Top 10 Law Schools in the Philippines (2010)

Updated on July 11, 2018
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Below is a list of the top 10 law schools in the Philippines. The list is based on reputable statistics from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), which gathers official data on schools and colleges and judges their performance.

Choosing the right law school may make or break your career as a lawyer. So, choose wisely. Utilize this list when making that important decision.

Top 10 Law Schools in the Philippines (2010)

  1. Ateneo de Manila University: 91.24%
  2. San Beda College: 88.4%
  3. University of the Philippines: 82.85%
  4. Far Eastern University-De La Salle University (Juris Doctor MBA): 77.42%
  5. Ateneo de Davao University: 75.92%
  6. University of San Carlos: 68.2%
  7. University of Santo Tomas: 67.64%
  8. University of Cebu: 52.81%
  9. University of Perpetual Help-Rizal: 50.81%
  10. Arellano University: 49.3%

According to bar exam results released in 2010, the top two bar examinees with the highest scores studied at San Beda College of Law. Seven of the next ten highest-scoring examinees studied at Ateneo de Manila University. The remaining two examinees attended University of the Philippines.

The rankings above come from the official statistics of the CHED and are based on passing rates and the law schools' performance over the past ten years.

Admission Requirements

The majority of law schools in the Philippines require their applicants to have a bachelor’s or master's degree with at least 18 units of English, 6 units of mathematics, 18 units of social science, and 3 units from the Rizal course.

Law schools admit qualified students of any age, sex, religion, or educational background. Important academic and personal documents are also required to apply. Some law colleges require a law aptitude exam and other qualifying exams before accepting law students. Different schools have different admission processes, but all of them comply with Section 6, Rule 138 of the Rules of the Court of the Philippines, which states that:

No applicant for admission to the bar examination shall be admitted unless he presents a certificate that he has satisfied the Secretary of Education that, before he began the study of law, he had pursued and satisfactorily completed in an authorized and recognized university or college, requiring for admission thereto the completion of a four-year high school course, the course of study prescribed therein for a bachelor’s degree in arts or sciences with any of the following subjects as major field of concentration: Political Science, Logic, English, History and Economics.

They also adhere to the rules stated in Circular No. 46, series of 1996, of the CHED, which specifically states:

In accordance with the pertinent provisions of Republic Act (RA) No. 7722, otherwise known as the “Higher Education Act of 1994,” and to afford Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) more leeway in the determination of their curricular offerings and student eligibility requirements so that they may be able to better attune the same to local, regional and national goals, progressive deregulation vis-a-vis HEIs hereby declared a policy of the Commission. Consequently, effective Collegiate Year (CY) 1996-1997, the following functions of the Commission are hereby delegated to the HEIs concerned, to wit:

1. Issuance of Eligibility for Admission to Higher Education Programs. - Henceforth, the responsibility for and accountability of determining the eligibility of students for admission to the Law . . . courses are hereby transferred to the concerned HEIs provided the following are met and/or observed:

a) Law. - The applicant student must be a graduate of a bachelor’s degree and must have earned eighteen (18) units of English, six (6) units of Mathematics, and eighteen (18) units of Social Science subjects;...

Tuiton

The law school tuition fee in the Philippines usually ranges from 40,000 pesos or more per semester, depending on the university.

Tuition is cheaper at some state universities like the University of the Philippines, since some of the fees there are subsidized by the government.

Keep in mind that most law schools offer scholarships, grants, and financial aid to qualified candidates.

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        Isko 

        2 years ago

        PUP has an average of 50% passing rate for the past 3 years and the tuition fee ranges from 6,000 pesos for 12 units to 10,000 for 18 units. It offers a 500/unit.

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        lpjs 

        3 years ago

        For those aspiring lawyers who wants to consider uste, a simple inside info, Dean devina decided to implement a new policy in hopes of producing topnotchers and increasing passers. Aside from laying a higher maintaining grade, speculations says that there will be a mock bar exams for every year and you can't move to a higher level unless you pass it, though the said regulations are roughly implemented already. Next year or so, the civil law will make it mandatory for every student. But don't fret! The dean loves to throw bar reviewers and such. Hope this is a helpful insight :)

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        Bedan 

        4 years ago

        San Beda is really one of the best

        Law School alumni include Leila De Lima, Rene Saguisag, Raul Roco, Ramon Mitra, Florenz Regalado (got the highest score in History of Bar), Romeo Callejo, Eduardo Nachura, Jose Catral Mendoza and a lot more!

