Subjects for the Second Semester, Academic Year 2019-2020

Period
Subject
Code
Professor
Room
8:00am – 11:00am

JSD 618 -Climate Change, International and Domestic Law
JSD, LLM Intl Law, MLS Eco Law
Dr. Antonio Gabriel M.  La Vina
12Q

MLS 103 - General Norms of Canon Law (Required for all first-time enrollees)
LLM,MLS
Fr. Benildus Ma. P. Maramba, OSB
12R

MLS 104 - De Munere Ecclesiae Docendi et Sanctificandi
MLS Clergy; LLM  Canon Law
Mons. Gary Noel S. Formoso
12M

LLM  355 - National Security Issues and Law
LLM, MLS Crim Justice
Prof. Jose Martin A. Loon
13S

LLM 328Com - International Commercial Arbitration
LLM ComL, MLS EcoLaw
Prof. Palash Gupta
13T
11:00am – 2:30pm

LLM  206 - Appellate Practice and Procedure
JSD, LLM
Justice Hilarion L. Aquino
12Q

LLM 305CIV -The Philosophy of the Civil Code
JSD, LLMCiv. Law,
Fr. Ranhilio Callangan Aquino
12R

JSD 619 -The Peaceful Settlement of Disputes and the Avoidance of War
JSD, LLM Intl Law, MLS Crim Justice
Dean Merlin M.  Magallona
12M

JSD 620 - Constitutional Interpretation
JSD, LLM
Dr. Jeremy I. Gatdula
13S

MLS 110 - Canonical Procedure
LLM Canon Law, LLM, MLS Clergy
Mons. Gary Noel S. Formoso
Hub1

LLM111- Legal English and Writing (Required for all first-time enrollees)
LLM, MLS


Prof. John A. Boyd
13T
2:30pm – 5:30pm

LLM 500 - Introduction to Philippine Law
MLS Clergy
Fr. Ranhilio Callangan Aquino
12R

LLM 210 - Law and Economics
LLM, MLS Economic Law,
Dean Alizedney M. Ditucalan
13S

LLM 280 - Philippine Special Law and the Moro Polity (RAG 9 and 12 to LTP, ARMM to BARMM)
JSD, LLM IntLaw, MLS CrimJustice
Fr. Eliseo Mercado,Jr.  OMI
12M

LLM 209a -Comparative Corporation Law
LLM Com Law, MLS EcoLaw
Prof. Eric Recalde  
12Q

LLM 326CIV - Aviation and Air Transport Law
LLM, MLS
Prof. Juan Ruffo Chong
13T
5:30pm – 8:30pm

LLM 214 - International Criminal Law
MLS CrimJustice, LLM IntLaw
Prof. Harry Roque
12R

LLM 351com - Bank Transfers and Bank Fraud
LLM Com Law, MLS Crim Justice, JSD
Prof. Vencent Salido
13S

LLM 310CIV - Issues in Succession Law
LLMCivl  Law
Prof. Cristina A. Montes
12M

LLM 215a - Forensic Evidence in Domestic Abuse Cases
LLM, MLS
Dr. Peter P. Ng
13T

MLS 128- Canonical Procedure in Cases of Sexual Abuse and the Abuse of Minors
MLS CrimJustice, MLS Clergy, LLM
Fr. Danilo Flores
12Q

LLM 281 - The Law of Refugees
LLM, MLS
Prof. Ricardo A. Sunga
12K
6:00pm – 9:00pm

LLM 327cCIV - Special Questions on the Family Code
LLM, MLS
Prof. Melencio Sta. Maria
Hub 1

CLASS DATES:

FEBRUARY 15, 2020
MARCH 14, 2020
APRIL 4, 2020      
APRIL 18, 2020        
MAY 9, 2020
MAY 23, 2020




GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LAW

Degree Program Offerings:

Doctor of Juridical Science (J.S.D.)

Prerequisite: LL.M. 
   Or: Master of Comparative Law 
   Or: Master of Canon Law (JCD)


Master of Laws (LLM)

 Tracks: 
  Civil Law 
  Political Law
  International Law
  Commercial Law
  American Law
  Canon Law

Prerequisite: Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor for Non-Bar Applicants:  
GPA of 90 in the Basic Law Course

Master of Legal Studies (MLS)

 Specialization: 
  Criminal Justice Administration 
  Economic Law
  International Studies
  “Utrisque Juris”
 Prerequisite:
  Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor 
  Bachelor’s degree with at least 18 units of Social Science
  Bachelor of Canon Law




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The Graduate School of Law will graduate professionals and academics who, having developed strong research competencies and acquired an academic approach to the study of law as a distinct academic discipline, and faithful to their vocation as Christians, shall contribute to the understanding of law in relation to social order and the country’s role in an integrated region and a global community.



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