UA&P’s Law program provides training in standard competencies expected of lawyers, such as legal reasoning and advocacy. Following worldwide trends in the field of legal education, and helped by its integration within UA&P and within the School of Law and Governance, the Law program is envisioned to increasingly adopt interdisciplinary and international perspectives.
UA&P has the following offerings for those who wish to obtain a law degree:
Juris Doctor (JD). This is a 4-year course in law that fulfills all government requirements for those preparing for admission to the bar. It requires previous completion of a bachelor’s degree course. To view the curriculum click here.
Lex Honors. Lex Honors is a 7-year program for high school graduates who would like to take UA&P’s liberal arts bachelor’s degree course as a shortened (3 years instead of 4) but most fitting pre-law course, then proceed to the JD which will still require four (4) years and will follow the same curriculum (see above). The program requires a high school average of 85% in order to qualify.
JD students and those in the Lex Honors program are provided with personal and professional mentoring all throughout their stay in UA&P.
Notice of Stakeholder Consultation
As provided for under the provisions of Legal Education Board Memorandum Order No. 8, series of 2016, the President of the University, along with the School of Law and Governance and the Financial Management and Reporting Group, with the cooperation of the Legal Education Board, invite all students of the Juris Doctor program, their parents, the members of the JD faculty, and all other interested parties, to attend a consultative meeting regarding any proposed or possible increase of the tuition fee and/or any other fees of the Juris Doctor program for school year 2017-2018 at the Telengtan Hall on February 28 (Tuesday) at 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
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