Top 10 Law Schools in the Philippines

1. University of the Philippines College of Law - The College of Law of the University of the Philippines offers the following degree programs: Four-year undergraduate program leading to Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree; Five-year undergraduate program for working students leading to a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree; Regular graduate program leading to a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree primarily for prospective law teachers and professional specialist.

2. Ateneo de Manila Law School - As a University, the Ateneo de Manila seeks to preserve, extend, and communicate truth and apply it to human development and the preservation of the environment. As a Filipino University, the Ateneo de Manila seeks to identify and enrich Philippine culture and make its own.

3. University of San Carlos College of Law - USC’s reputation as a leading Catholic school providing quality education attuned to the needs of a fast-changing world, has been proven by the constant enrolment of students coming from different regions in the Philippines and abroad.

4. San Beda College of Law - As a Catholic educational institution, the mission of San Beda College is to produce men and women who are fully human, wholly Christian and truly Filipino. In the light of this mission, the San Beda College of Law aims to produce lawyers who are learned in the Law and who conduct themselves according to Christian principles and to the noblest traditions of the bench and the bar.

5. Xavier University College of Law - As a University, Xavier pursues truth and excellence in teaching, research and service to communities: it is concerned with contemporary problems; it prepares men and women with competencies, skills and a keen sense of responsibility to their communities.




6. Saint Louis University College of Law - The SLU College of Law is a premiere institution dedicated to developing ad training ethical, principled, and competent lawyers who are committed to Christians values, firm advocates of the rule of law and actively involved in legal and social reforms.

7. Arellano School of Law - Established in 1938, through the effort of Dr. Florentino Cayco, Sr., Arellano University School of Law formed the nucleus of Arellano University. Named after the first Filipino Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Cayetano S. Arellano, the original school was located in historic Intramuros, where classes were held until the 1945 Battle of Manila.

8. University of the East College of Law - is the law school of the University of the East, a private, non-sectarian university in Manila, Philippines.

9. Far Eastern University Institute of Law (FEU-IL) or FEU Law is the college of law of Far Eastern University in Manila, Philippines. The Institute started operations in 1934 and is now one of the oldest law schools in the Philippines.

10. University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Civil Law - is the law school of the University of Santo Tomas, a private Roman Catholic university in Manila, Philippines. Established in 1734, It is the oldest law school in the Philippines. The Faculty has produced numerous alumni in government, public service and the academe.

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