Tuesday, September 3, 2013

PUP College of Law - FAQs

Since I've been receiving a lot of emails lately asking about information one needs to know on PUP College of Law, I decided to post all the FAQs that an interested applicant would want to know. However, please note that some of the information here may change without prior notice and almost all the details posted on this particular one are the same as you'll see on the PUP website. Thank you! I hope I was able to help you :)


What is the history of the PUP College of Law?
The PUP College of Law (PUP CL) was established in 2001 and it confers a post-graduate degree in Bachelor of Laws (LL.B). The College aims for excellence and aspire for superiority in providing legal education that meets national standards to qualified students in order to develop trustworthy lawyers and patriotic national leaders. The PUP CL is one of the top law schools in the country and has already a generated a number of passers in the bar examinations.
Consistent with the desire of the Chairman of the PUP Board of Regents to open the College of Law in the first semester of school year 2001-2002, the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Dean of the College of Accountancy and Law and the Chairperson of the Department of Law met in the early part of May 2001 to finalize the proposal to approve the establishment of the PUP College of Law.

In January 2001, the University President instructed the Dean of the College of Accountancy and Law to conduct a study and prepare the proposal for the establishment of the College of Law in line with the pertinent provisions of DECS Order No. 27, otherwise known as the “Policies and Standards for Legal Education” and CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 46, s. 1996 (the Policy and Program Deregulations vis-a-vis Higher Education Institutions).
Immediately thereafter, the desired proposal was submitted to the University Academic Council, which in turn endorsed the establishment of the College of Law to the PUP Board of Regents in its letter dated May 25, 2001.
On the same date, the PUP Board of Regents approved Resolution No. 115, Series of 2001, entitled: “RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COLEGE OF LAW.”
Atty. Gemy Lito L. Festin
Who is the Dean of the PUP College of Law? 

Atty. Gemy Lito L. Festin, LL.B is the Dean of the PUP College of Law.

What is the Vision, Mission and Objectives of PUP College of Law?

Vision

A prestigious College of Law managed in the highest degree of competence, honesty and integrity which is dedicated to the task of imparting excellent, relevant and responsive legal education to qualified men and women aspiring to become just, conscientious, people-oriented and responsible lawyers.

Mission

The College of Law shall aim for excellence and aspire for superiority in providing legal education that meets national standards to qualified students in order to develop trustworthy lawyers and patriotic national leaders.


Objectives

The College of Law generally aims to:
  • Prepare students for the practice of law;
  • Produce specially committed members of the legal profession with competence, integrity, and awareness of the needs of the deprived and oppressed sectors of society;
  • Train persons for national leadership; and
  • Contribute toward the promotion and advancement of justice and its administration as well as the improvement of the legal system in the light of the historical and contemporary development of law in the country and in other countries of the world.
Specifically, the College aims to:
  • Impart a broad knowledge of the law and its various fields and the legal institutions involved in its enactment, enforcement, and implementation;
  • Develop students’ ability to search, analyze, articulate and apply law effectively;
  • Enable students gain a total approach to legal problems and issues;
  • Prepare students  for advocacy, counselling, decision-making and improve their ability to deal with recognized legal problems of the present, as well as the anticipated problems of the future;
  • Develop competence in a chosen field of law for gainful employment in the future;
  • Build a foundation for future training beyond the basic professional degree and to develop in the students the desire and capacity for continuing study and self-improvement;
  • Inculcate the ethics and responsibilities of the legal profession; and
  • Produce lawyers who will conscientiously pursue the lofty goals of their profession and faithfully adhere to its ethical norms.
What is the meaning of the logo of the PUP College of Law?



Who are the Officials and Staffs of the PUP College of Law?

Gemy Lito L. Festin, LLB
Dean
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Specialization: Criminal and Remedial Law

Administrative Staff

Mercedes Camille B. Ocampo, LL.B.
Faculty Assistant

Emily S. Mendoza
Administrative Assistant II

Alicia D. Pacis
Administrative Aide IV

Emily A. Mendoza
Administrative Aide IV

Antonio Verdad
Administrative Aide III

Bonifacio Laygo
Administrative Aide III

Faculty

Geneses R. Abot, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Admitted to Philippine Bar in 2012
Legal Documentation Assistant, Empire East Land Holdings, Inc.

