|School of Law|
|Written by UNO-R|
|Thursday, 22 March 2007 06:22|
To provide a thorough and comprehensive legal education program which will not only meet the requirements and professional standards of Commission on Higher Education but also of the country.
1. To prepare highly qualified and thoroughly competent Christian lawyers.
a. Instruct and guide students on the principles of law and the system of administration of justice obtaining in the country.
a.1. Maintain and reinvigorate the internship program through the enlistment of highly prestigious and eminent law firms and offices.
a.2. Maintain a moot court for the purpose of training practice and exposing the students to the procedures and techniques of actual trials and hearing.
a.3. Motivate and urge students to attend actual court proceedings for the purpose of familiarity with nature of proceedings in court.
a.4. Adopt a selective admission of students and the constant re-evaluation of their performance.
a.5. Encourage students to participate in seminars and symposia relative to the legal profession.
a.6. Recommend outstanding students for scholarship and support BAR examination candidates, both psychologically and financially.
a.7. Maintain a totally adequate, complete and up-to-date library.
2. To train lawyers who would be responsive to the needs of society in general and the needs of the economically deprived or those who have “less in life”, in particular.
Bachelor of Laws