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LEB MEMORANDUM ORDER (LEBMO)
No. 5
Series of 2016

Subject: GUIDELINES FOR THE PRE-REQUISITE SUBJECT IN THE BASIC LAW COURSES.

Pursuant to the power of the Legal Education Board (LEB) to prescribe the basic curricula for law courses under Section 7(f) of Republic Act No. 7662, entitled the legal Education Reform Act of 1993, and Section 4 of LEB Memorandum Order No. 2 Series of 2013, the following guidelines on the pre-requisite subjects are hereby promulgated:

1. Table of Pre-Requisites Subjects - The Table of Pre-Requisite Subjects below shall be followedin determining what subjects need to be taken and passed by students in the basic law courses before being allowed to take the advance subjects:


SUBJECT PRE-REQUISITE SUBJECT(S)
Administrative and Election Laws
or
Administrative Law, Law on Public Officers and Election Law
Constitutional Law I
Agency, Trust and Partnership Obligations and Contracts
Civil Law Review I Persons and Family Relations
Property
Succession
Civil Law Review II Civil Law Review I
Commercial Law Review Agency, Trust and Partnership
Transportation
Credit Transaction
Corporation Law
Negotiable Instrument
Insurance
Constitutional Law Review Constitutional Law I
Constitutional Law II
Criminal Law Review Criminal Law I
Criminal Law II
Credit Transaction Obligations and Contracts
Criminal Law II Criminal Law I
Criminal Procedure Criminal Law I
Criminal Law II
Evidence Criminal Procedure
Civil Procedure
Human Rights Law Constitutional Law II
Insurance Obligations and Contracts
Labor Law II Labor Law I
Labor Law Review Labor Law I
Labor Law II
Legal Forms Obligations and Contracts
Property
Sales
Credit Transactions
Negotiable Instruments
Agency, Trust, and Partnership
Land, Titles, and Deeds
Criminal Procedure
Civil Procedure
Legal Counseling and Social Responsibility Basic Legal Ethics
Problem Areas in Legal Ethics
Criminal Procedure
Civil Procedure
Evidence
Legal Medicine Criminal Law II
Obligations and Contracts Persons and Family Relations
Practice Court I Criminal Procedure
Civil Procedure
Evidence
Special Proceedings
Legal Forms
Practice Court II Practice Court I
Problem Areas in Legal Ethics Basic Legal Ethics
Property Obligations and Contracts
Remedial Law Review I Criminal Procedure
Civil Procedure
Evidence
Special Proceedings
Remedial Law Review II Remedial Law Review I
Sales Obligations and Contracts
Special Proceedings Succession
Succession Persons and Family Relations
Property
Taxation I Constitutional Law I
Taxation II Persons and Family Relations
Taxation I
Succession
Torts and Damages Obligations and Contracts
Transportation Obligations and Contracts

2. Credits - No credits shall be given to advanced subjects taken unless the student has completed and passed the pre-requisite subjects prescribed in the above Table of Pre-Requisites.

3. Transitory Provision - For students who have commenced their law studies before the effectivity of this Memorandum Order, the pre-requisites shall be strictly enforced for the year levels and subjects that they will take beginning in AY 2017-2018.

4. Penal Clause - Violations of this Memorandum Order shall be treated as unlawful act of the law school under Section 30 of the LEBMO No. 2, Series of 2013 and subject to theimposition of any of the sanctions under Section 32 of the same regulation.

5. Effectivity - This Memorandum Order shall become effective fifteen (15)days after publication in a newspaper of general circulations and filing with the University of the Philippines Law Center.

Manila, Philippines. December 29, 2016

(Sgd.) EMERSON B. AQUENDE
Chairman

Last updated: August 7, 2018

Arellano University School of Law
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