Anne Geraldine Agar, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Department of Justice, Manila Prosecutor’s Office

Enrico Voltaire G. Almeda, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Beda College of Law
Admitted to Philippine Bar in 2000
Assistant City Prosecutor, Cavite City

Leynard B. Atienza, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Public Attorney’s Office (PAO), Infanta District, Quezon Province

Rinchel E. Aurellana, LL.B., MBA
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Rodrigo Merenguer Leung Law Office

Danilo G. Ballena, Jr., CPA LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Admitted to Philippine Bar in 2011
Chief, Accounting Unit, Bureau of Customs

Meynardo M. Bautista, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws
Department of Justice, Quezon City, Prosecutor’s Office
Most Outstanding Prosecutor 1997
Supreme Court, Judicial Excellence Awardee

Arnold C. Bayobay, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws
Alcid Favila Bayobay Law Offices

Edgar P. Borje, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws
Borje Atienza & Partners Law Offices

Johnny D.C. Caguiat, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Admitted to Philippine Bar in 2011
Investigation Agent IV (Senior Agent), National Bureau of Investigation
Licensed Civil Engineer

Renato Ma. S. Callanta, Jr., LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, University of the Philippines
Callanta & Partners Law Firm

Pearlito Campanilla, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws
Chairperson, Department of Law
College of Accountancy, PUP

Edwin M. Carillo, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, University of Santo Tomas
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1993
Faculty of Civil Law, University of Santo Tomas
2011 Bar Examiner for Legal Ethics and Trial Memoranda

Roel Vincent G. Castro, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2007
Associate Solicitor III, Office of the Solicitor General

Alvin T. Claridades, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
Licensed Civil Engineer

Clemente M. Clemente, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, Arellano University
Regional Trial Court of Manila, Office of the Assistant Clerk of Court

Justice Efren De La Cruz
Master of Laws, University of Santo Tomas, Manila
Bachelor of Laws, University of the East, Manila
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1981
Chairperson, First Division, Sandiganbayan
Associate Justice, Sandiganbayan

Krishtine V. De La Cruz, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2012
Associate Lawyer, Sepnio Contado and Tauli Law Firm

Roseller Dela Peña, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, University of the East
Former Dean, PUP College of Law

Judge Lyn C. Ebora-Cacha, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, San Beda College of Law
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2000
Acting Presiding Judge, Metropolitan Trial Court, Branch 50,Caloocan City

Janice C. Esparrago, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Admitted to Philippine Bar in 2010
Junior Associate, Lu Mamangun and Juco Law Office

Maribel M. Fernandez, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Admitted to the Bar in 2012
Court Stenographer, RTC Branch 56, Makati City

Vic Byron Fernandez, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Class Valedictorian - San Sebastian College – Recoletos Institute of Law
Legal Counsel, Social Security System

Gemy Lito L. Festin, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Dean, PUP College of Law
Faculty, San Sebastian College Recoletos (Institute of Law)

Reynaldo L. Flores, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Admitted to the Bar in 2011
Director III , Office of the Political Adviser
Office of the President of the Republic of the Philippines

Nesauro H. Firme, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, , University of Santo Tomas
Admitted to Bar in 2004
Faculty of Civil Law, University of Santo Tomas
Senior Partner, Oliva Firme & Associates Law Firm

Philomel D. Francisco, Jr., LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Public Attorney’s Office, Makati

Maria Lourdes Garcia, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Beda College of Law
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1986
Senior Partner, Padilla Villanueva Viernes Abundo Garcia Festin and Associate

Queruben R. Garcia, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, University of the East
NAPROS-OCP Mandaluyong City (DOJ)

Hercules P. Guzman, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, University of the East
Guzman Coronacion Law Firm and Accountancy

Bernard G. Hernandez, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws
Assistant Solicitor General, Office of the Solicitor General

Evelyn Ignacio, MD
Doctor of Medicine, Fatima College of Medicine
Passed the Philippine Board of Medicine in 1998
Medico-Legal Officer II, National Bureau of Investigation

Larry P. Ignacio, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Partner, Ignacio and Partners

Leah P. Javier, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2012
Senior Public Relations Officer, San Jose Del Monte City Water District

Honorio S. Laguilles, Jr., LL.B.Bachelor of Laws
Laguilles Law Office

Gerardo F. Lara, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos

Judy Lardizabal, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos (Valedictorian)
First Placer, 2008 Bar Examinations

Clinton Laudencia, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, University of the Philippines
Manager, Group Tax Services, San Miguel Brewery, Inc.

