xavier university law

Revised requirements for admissions to the law course per CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 46, series of 1996

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

Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhiLSAT)

Information and registration:
www.leb.gov.ph
www.cem-inc.org.ph/philsat

Requirements after passing the qualifying exam

  • AUTHENTICATED copy of the transcript of record – S.O. number and date of issuance should be indicated in the transcript of record, otherwise a certificate of S.O. from the Registrar should be obtained by the applicant.

  • Two (2) Academic endorsement letters – (from a former professor, Dean or Administrative Head at the school where college degree was obtained.)

  • One (1) Personal endorsement letter – (from any person holding a responsible position in business, in church, in government or a person pre-eminent in any profession. None of the evaluators should be a relative of the applicant.)

  • Two (2) photocopies of birth certificate (NSO)

  • Honorable Dismissal – (for TRANSFEREES and graduates of Universities and Colleges other than Xavier University)

  • Recommendation letter for the Director of Student Affairs from last school attended – (for TRANSFEREES only)

  • Certificate for Preliminary Law Course (C-1) – (for TRANSFEREES ONLY)

  • Three (3) photocopies of marriage contract for married women

  • 2 pcs of 2x2 ID pictures

Please see the Dean’s Office for the schedule of the interview. Submit the above requirements a day before the scheduled interview.

Atty Silvia Jo G Sabio
Dean, Xavier Ateneo College of Law
2/F Xavier Hall, 858-3116 or 723-116 local (extensions) 2043 and 2044

 

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