the Securities Act and the SEC, its jurisdiction, powers and its role in the regulation of the issuance, sales and trading of securities.

    FOURTH YEAR – 1ST SEMESTER

    Conflicts of Law (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A course dealing with legal transaction with emphasis on the choice of law, including problems on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgment. 

    Criminal Law Review 1 (4 units lecture – recitation)
                A general review of the Revised Penal Code with its latest amendments, as well as the other relevant penal statues including pertinent jurisprudence.

    Civil Law Review 1(4 units lecture – recitation)
                A general integration of the principles in civil law
    covering  the effects and application of laws, the law on Human Relations, Persons and Family Relations, Property Ownership and its Modification, the Different modes of Acquiring Ownership, including Succession; pertinent provisions of special laws are also reviewed.

    Constitutional Law Review (4 units lecture – recitation)
                A general survey of constitutional law, including political law, administrative law, law on public officers and other related subjects.

    Remedial Law Review 1 (3 units lecture – recitation)
                A general review of the laws on jurisdiction of courts and rules on civil procedure (Rule 1-171) of the Rules of Court and pertinent jurisprudence

     

    Labor Law Review (2 units lecture-recitation)
                A general review of all labor laws and related jurisprudence.

    Practice Court 1 (2 units lecture – recitation)
                Training on the preparation and drafting of complaints, petitions, answers and other pleadings, motions, briefs and other legal papers which are submitted to the court or other tribunals. It also deals with the art of effective oral advocacy.

    FOURTH YEAR – 2ND SEMESTER
     
    Legal Counseling & Social Responsibility (2 units lecture – recitation)
                 An introduction to the art and technique of legal counseling as well as consideration of the responsibilities of the lawyer as counselor.

    Remedial Law Review 2 (4 units lecture – recitation)
                            A review of Criminal Procedural, Evidence and Special proceedings and pertinent cases.

     

     Civil Law Review 2 (4 units lecture – recitation)
                A general integration of the principles in civil law relating to obligation and contracts, sales, lease, quasi-contracts, quasi-delicts and damages, and other related subjects.
    .
    Commercial Law Review (4 units lecture – recitation)
                A comprehensive and review of the laws on partnership, agency, trust, corporations, securities, secured transactions, negotiable instruments, insurance and transportation, and other related subject.

    Taxation Law Review (2 units lecture – recitation)
                A review of the laws on Labor Standards, Labor Relations and Social Legislation.

    Practice Court II – (2 units lecture – recitation)

                Holding of court trials as if in Regional Trial Court, where the pertinent provision of the Rules of Court are strictly observed. The professor prepares a complaint, an answer and reply. These pleadings shall constitute the records upon which the trial shall be conducted. The lawyers, litigants, and witnesses are all members of the class and the professor acts as judge it is made obligatory upon the students acting as lawyers, to argue their cases orally immediately after the evidence is closed. This phase of the subject is important, because it cultivates in the students the habit of noting down or remembering the important facts and trains them in the art of arguing cases off-hand on the basis of the evidence presented. The judge renders his decision in writing. The class assumes that the case tried previously is brought to the Appellate Court. The professor in charge acts as the appellate judge. Members of the class are appointed to act as lawyers for the appellant and appellee who shall argue their case orally on the basis of the records prepared previously.

     

    Members of the Faculty

    Prof. Darwin R. Bawar

    •  Graduated from UST

    •  Founding Partner, Bawar Co Pua Law Offices

    •  Handles: Intellectual Property, Securities Act, Conflicts of Laws & Commercial law Review

    Prof. Michelle D. Delfin

    •  Graduated from San Beda College of Law

    •  Asst. City Prosecutor DOJ

    •  Handles: Statutory Construction & Basic Legal Ethics

    Prof. Tomas Ken D. Romaquin

    •  Graduated Valedictorian from Lyceum of the Philippines

    •  Asst. City Prosecutor DOJ

    •  Law Professor: Lyceum of The Philippines

    •  Handles: Evidence & Criminal law Review

    Prof. Roque Rommel R. Gutierrez, CPA

    •  Graduated from Arellano University

    •  Vice President for Government and Industry Affairs, Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation

