The study of law sharpens intellectual capabilities, improves logical thinking and enhances problem-solving ability. It broadens one’s outlook in life and creates a deeper understanding of human relations and social interactions. The trend in the country today is the opening of back offices, and one of the demands in this area is legal assistance.
Juris Doctor is a four-year program grounded on core courses required under the Rules of Court of the Philippines - Civil Law, Labor and Social Legislation, Mercantile Law, Criminal Law, Political Law, International Law, Taxation, Remedial Law, Legal Ethics and other recognized courses. Graduates of this program who meet the legal education requirements of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) may apply for admission to the Philippine Bar. The curriculum supports and develops keen problem-solving skills, analytical reasoning, advanced communicative abilities, and increased capacity for independent thinking.
The CEU School of Law and Jurisprudence integrates in the legal education of students the basic elements of the Christian faith which, after all, are the very same character traits of good citizenship, i.e., the dignity of the human person, the value of his freedom and the indispensability of his community for growth and development.