Danilo D. Leyva, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, Arellano Law School
Admitted in  Philippine BAR in 1994
Assistant Solicitor General, Office of the Solicitor General

Araceli Q. Linatoc, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws
Chief, Office of Legal Affairs, PUP

Ma. Paz A. Llasos, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2010
Corporate/Tax Lawyer, Bahay Financial Services
Consultant, Hernandez Surtida Galicia Law Offices

Mario Rosario L. Luna, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws
Associate in Marine Transportation
City Prosecutor, Antipolo City

Fred C. Luzung, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws
Global Estate Resorts, Inc.

Edna N. Maguigad, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws,
Policy Officer, SEARICE

Amado F. Maralit, LL.B., LL.M., M.P.A., CEO VI
Bachelor of Laws, Philippine Law School
Master of Laws, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila,
Master of Public Administration, University of the Philippines, Diliman
Member of the Philippine Bar
Director / Senate Parliamentary Counselor, Senate of the Philippines
Career Executive Officer Rank VI

Arnel D. Mateo, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2011
Associate Lawyer, Reyes Franciso Tecson & Associates Law Office

Gefer R. Mancol, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, Arellano University Foundation
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2006
Managing Partner, Buenaflor & Mancol Law Offices

Ronald Crisanto P. Mercado, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2010
Public Attorney I, Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) Morong, Rizal

Alexis F. Medina, , LL.B., MBABachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos (Valedictorian)
Master in Business Administration, Ateneo Graduate School of Business (Dean’s List)
Banker, Realty Corp
Order of the Purple Feather, UP College of Law

Ricardo J. Moreña, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, San Beda College
Callanta & Partners Law Firm

Charisma I. Nolasco, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws
Supreme Court

Eric C. Opriasa, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Tumangan Payumo Law Offices, PLM

Noel M. Ortega, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos (Valedictorian)
Sandiganbayan
BAR Reviewer, San Sebastian College Recoletos

Maria Roma Flor A. Ortiz, LL.B., DPABachelor of Laws
City Prosecutor, Manila

Judge Silvino T. Pampilo, MPABachelor of Laws
Judge, Regional Trial Court of Manila

Ernesto V. Perez, CPA, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, Ateneo Law School
Gana Manlangit & Perez Law
15th Place, BAR Examination (1986)
Certified Public Accountant

Jessehan P. Pia, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, San Beda College
San Miguel Properties, Inc.

Dennis E. Pluma, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, Arellano University Foundation
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2000
Executive Clerk of Court III, Third Division, Sandiganbayan

Vicente C. Ramirez, Jr., LL.B.Bachelor of Laws (Cum Laude)
Practicing Lawyer, V. C. Ramirez Law Office

Cyril E. Ramos, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, Far Eastern University
Outstanding Alumnus for Government Service, PUP
Most Outstanding Student Leader, PCC

Wilfredo Reyes, Jr., LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, University of the Philippines
Commissioner, Commission on Bar Discipline, IBP

Arturo R. Roxas, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, University of the East
Department of Justice

Gerardo A. Sadsad, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, Lyceum of the Philippines
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2006
Assistant City Prosecutor, City of Manila
Civil Service Eligible

Ernesto C. Salao, LL.B.Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College
Rex Bookstore Inc.

