SCHOOL OF LAW
"Pillars of Law"
The UNC Bicol School of Law is undoubtedly a top law school in the region, producing the most number of lawyers in Camarines Sur over the last seven decades.
The college envisions itself as the premier cradle of legal minds in the Bicol region, nurturing the students in a learning environment that transforms them into lawyers who aren’t only professionals but also individuals with a deep sense of purpose beyond themselves.
Molding Minds for the Service of God, Country, and Humanity
In 1948, The University of Nueva Caceres School of Law has pioneered the legal education and has been producing the Pillars of the Law in Bicolandia. The School of Law is geared towards developing and teaching students about law and jurisprudence to prepare them not only to be lawyers but to apply the law in their daily lives.UNC law has produced bar top notchers, prosecutors, and esteemed judges in the region. It is also the home of legal practitioner educators who manifest a deep sense of purpose beyond themselves and nurture students into transformative leaders who bring about positive change in
The Law Department continues to champion excellence as it is the only university in Camarines Sur to offer the prestigious Master of Laws (LL.M.), which will advance a legal practitioner’s knowledge and expertise.
UNC School of Law, still the premiere cradle of legal minds in Bicolandia providing quality training for Bicolanos.
To achieve its vision, the department makes a shift from mentor-oriented to learning-centered strategies. The law programs encourage the students to be more critical, proactive, and creative learners. This also exposes students to practical legal situations, training them to uphold the Rule of Law and abide devotion to the administration of justice while being responsive to the changing and social and economic norms.
In addition, the college is guided by its specific objectives to pursue time-honored legal study methodologies such as, but not limited to, the following:
- Immersion of students in the mechanics and pursuit of legal aid program in cooperation with the local chapter of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines
- Integration of the case-digest system of instruction
- Exposure of students to law office management, the lawyer-client relationship, as well as actual administrative and court proceedings.
The Bachelor of Laws is a four-year graduate program that prepares students to become lawyers. This program includes eight major subjects: Civil, Commercial, Criminal, International, Labor, Political, Remedial, and Tax laws. The Supreme Court of the Philippines requires all these subjects for the completion of the Bachelor of Laws program.
In addition, students must choose one elective subject from the following courses: Admiralty, Advanced Taxation, Appellate Practice, Agrarian Law and Social Legislation, and Brief Making. Often, these elective subjects are offered in the latter years of law school.
To be admitted to this law program, an applicant must be a bachelor’s degree holder in arts or science in any authorized college or university, with any of these subjects as a field of concentration: Political Science, English, Economics, Philosophy, and History.
If the candidate completed an undergraduate program in an area other than those mentioned, he or she must have earned the required number of units in these subject areas: English, Math, History or Economics, Social Sciences, and Rizal to be considered for admission.
The Master of Laws is a postgraduate program for law students who wish to further specialize in a particular area of law practice. Specialization areas may include commercial, finance, human rights, international business, and tax law. To know the admission requirements for this program, feel free to contact us.
Join the premier law school in Bicol today. Should you have any concerns or questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the UNC College of Law.
PhilSat result not less than the cut off or passing score of 55%.
C-1 – Certification of Eligibility to Enroll in the Law Course (Permit to take Law Course) from the LEB Office, Manila
Certified True Copy of Official Transcript of Records
Certified True Copy of Special Order (S.O.)
PSA Birth Certificate
PSA Marriage Certificate (For Married Female only)
1 pc. Documentary Stamp
Official receipt for C-1 P60.00
3 pcs. 2x2 picture size with name imprinted thereon
Additional subject’s requirement by the Legal Education Board (LEB) for issuance of C-1 – which your Pre-Law Course (Bachelor’s Degree) has obtained the required units in the following subject areas:
· 18 units English
· 18 units Social science
· 6 units Mathematics
Official Transcript of Records
Original or Authenticated copy PSA Birth Certificate
Original or Authenticated copy PSA Marriage Certificate
Three (3) pcs.2x2 size picture with name imprinted thereon
Verification Slip (Accounting Office Window 5)
Previous Semester Grades (Registrar’s Office)
Supporting documents if there are changes in profile
To be able to achieve this dream, the department undertakes to make a shift from teacher-oriented to learning-centered strategies. Focus will be on the production of a more profound enhancement in the students’ lives by encouraging them to be more critical, creative and proactive learners. Towards this end, full support will be given to faculty development and opportunities for the exposure of students to practical legal situation will be provided.