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        steph 

        4 years ago

        Go uste!!! :)))

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        duh! 

        5 years ago

        are you sure about university of cebu? Isn't it University of the Cordilleras located in Baguio City? Check it out.

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        cae 

        5 years ago

        how about manila law college? any comment ? thanks

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        fraps 

        5 years ago

        This is a very interesting thread. Thanks for making/writing this.

        You know what? You guys sound so funnnny. Are you all Law Grads or Law Students?

        Base on your comments, it's like your battling for your Alma Mater. Right or wrong? haha.

        Honestly, I am about to enroll Law on one the schools that you've mentioned. FEU graduate ako and I decided to enroll LAW sa "secret". You've been battling for your bet school without studying first the why's, the who's, the how's, etc.

        If we will talk about those people whom we can say na product ng mga schools na sinasabi 'nyo, then why don't we consider Jose Rizal University? Why? You better search for the answer coz alam ko na sagot e. haha.

        For those people who asking about the tuitions, about kung macrecredit ba yung subjects pag nagtransfer. Hey, don't you have your computer to search for the websites of those schools? And then get the number? And then call? And then ask? OMG, grow up. Don't just rely on the comments. Para-paraan! Isip isip din pag may time.

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        trigger05 

        5 years ago

        University of San Carlos is a force to reckon with...

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        chona 

        5 years ago

        FEU Institute of Law - one of the Outstanding Law School awarded by Board of Legal Education same with UST .

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        Nice one :)

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        cherrie 

        6 years ago

        adamson university san marcelino st. ermita manila

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        Law School sounds so hip!

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        magalingnapogi 

        6 years ago

        i want to be a Lawyer..

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        John 

        6 years ago

        Go SAN BEDA :)

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        Bibz0630 

        6 years ago

        I think this is the Ranking in the recent Bar Exams:

        1. San Beda

        2. Ateneo

        3. UP

        :)

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        I know you can take an entrance exam and complete your units while taking Law curriculum subjects but I'm not sure if all schools allow that

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        jenjenjenjen 

        6 years ago

        Question, I'm a nursing grad, gusto ko mag law and feeling ko kulang ang units ko sa English and social sci. Ibig sabihin ba hindi pa ko pwede magtake ng entrance exam sa kahit anong law school?Or pwede bang habang nagtatake ako ng law, icocomplete ko yung mga kulang ko na units?Thank you!:)

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        ALVIN 

        6 years ago

        Kudos to ATENEO DE DAVAO UNIVERSITY.Best Law School Outside Metro Manila. It even surpassed UST and other law schools in Manila for the national status!

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        philip 

        6 years ago

        why is la salle included in the best law school? and another, this should be the right listing:

        1. ADMU

        2. SBC

        3.UP

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        I salute humility :) Cheers!

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        brenn 

        6 years ago

        i love to school in DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW

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        ElBatangueno (Enye yun ha.) 

        6 years ago

        How about the University of Batangas or Batangas State U? the're close to home you know. At least my home, that is.

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        Yes I agree, DLSU-FEU is a great Law School.

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        amir 

        6 years ago

        FEU IL is reputable enough but DLSU-FEU law is much better...but i cannot see the latter existing in a couple more years lalo na pag magkaroon na ng barista ang DLSUCOL. In due fairness to UST the FCL has improved (tremendously) this year with an 88% passing rate for firsst timers higher than FEU-IL. But either way all of the schools mentioned are good but FEU-IL should improve more.

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        Iamnumber24 

        6 years ago

        Grabe ha? Wala naman sa school yan kung tutuusin e. Nasa tao yan! Kung makapangmaliit naman ng school yung iba, WAGAS! Go FEU. Pakiresearch nalang po ang passing rate. Baka naman pag nalaman mo yung totoo sa FEU kapa mag aral :DDDDDDD

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        thanks Jessie :) I think everyone here is ready for the battle in the court :) Cheers to all lawyers!

