All enrollees shall have free use of the law library and its allied services including the legal website lawphil.net
The school provides in-campus residence, on a first come first served basis.
The school also assists in the processing of petitions to take the Bar Exams, for a minimal processing fee.
Bar Review Program
Arellano Law Foundation is a non-profit, non-stock organization established by alumni and faculty members of Arellano University for the purpose of contributing to the upgrading of the standards legal profession and to the efficient, fair, and honest administration of justice. Its major project in the attainment of this objective is the operation of Arellano University School of Law.
Pursuant to Supreme Court Bar Matter No. 850, all lawyers must complete at least 36 credit unit hours of continuing legal education seminars every three years. The Foundation has been duly accredited as an MCLE provider and regularly offers MCLE courses for lawyers.
Arellano Law Foundation is a Supreme Court accredited MCLE (Mandatory Continuing Legal Education) Provider.
Arellano University School of Law embodies the finest values of legal education, by giving comprehensive and enlightened training to prepare our students for law practice and public service, law teaching and legal scholarships. We uphold the highest standards of learning so that our graduates may take pride in bearing the Arellano name. Steadfastly committed to providing innovative quality education, Arellano has been attracting the best and the brightest working students in the country. We are one of the Top Law Schools in the Philippines.
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Lawphil is a legal indexing and database gathering project that aims to provide students, lawyers, legal researchers and practically anyone interested in the law across the Philippines and around the world with ready access to an efficient, comprehensive, reliable, and cost-effective website with online legal research service for free. It offers easy access to Philippine Supreme Court decisions in full and in digested form from 1901 to the present, permanent and general statutes, administrative regulations and decisions, treatises and legal articles on current issues, among others.