Romeo S. Salinas, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, Far Eastern University
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1980
Senior Partner, The Salinas Law Firm R.P.S

Alexander S. Salvador, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, University of the East
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1997
Senior State Solicitor, Office of the Solicitor General

Melisa L. San Miguel-Saluñga, CPA, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2010
Attorney III, Bureau of Labor Relations

Geneflor L. Santiago, J.D.
Juris Doctor, University of the Philippines
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2012
Legal Intern, Office of the Legal Aid, University of the Philippines

Marie Grace A. Santos, J.D.
Juris Doctor, Ateneo de Manila University
The Philippine Stock Exchange

Rhett Emmanuel C. Serfino, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, Manuel L. Quezon University
Serfino Law Office
3rd Placer, 1997 Bar Examinations

Jam Tristan L. Sulit, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Public Attorney II, Public Attorney's Office (PAO) Calamba

Rocille Tambasacan, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recolletos
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2003
Assistant City Prosecutor, City of Manila
Faculty Member, San Sebastian College Recolletos

Ferdinand A. Tan, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Manila
Bachelor of Arts Major in Philosophy, University of Sto. Tomas
Dean, College of Law, San Sebastian College Recolletos, Manila

Mhedora B. Tan-Sulit, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, PUP College of Law
Public Attorney II, Public Attorney's Office (PAO) Calamba

Roderick Vera, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, Ateneo de Manila, College of Law
Vera & Associates

James G. Viernes, CPA, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, Manuel L. Quezon University, Manila
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1996

Augusto L. Villanueva, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, San Sebastian College Recoletos
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1995
Commissioner, National Labor Relations Commission
Senior Legal Counsel, Seno Mendoza & Associates Law Offices

Judge Joselito C. Villarosa
Bachelor of Laws
Judge, Regional Trial Court of Makati
Outstanding Alumnus in Government Service, University of the East

June Francis Zambrano, LL.B.
Bachelor of Laws, Philippine Law School
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2010
Associate Lawyer, Padilla Villanueva Viernes Abundo Garcia Festin and Associate


What are the Facilities to be found in PUP College of Law?
  • Moot Court (50 persons)
  • College Library
  • 20 Air-conditioned rooms
  • Faculty Room
  • BAR Review Room
  • Student Lounge

How can I contact PUP College of Law?

E-mail:
If you have an active e-mail account, send your messages to cl@pup.edu.ph


Telephone
(+632) 716 6306
Trunk Line:
(+632) 716 7832
Local Numbers:
621 Dean's Office
656 CL Library
655 Registrar's Office

Where can I find the PUP College of Law?

G/F NALLRC Bldg.
PUP A. Mabini Campus
Anonas St., Sta. Mesa, Manila

What are the requirements for the admission in the PUP College of Law?

An applicant for admission to the LL.B program of studies must be a graduate of a bachelor’s degree and must have earned at least eighteen (18) units in English, six (6) units in Mathematics, and eighteen (18) units of social science subjects.

An applicant must also pass the PUP College of Law Entrance Test.

Freshman Enrollment Requirements

Before a qualified applicant is allowed to enrol, the following requirements must be submitted:
  1. Transcript of Records (with notation “copy for PUP College of Law only”)
  2. Certificate of Transfer Credentials / Honorable Dismissal from the school last attended
  3. Original Copy of Birth Certificate from NSO
  4. Two (2) pieces 2x2" Picture with white background
  5. Latest chest X-Ray
  6. OK for Enrollment Slip from University Medical Clinic
  7. Original Copy of Marriage Contract (for married women)
  8. One (1) long brown envelope
How much is the tuition fee and other fees in the PUP College of Law?

Currently, the PUP College of Law charges P500 per unit as tuition fee. Thus, a law student will pay a tuition fee of P 9,000 for an 18-unit regular load assuming that he is a full-time student. The amount would be lesser if he is a working student as he cannot surely take a full regular load. A working student may only manage to enroll around 12 to 15 units per semester.

On top of the tuition fee, a law student will also pay miscellaneous fees amounting to P 1,050 which includes medical and dental, library fee, registration fee, energy fee etc. So, all in all a regular full load semester would cost a full time student P 10,050--an amount which is very minimal compared to other law schools. The total amount may however be paid on installment: at least half of which during enrollment and the balance before mid-term examination.

See complete list of fees below as of 2012.