    •  Handles: Law on Taxation 1 & 2, Taxation Law Review & Labor Law Review

    Prof. Liza R. Manaog - Dela Cruz

    •  Graduated Magna Cum Laude from UPHS Law Batch 2005

    •  RTC San Pedro Branch Clerk of Court (Branch 31)

    •  Business Manager RTC Clerk of Court Assn. of the Philippines

    •  Sec., First District Lawyers League of Laguna

    •  Handles: Administrative law & Election Law, Public International Law, Succession, Constitutional Law Review & Civil Law Review 1&2

     

    Prof. Alexander F. G. Faustino

    •  Graduated from UPHSL Law Batch 2004

    •  Engaged in Private Practice

    •  Professor : Fire National Training Institute

    •  Handles: Land Titlea & Deeds, Natural Resources & Environmental Law, Torts & Damages, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Legal Counseling & Social Responsibility

    Prof. Rosalinda O. Camba

    •  Pioneer Graduate of UPHS Laguna College of Law

    •  Masters in Education UPHSL

    •  Engaged in Private Practice

    •  Handles: Law on Public Corporations, Problem Areas in Legal Ethics & Property

    Prof. Francisco L. Collado Jr.

    •  Graduated San Sebastian College of Law

    •  Presiding Judge MTC Los Baños, Laguna

    •  Handles: Law on Sales &Lease, Torts & Damages, Remedial Law Review, Practicum 1 & Rules on Civil Procedure

    •  MCLE Exempt

    Prof. Leilani D. Grimares

    •  Graduated from UST

    •  Executive Judge Branch 87 Metropolitan Trial Court Parañaque City

    •  Handles: Legal Writing & Legal Forms

    •  MCLE Exempt

    Prof. Eusebio H. Gatbonton

    •  Graduated from MLQ University

    •  MPA University of Manila

    •  Retired Provincial Prosecutor

    •  Handles: Practice Court 1 & 2

     

    Prof. Melchisedek A. Guan

    • Graduated from University of the East

    •  Labor Arbiter, National Labor Relations  Commission

    •  Handles Agrarian Law &   Social Legislation & Labor Law 2

    Prof. Harold Cesar C. Huliganga

    • Graduated from UST

    •  UST, Master of Laws Graduated  Cum Laude

    •  Vice Executive Judge Metropolitan Trial Court, Parañaque City, Presiding Judge Branch 89

    •  Handles: Legal Technique  & Logic  Special Proceedings, Legal Research & Labor Law 1

    Prof. roberto R. Ferrer

    • Graduated Far Eastern  University

    •  Engaged in Private Practice

    •  Handles: Constitutional Law 1 & 2, Credit Transactions, Transportation & Insurance

    Prof. Francis B. Reyes

    • Graduated from San  Beda  College

    • Retired 4th Asst. Provincial Prosecutor  II

    • Handles: Criminal Law 1 & 2

    Prof. Ramon C. Casano

    1. Graduated from San Beda

    2. Engaged in Private Practice

    3. Top 6 Bar Exam

    4. Handles: Civil Procedure & Property

    Dean Wilfredo L. Bejasa, CPA

    • Graduated Valedictorian from Arellano University

    • Master in Public Administration – National College of Business Administration

    • Master in Business Administration – PLM

    • Doctor of Philosophy in Education – UPHSL

    • Chief Legal Officer City of Biñan

    • Handles: Sales & Lease, Agency Trust & Partnership, Banking Laws, Persons & Family Relations & Obligations & Contracts


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    Date Posted: March 15, 2017


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    Date Posted: March 15, 2017


    Congratulations Atty. Liza Manaog - dela Cruz, 2005 Law Alumna

    Date Posted: February 26, 2016


    Atty. Liza Manaog - dela Cruz, 2005 Law Alumna is Newly Appointed Prosecutor I, Office of the City Prosecutor of San Pedro City
     
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