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        Jessie 

        6 years ago

        it's funny how these FEU-fanatics reacted on your review.. haha very defensive

        nice hub tho! :) keep it up!

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        abogadokaba 

        6 years ago

        FYI

        For those who degrade the Reputation of FEU Law.

        FEU - IL produced 124 new lawyers with 49% passing rate

        FEU-LS JD-MBA has a passing rate of 79%..

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        Moi 

        6 years ago

        Hi, i would like to ask about san sebastian's reputation as a law school...thanks

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        thanks for sharing this :)

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        Mga Sira 

        6 years ago

        LEGAL EDUCATION BOARD CITES AUSL AS OUTSTANDING LAW SCHOOL

        By: John Paul Galang

        The honors just keep rolling in. The Legal Education Board (LEB) is set to present Arellano University School of Law (AUSL) with an Award for Outstanding Law School being among the Top 10 Best Performing Law Schools in the Bar Examinations of the past 10 years.

        The award, which came on the heel of two Arellanistas bagging 3rd and 10th places in the 2010 Bar Exams, will be conferred on November 11 at the Manila Pavilion during the 2nd Anniversary Celebration of the LEB.

        AUSL registered a passing percentage of 42.90% in the last 10 years (2001-2010) to place 7th in the Top 10 list based on the official records of the Office of the Bar Confidant.

        Dean Jose R. Sundiang will also receive a Plaque as Outstanding Law Dean in the said event, which will be attended by Supreme Court and Appellate Court justices as well as officers and members of the Philippine Association of Law Schools (PALS), Phjilippine Association of Law Professors (PALP), and Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP).

        "I was surprised when I learned about this award," said Dean Sundiang. "We are actually No. 5 among law schools in Metro Manila and 7th over-all in the entire country."

        Not resting on this recent achievement, he added: "I hope we can maintain our standing or even improve it in the future. I am confident we can do that if we can address the challenges confronting us."

        Topping the list of Best Performing Law Schools in the Bar Exams is Ateneo de Manila University with an 89.03% average, followed by San Beda (85.74%), University of the Philippines (79.84%), Ateneo de Davao University (64.99%), University of San Carlos (61.23%), University of Santo (60.22%), AUSL, Xavier University (38.90%), Far Eastern University (33.14%), and University of San Agustin (31.63%).

        The Top 5 schools will receive an Award for Exellence in Legal Education, while the 6th to 10th will be given the Award for Outstanding Law School.

        Arellano University President Francisco P.V. Cayco, Director Florentino S. Cayco III, and Vice Dean Virgilio B. Gesmundo will be joining Dean Sundiang in accepting the award for the school.

        The school learned of the recognition through an official letter from former Justice Hilarion Aquino, Chairperson of the LEB, addressed to the Dean's Office.

        The LEB, created through Republic Act No. 7662 or the Legal Education Reform Act of 1993, is mandated to supervise all law schools and continuing legal education providers in the country. Among the members of the Board are representatives of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP), Philippine Association of Law Schools (PALS), Philippine Association of Law Professors (PALP), active law practitioners, and bonafide law students.

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        I think so if pareho sila ng subjects. Why not let the Law Dept of FEU assess your units to make sure of this?

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        tama-raw 

        6 years ago

        FEU produced 124 bar passers in recent bar exam. I think this is fair enough to be consider FEU as one of the best law school..just saying

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        FEU is a reputable school like UST

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        Sasa 

        6 years ago

        Mga taga UST lang naman ang mahilig manira sa reputation of FEU. FEU-DLSU JD Program is better than UST kaya di nila matanggap na #4 ang program na yan ng FEU & LS. Ayaw nilang maungusan sila ng FEU. Partida pa yan, mas strict ang UST sa admission pero nauungusan pa sila ng FEU..lol

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        doraemoncomment 

        6 years ago

        Pagdating sa Alumni mas may REPUTATION pa ang FEU kesa sa mga TOP Law School kuno..haha.

        Saan ba graduate si CORONA? San ba graduate si Teehankee na dating Assoc Justice? at marami pang iba na walang ginawang Mabuti sa bayan kundi korapsyon..

