Under the Republic of the Philippines, the School of Civil Law, faithful to the age-old principles that guide its mission, continues to teach the same ancient education, requires the same academic discipline, and strives to serve the best interests of the profession and the nation. It also emphasizes the rights guaranteed by the Constitution, which are divided into civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights enumerated in Articles III and IV of the Constitution, and if amendments are appropriate, Congress should also be informed. LAW 815 – Probation and Probation and Restorative Justice This is a study of the concept and history of probation and the functioning of probation systems in other countries of the world, with a focus on the rules and regulations of the Philippine Probation Act and similar laws. It also deals with the process of bringing back into the fold of civilization those condemned who are ready to return to the fold of the law after passing through the mass of captivity by providing them with a possible way to cope with life again. Courses at the Faculty of Civil Law are held from Monday to Saturday, usually from late afternoon to evening. LAW 804 – Criminal Justice This is a critical and analytical study of the constitutional and legal rights of the accused and those examined by the various authorities such as the NBI, the CIDG, the Ombudsman, the Public Prosecutor`s Office, etc. Criminal procedure; Evidence before civilian and military tribunals, circumstances affecting criminal liability and the five pillars of the criminal justice system, and the role of each individual in exonerating court records. The faculty remains one of the best law schools in the national bar exams. [4] LAW 818 – Law of the Sea: issues, challenges and implications It is a legal instrument that regulates both national law relating to maritime activities and private international law, which governs relations between private entities operating ships on the world`s oceans. Informatics also deals with topics such as maritime trade, maritime transport, maritime transport, seafarers and the transport of people and goods by sea. Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108 Philippines This is a list of notable alumni of the school. [7] [8] [9] PHL 821 – Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas A course expounding essential philosophical teachings of the angelic doctor, organized around the 24 fundamental theses of Thomism in the context of the successful synthesis of scholastic philosophy, the biblical and Catholic tradition and the Aristotelian method of St.

Thomas Aquinas. LAW 807 – Relations between Church and State It emphasizes the principles of church-state relations; Common problems, especially those related to marriage annulment, divorce, legal separation, population control, education, religious freedom and temporal conditions. LAW 802 – Insurance Law of the Philippines This is an in-depth study of Philippine insurance law (life, accident, health, etc.) and its amendments. It contains a comparative study of the insurance laws of the Philippines with those of other Asian countries. The faculty maintains a curriculum with mandatory law courses that focus on the eight topics covered in the Philippine Bar exams. Upon completion of all law courses for the first three years of the program, the student must complete an articling program of at least two hundred hours before being admitted to the fourth and final year. [3] The Faculty of Civil Law aims to train men and women trained in the theory and practice of law, imbued with Christian virtues and principles, to be worthy members of the defence and community, particularly in the search for truth and the promotion of justice under a regime of freedom and democracy. Since 2017, the University of Santo Tomas has been offering advanced law degrees through the UST Graduate School of Law. Previously, the Faculty of Civil Law, through the Department of Law of the Graduate School of the University of Santo Tomas, manages the content of the program and the delivery of advanced courses in legal education. These postgraduate programs are only available to LL.B.

and juris doctor holders of accredited law schools in the Philippines and other countries. [6] BILL 805 – Administrative Law Reform This course deals with the principles and concepts of the administrative apparatus and the proposed penal codes; Detention and rehabilitation of prisoners and proposals for reform. BILL 814 – Medical Law Reform This is an analytical and critical review of certain remedies laws that, in light of some recent Supreme Court circulars and decrees, require amendments or reforms, such as amendments to civil procedure laws, in particular on the application of the judicial affidavit rule and others consisting of due process for the expeditious administration of justice. BILL 817 – Anti-Money Laundering and Similar Acts Act (R.A. 9160) This is a thorough and comprehensive review of the main features of the Act, such as the criminalization of money-laundering, the establishment of a financial intelligence unit, customer identification requirements, record keeping and reporting of targeted and suspicious transactions; Relax strict bank secrecy laws, provide for bank investigations and freeze ex parte requests/seizures/confiscations/recoveries of dirty money or property, and ensure international cooperation. LAW 809 – Air and Space Law: Law and Policy Aspects Study of the politico-legal nature of air and space as subjects of public and private international law, analysis of conventions and agreements relating to the use of airspace and outer space and their impact on Philippine laws and jurisprudence. PHL 822 – Philosophy of the Human Person An analytical study of contemporary Christian criticism and the synthesis of modern and contemporary philosophies of man, with a background of the philosophies of man from ancient Greece, India and China. The number of subjects in the curriculum was then expanded and expanded.

For most of the Spanish regime, the course consisted of twelve semesters (six years), based on one year of preparatory work. [2] Full load of the first semester; Sequential rule; Course description; Controls; rules for non-presentation of examinations; and Revalida. RA 808 – Civil Law Reform and Family Code This is a critical and analytical review of the controversial provisions of the Civil Code of the Philippines and the Family Code in light of changing conditions and to introduce possible reforms or amendments in both laws. It will also deal with the various amendments made to the provisions of the Family Code. LAW 816 – UNCLOS (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea) and the New Fundamental Right of the Philippines This is a comprehensive and comprehensive review of the provisions of the United Nations Conventions on the Law of the Sea and the New Basic Law of the Philippines (R.A. 9522). PHL 823 – Philosophy of Values An overview of the moral philosophies of Socrates, Buddha and Confucius to contemporary moral philosophies to provide a thoughtful critique of these in the light of contemporary Catholic moral thought. It is an in-depth examination of the philosophical, theological and historical foundations of the Constitution, which deals with human rights. It also deals with the analysis of provisions, their elaboration and their application, focusing on contemporary legal interpretation and a comparative study of their provisions with the International Bill of Human Rights. It also includes the study of the philosophy of the provisions of the Philippine Constitution on the Bill of Rights and a comparative analysis with other countries.

LAW 803 – International Economic and Economic Law This course aims to deepen students` knowledge and understanding of business law, with the opportunity to study key laws such as the General Investment Law, the Industrial Free Zones Authority, anti-piracy laws and practices and recent jurisprudence that affect business and international affairs, including issues of contemporary legal importance, which are determined by world trade organizations, including trade treaties concluded by our country. Under the U.S. regime, the University of Santo Tomas modified the curriculum of the Faculty of Civil Law several times to adapt to changing conditions. But determined to produce worthy members of the Bar Association and practical Catholic jurists, the university adhered to its fundamental policy of maintaining the important subjects introduced under the Spanish regime in its curriculum in order to fully achieve the goals and objectives of a solid Catholic legal education. [2] LAW 812 – Intellectual Property Act This is an analytical study of the different ways to protect intellectual property. It focuses on laws relating to copyright, trademarks and trade names, all other topics highlighted in the Intellectual Property Law, in particular the protection of intellectual property rights and trade-related aspects of the intellectual property system (TRIPS) academic termThe Faculty of Civil Law works part-time.

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