The UNC School of Law envisions itself to be the premier cradle of legal minds in Bicolandia, nurturing its students to be transformative leaders who will bring about the change that we want to see in the world, bringing forth a community of learners who will be responsible to the global challenges. We hope to mold lawyers who manifest a deep sense of purpose beyond themselves.
Atty. Antonio Rivero
Dean School of Law
The UNC School of Law aims to produce graduates imbued with profound commitment to uphold the Rule of Law and abiding devotion to the administration of justice for all conformably with changing social and economic norms.
The UNC College of Law shall pursue time – honored methodologies in shaping the legal minds of the students such as, but not limited to, the following:
1. Immersion of students in the mechanics and pursuit of the legal aid program in cooperation with the local chapter of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines;
2. Integration of the case – digest system of instruction, and;
3. Exposure to law office management, lawyer – client relationship, as well as actual court and administrative proceedings.
College was a great experience. It’s been 15 years but the learning and wisdom remain the same. What an exciting time these last four years have been.
UNC played an important role in where I am and who I am today. The motto itself Non-Scholæ Sed Vitæ says it all. It prepared me to face the real challenge outside the four corners of the room. It encouraged me to explore. It taught me that life is not just a piece of cake. It created favorable conditions for my personal growth. It honed me to be ready on a global scale.
On a lighter side, the university became my second home, my sanctuary. I got a family, friends, and critics. Thanks to the professors specifically from the Computer Science Department. They were the ones who trusted my insights, brought confidence and became my inspiration.
University of Nueva Caceres, my alma mater, thank you for the quality education.
Mailyn C. Marquez
As a former working student at the University of Nueva Caceres, which helped me build my leadership qualities, value the importance of education and give premium to the management of time.
A degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (1996) offered me the opportunity to be an Information Technology Officer of Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Legazpi Branch. Now, as a Team Leader of INRU-BCRD, public service is about serving the people honestly and doing a job efficiently, dedication to the people and to the nation.
To borrow GSIS slogan, UNC is Maasahan ng Lingkod-Bayan.
Don Enrique D. Tesorero
It was my first year at UNC back in 2007, when my life totally changed. I took AB Psychology since I’ve been amazed by how I could study the human mind and different approaches to behaviors in the different settings of our society. UNC prepared me for the reality of life and how to persevere in spite of the difficulties. I was also encouraged by my professors by pushing me through my limitations since they have seen my potentials. I finished the course in 2009 and took a Masters in Guidance and Counseling. Graduate School is another challenge and UNC helped me to grow on my chosen field of interest and equipped me to be more competitive internationally.
UNC made me realize that education is the primary way for me to achieve my goals. I was inspired every step of the way to keep going, keep trying, even in the midst of challenges. Fast forward, now my dreams became reality. I have been involved in different international fora & trainings, finished counseling course at Canadian University Dubai given by the Philippine Consulate Dubai, a Certified Applied Behavioral Therapist, Served as Head, Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Department & School Psychologist at United International Private School, Dubai United Arab Emirates, Editorial Board at Asian Psychological Services and Assessment Inc., Philippines, Currently Board of Directors in Psychological Society of the Philippines UAE Dubai Chapter, have been conducting trainings and workshops at Philippine Consulate General and Northern Emirates, various organizations in the Philippines, and across United Arab Emirates. I was awarded as Outstanding & Meritorious Employee for two consecutive years at United International Private School, Dubai, UAE, and Outstanding UNESCO Club Educator of the Philippines 2018. Currently, I serve as the Head of Inclusion Support Centre at St. Mary’s Catholic High School Muhaisnah, Dubai United Arab Emirates, a Mental Health Advocate and beliefs in the capacity of the youth to change the world.
I give all the honor and appreciation to GOD and to UNC, my Alma Mater!
Maria Jolit Angeline P. Malaya
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