        Bar Paasing rate is not the measurement of QUALITY LAW SCHOOL..it's just a number and percentage pero yung Sinabi nyong QUALITY ay wala,as in WALA..

        Recently, Phililippine Association of Law School released the TOP 10 Law school according to passing rate in 10 yr period at Pasok ang FEU-IL dun.Ranked 9..

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        divinesoul 

        6 years ago

        Thanks for this article. It really helps a lot! thank you. I'll go for up, san beda, ust and feu. :)

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        ram 

        6 years ago

        is the feu-dlsu (juris doctor mba) still exist? where can i possibly inquire on the program?

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        donitarose 

        6 years ago

        did i need to study political science before i go at the law course? what it is advantage?or does it really important?

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        I agree! :)

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        twentyfive 

        6 years ago

        this thread is more interesting than Corona's impeachment trial right now lol

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        fille 

        6 years ago

        so proud of UNIVERSITY OF CEBU

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        wha 

        6 years ago

        the feu-dlsu was a tie up program.. feu institute of law is a different entity...

        pangmamaliit bang maituturing pagsinasabi mo ang katotohanan?

        I appreciate that someone took a time to do some research here, but iskolarNGbayan, in case you haven't noticed, what we are talking here is the present performance of the school... 1940's to 1980's may have been fruitful but you can not dwell on that... in this dog eats dog world, the past is just a picture of things that once was, the more important thing is the "NOW".

        and FACT IS, FEU law is not doing good! get the drift?

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        curiouslangako 

        6 years ago

        Its a bit misleading ranking the top 10 schools by just showing passing rate for one year, in this case 2010. I suggest post passing rate for the each school for the last 5-10 years. With this you can also see which schools are improving or otherwise.

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        LawStud 

        6 years ago

        Why is it some gives a violent reaction regarding FEU Law School?? Its a dual program.. You'll get a credential as a FEU law stud grad and an MBA from LaSalle!! Technically FEU Law grad sila..

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        twentyfive 

        7 years ago

        It was Far Eastern University-De La Salle University (Juris Doctor MBA)

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        growling lion 

        7 years ago

        FEU or UST law?

        dear lord! i dont understand why others give high regards to FEU when (insert gasp here!) FEU is just an average school with a rather posh looking campus... FEU is not even an option after one gets debarred from UST.

        seriously, if you didn't make it to ateneo or up, the only options you have are BEDA or UST...

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        versal 

        7 years ago

        well,law is a very interesting course,,but to think that lawyers must have to lie and do everything just to win the case is an easy way to go hell..hehehehehe.

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        ian 

        7 years ago

        i think slu deserves a place based on the debate at anc it proved that slu can compete with the high standard schools

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        Kiko2092 

        7 years ago

        Hello, good day! In your assessment, what is more competitive when it comes to Law school? FEU or UST? I need reply, thanks po.:)

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        twentyfive 

        7 years ago

        Happy 2012 everyone :)

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        Anj 

        7 years ago

        this is very helpful! thank you =)

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        Patrick Norwell 

        7 years ago

        Which Law School offers easy LAE but has good quality education? Thanks.

        BTW, hows FEU, UST and San Beda LAE and Tuition?

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        twentyfive 

        7 years ago

        In my assessment, I think you can :)

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        Patrick Norwell 

        7 years ago

        Just want to ask if 2.80 GPA in an undergraduate degree can take LAE?

        I already took 18 units of English, 6 units of Mathematics, 18 units of Social Science and 3 units of Rizal course.

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        Dianne 

        7 years ago

        Hi.

        For new entrants to UP Law, the tuition may run somewhere between 20T-35T per semester, depending on the number of units that you're enrolling in. UP has a complicated tuition scheme because students are categorized into different economic brackets, and your tuition per unit will depend on which bracket you get classified to. The highest bracket, I think, pays 1,500 per unit. Until about four or five years ago, the tuition in UP Law was 300 per unit.

        And yes, there are plenty of scholarships available. These are mostly sponsored scholarships from UP law alumni and prestigious law firms, but the college manages the applications for the sponsors. Each scholarship has its own set of eligibility requirements but it's not that hard to get one.

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        Carl 

        7 years ago

        Tuition fee in SBC-COL is 47k i think for 1st year 1st semester then a few thousand cheaper by the next sem...