FEES:
Tuition (per unit) PhP 500.00

Miscellaneous:

Application/Entrance Exam Fee 300.00
Registration Fee 100.00
Library Fee 100.00
Medical and Dental 50.00
ID (upon admission) 200.00
IT Utilization 100.00
Energy Fee (per month) 100.00
Certification (Letter Form) 50.00
Graduation Fee 200.00
Diploma Fee 100.00
Transcript of Records (per page) 100.00
Fine for Late Payment 100.00
Re-Admission Fee 200.00
Retrieval Fee 50.00
Validation Fee 50.00
Admission Fee for Transfer Students (from private) 500.00
Admission Fee for Transfer Students (from SUC) 300.00


27 comments:

  1. Copy of the Curriculum po please????

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  2. Hi. May I ask what are the things to be expected in the College of Law entrance exam? Is it more like a regular college entrance exam or the exam for the CL revolves around things related to law?
    -Kyle

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    1. Hi Kyle :) Written and Oral exam kc yun.. Essay type yung written and nung time na nag-take ako tungkol lang naman sa consti at sa current events. tpos yung oral, itatanong lang din sayo yung mga sagot mo sa written.

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  3. Hi! Curious lang, do you guys conduct recitations too and how strict are the professors?--S

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    1. Lahat naman po ata ng law school or karamihan naman po ata tlagang puro oral recit kada meeting, depende sa trip ng prof pero karamihan sa prof, no notes on the table during the recit..

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  4. Hello Jocelle! Ask ko lang if they are strict with the number of English units a potential student has to take before taking the exam. I graduated with an Econ degree and I only have 12 units of English. Will they still require me to take the additional 6 units? Thank you very much! :D

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    1. Hello :) Yes, you will still be required but you can do it while studying already. Pwede mo sya i-take ng summer. Magpapasa ka lang ng promisory note na notarized na ite-take mo yung kulang na units at ipapasa mo yung kulang na requirements sa ipapangako mong date. maybe before ka mag-second year ganun.

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    3. Thanks Jocelle! God Bless you on your studies! Hope to see you in court in the near future. :D

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  5. Hi! Im scheduled to take the entrance exam this 18th of Jan. I just want to ask what type of written exam given. (If it is MCQ, essay type, etc.) And also pls give me some tips regarding preparations that needed before taking exam. Hoping for immediate response. Thankyouuuuu! :)

    -Strawberry :)

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    1. hello po..just wanna ask anong coverage ng exam nyo? planning to take the exam this march kasi. thank you!

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  6. ate anong room ka? haha ako RW1 seat no 4.

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  7. Does the panel interview constitute the final stage of admission or results of both the written test and the panel interview be considered in coming up with the final names of passers...

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  8. Hello! Do they cater transferrees? I am going to take the exam on March 22.

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  9. Hi Ms. Jocelle.
    Can you (or your Law school classmates) recommend a university which offers supplemental English courses on summer classes or night classes. I lack 9 units in English and I am already working.

    Thank you in advance.

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  10. Hi Miss Jocelle,
    I would like to thank you for your blogs were really helpful. I am now enrolled as a freshman for AY2014-2015. I would like to ask you where can I get samples of past exams for the subjects for first year level. I just want to be oriented on what I should expect on the exams to come. Thanks:)

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  11. Ask ko lang po kung pwede magShift kaagad sa Law or Need pa pong makatapos ng 4 years Course bago kumuha ulit ng Law?
    -Maria

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  12. is the law program offered in the open university?

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  13. Thanks for sharing these information. My sister is planning to take a law on PUP. She's dreaming of becoming the best lawyer in the Philippines someday. I hope PUP college of Law will really help her toward to her dream.

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  14. Hi, just want to ask if the College of Law offers saturday classes?

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  15. Hi Jocelle,

    Do you have any idea on when will be the Law Entrance Exam for June 2016? I was advised to check the website from time to time but up until now there's no post about it yet?

    Thank you in Advance:)

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  16. Hi Jhay-cee,

    Just wanna ask if this (2012) list of tuition is still the same this 2016? thank you...

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  17. Hi, who among here knows the scope for the PUP Law entrance examination?

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  18. Hello! I'd like to ask tips po on how to pass the CL Entrance Exam. Thanks much!

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  19. For written exam, brush up with your critical and analytical thinking skills.Take aptitude exams that are available online. For the oral exam, focus on current events and some personal questions. You need to convince the panel that you are ready for the new challenges and you that you deserve to be a "Tunay na Iskolar ng Bayan". Godbless!

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  20. Hi. I'm currently a first year law student in PUP. Have you finished the JD program? How strict is the 6-year residency in PUP? Thanks!

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