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Admission Guidelines The following are the requirements for acceptance to the Law Program: a. Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree with the required minimum number of units on the following courses: • 3 units of Rizal • 21 units of Social Science (Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, History, Literature) • 12 units of English • 6 units of Math b. Submission of all pertinent documents. (Please see Application Procedure No. 4, below) c. Passing the DLSU Juris Doctor Aptitude Test (JDAT) and interview by the College of Law Screening Panel (Dean, Vice Dean and Faculty) Application Procedures: 1. Go to the Graduate Admissions Office and present an original or certified true copy of your College Transcript of Records for evaluation (GPA of at least 85%). 2. If qualified, you will be issued a referral slip for payment of the College of Law Admissions/Testing fee at the Accounting Office. • For non-DLSU graduates: Php 1500.00 • For De La Salle District School graduatess: Php 1200.00 • For DLSU graduates: Php1000.00 3. Present the Official Receipt to the Graduate Admissions Office to secure the application kit. 4. Submit the accomplished application form and the required documents to get the testing permit. a. Three identical (3) 2”x2” photographs b. Photocopy of Birth Certificate from NSO c. Two (2) letters of recommendation from former undergraduate or graduate professors or employers who could attest to the applicant’s qualification for the Law Program d. Updated curriculum vitae/résumé (if applicant is working) e. Personal Statement containing career objectives (see Personal Statement Guide in the Application kit) f. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the last school attended

5. Take the test on the scheduled date upon presentation of the testing permit. 6. Results can be accessed through text messaging and the DLSU website. Official Letters of Acceptance and non-Acceptance will be mailed to the address indicated in the Application Form. 7. Applicants who pass the test will be scheduled for an interview with the College of Law Screening Committee. 8. If accepted, you will submit the following to the Graduate Admissions Office: a. Acceptance letter from the University b. Certificate of Transfer Credentials c. Original copy of the Birth Certificate from NSO d. Fraternity Waiver Contract (DLSU College of Law students are not allowed to form, organize, or join any fraternity/ sorority or similar organizations.)

Admission Policies • The DLSU College of Law follows a trimestral calendar and will only accept full time students for the 1st term of the academic year. Qualified applicants who enrolled for the 1st term of the academic year and were granted authorized leaves of absence (LOA) may be readmitted to the College of Law. However, only one (1) year is the allowable LOA except in highly meritorious cases. • All applicants will have to take and pass the DLSU Juris Doctor Aptitude Test (JDAT) and interview to be admitted to the program. The DLSU JDAT is a three-hour test divided into four sections: the first three parts assess the applicant's ability to detect patterns and relationships, and the last section is essay writing. Graduate degree holders are not exempted from taking the test. • Students are subject to the policies, rules, and regulations of the DLSU Student Handbook. For futher information, write or call: Graduate Admissions Office (GAO) La Salle Hall Rm.101 De La Salle University 2401 Taft Avenue, 1004 Manila Email: [email protected] Tel. Nos.: 303 1378 (Direct) or 524 4611, local 468 Office Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 pm (No lunch break) website: www.dlsu.edu.ph

College of Law

DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW Committed to excellence. Impassioned to serve.

De La Salle University embarks on a new

journey on the road to social transformation with the establishment of the College of Law. In the tradition of Lasallian excellence and service, the college seeks to develop future leaders in the legal profession within the perspective of Christian ideals. The DLSU Juris Doctor ( JD) program offers a multi-disciplinary approach to learning, developing in law students the research and communication competence to practice the profession. An outstanding corps of faculty will provide hands-on mentoring throughout the program, to fully prepare the small but select group of students for the Bar exams. The program will also provide for the enrichment and enhancement of the communication skills of the students, to enable them to confidently and competently establish themselves in the legal profession. Legal aid and externship programs will expose these students to La Salle’s national and international network of communities, organizations, as well as linkages with law firms. While following a curriculum mandated by the Supreme Court and the Commission on Higher Education, the program also underscores the teaching of human rights, which will be offered as an elective and infused in core subjects. The many reputable programs of DLSU, including economics, engineering, information technology, sciences, and the arts, are valuable resources for legal research undertakings.

BOARD OF ADVISERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Chief Justice Artemio Panganiban (Ret.) Justice Florentino Feliciano (Ret.) Justice Josue Bellosillo (Ret.) Judge Anselmo Francisco Trinidad Reyes Atty. Antonio Oposa Jr.

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CURRICULUM FIRST YEAR 1st Trimester Course Title Criminal Law I Constitutional Law I Philosophy of Law (and Human Rights) Legal Research Introduction to Law Statutory Construction Legal Writing I Total SECOND YEAR 1st Trimester Course Title Civil Procedure Corporation Law Land Titles and Deeds Labor Relations II Credit Transactions

Total

Units (3) (3) (2) (2) (1) (2) (1) (14)

Units (4) (4) (1) (3) (2)

(14)

THIRD YEAR

1st Trimester Course Title Succession Taxation II Evidence and Trial Technique Transporation

Total FOURTH YEAR 1st Trimester Course Title Commercial Law Review Legal Writing III Remedial Law Review Criminal Law Review II (2)

Total

2nd Trimester Course Title Persons and Family Relations Constitutional Law II Criminal Law II Legal Ethics

Total

Units (4) (3) (4) (3)

(14)

3rd Trimester Course Title Obligations and Contracts Property Labor Standards Legal Technique and Logic I Legal Profession

Units (5) (4) (3) (1) (1)

Total

(14)

2nd Trimester Course Title Units Criminal Procedure (3) Negotiable Instruments Law (3) (3) Elective 1 (3) Torts and Damages (2) Administrative Law/Public (3) Officers

3rd Trimester Course Title Agency, Trusts and Partnerships Legal Writing II Special Proceedings Legal Technique and Logic II Taxation I Sales Insurance

Units (3) (1) (2) (1) (3) (2) (2)

Total

Total

(14)

(14)

2nd Trimester Course Title Legal Forms Elective 2 Legal Medicine Public International Law Conflicts of Law Elective 3 Elective 4

Units (2) (3) (1) (2) (2) (2) (2)

Total

(14)

Total

(14)

Units (4) (1) (5) (4)

2nd Trimester Course Title Practice Court I Taxation Law Review Civil Law Review I Elective 5 Elective 6

Units (3) (3) (4) (2) (2)

3rd Trimester Course Title Practical Court II Civil Law Review II Legal Writing IV Elective 7 Elective 8

Units (4) (4) (1) (2) (1)

(14)

Total

(14)

Total

Units (4) (3) (5) (2)

(14)

3rd Trimester Course Title Apprenticeship I Thesis Writing Apprenticeship II Political Law Review Labor Law Review Fundamentals of Thesis Writing

Units (2) (4) (2) (4) (1) (1)

(12)

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DLSU College of Law

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