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        mike 

        7 years ago

        The link for San Beda? can anyone tell me how much is their tuition fee?

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        arnold 

        7 years ago

        why they did not put the exact or a sample computation of tuition fees for law student? In that way, the applicant's can rely if they afford to enroll.

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        Querllon 

        7 years ago

        I think PUP college of law is the cheapest when it comes to tuition fees, according to their wb site per unit is only 500php. I just don't know how the school performs when it comes to the subject matter. :D

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        twentyfive 

        7 years ago

        The tuition fees are available to each law school. You have to go over their websites which I have highlighted next to their school logo. Thanks!

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        kamlie25 

        7 years ago

        can i just ask how much is the tuition fee at up now? for the person who can pass the entrance exam? and do they even grant scholarships?

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        wendx 

        7 years ago

        hi. what do you think is the best pre-legal course?

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        Anton 

        7 years ago

        University of Perpetual Help College Law in Binan, Laguna have a new Dean, Justice C. Vasquez Jr. They have good professors and very conducive place of learning. Their full tuition fee for freshmen I think is only P26K/sem, miscellaneous included.

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        amir 

        7 years ago

        FEU law got a dismal passing rate..FEU-DLSU jd got the higher percentage...the two are different

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        RAFFY 

        7 years ago

        UST is raNKED 7TH AND NOT 5TH

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        Law Board Exam 

        7 years ago

        I agree with this article. In fact its the same with my own TOP 10 LISTS so far. ATENEO runs smoothly in terms of Law Schools.

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        Law Geek 

        7 years ago

        The released results of CHED in 2010 does not hold those ranks constant. This 2011, UP ranked 1st (I think the passing rate is 99%...HELL!), ADMU ranked 2nd, SBC ranked 3rd, FEU ranked 4th, and UST ranked 5th on the list of the top 5 law schools in the Philippines.

        The Bar Exam itself can be seen as 80% luck and 20% academic effort depending on the anonymous and top secret judge or justice having different expertise in law (International, Civil, Criminal, Taxation, etc.) who made the exam. When the Bar Exam season comes, usually there are leakages on who made the exams and what his expertise is which is the most probable dominant topic in the exam. Bar takers cross their fingers as they scrutinize a few areas of law and consider the others as minor just-in-case topics (My God! No one can prioritize all the aspects of law.), hoping that it will come out as the main topics of the exam.

        Hope this modifies other peoples' outlook regarding the law students and graduates' world in the Philippines.

        Thank you.

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        Shanee 

        7 years ago

        Thank you for the info. This was perfect.

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        twentyfive 

        8 years ago

        Hi Cassy! Thanks! I'm into a little experimenting with moi hubs and law is such a great topic. hahaha Well, without law, there'd be chaos. I never break the law though I break some rules LOL Cheers! XO

        Hi Youngcurves! Law has high cpc ;)

        Hello Cathy! I spent an hour writing this. I spent more time with the pictures than the content itself LOL I'm into building an empire of Philippines hub topics..LOL I know, I used to write just poetry, too.

        Well, I respect and follow the law. Though justice is quite slow in the Phil. Nah, me hates arguments and I don't know how to lie so me cant be a lawyer LOL TC XO

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        Cathy Nerujen 

        8 years ago from Edge of Reality and Known Space

        Hi Fehl. I don't know a whole lot on the law, but I do have a strong sense of morality. This is a well made hub, you must have spent ages writing and compiling it. That's why I prefer writing poetry. :) I am so lazy.... LOL.

        The law is a powerful weapon for good when you know all he rules. Are you a law-type person? You never told me. Must be lots of lawyers in the Philippines. :) Take care, Fehl. XXOO

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        Youngcurves19 

        8 years ago from Hawaii

        interesting! i wouldn't think to write about something like this!

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        Cassandra Mantis 

        8 years ago from UK and Nerujenia

        Fehl, you have some crazy great hubs and hub subjects these days! I love this. Great topic! And as usual, well researched. The law is lucky to have you on it's side! Heh! Some of their websites are mighty interesting too! Cheers! Have a great day, moi friend! XO

        Ps, part deux of the "Megumi..." chapter is up! :)

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