John Wesley School of Law and Governance
Wesleyan Law School is the most recent addition to the curricular offerings of WU-P and started being offered in Academic Year 2015-2016. Although it underwent series of rigid preparations, the Legal Education Board (LEB) under the supervision of the Supreme Court approved its opening after having visited and crosschecked the documents and facilities that are needed.
Students of the Law School shall abide with the provisions of Legal Education Board Memorandum Order (LEBMO) No. 1, Series of 2011 on Policies and Standards of Legal Education; Section 15, Article III. Pre–requisites to admission to Law School; Section 6, Rule 138 of the Rules of Court that prescribes: “No applicant for admission to the Bar Examination shall be admitted unless he presents a certificate that he has satisfied the Secretary of Education that, before he began the study of law, he had pursued and satisfactorily completed in an authorized and recognized university or college, requiring for admission thereto the completion of a four- year high school course, the course of the study prescribed thereon for Bachelor’s degree in arts or sciences with any of the following subjects as major or field of concentration: Political Science, Logic, English, Spanish, History and Economics.”
The university hired top notch, seasoned and experienced mentors who ensure that students will learn and apply the laws of the land inside the courts and in everyday lives.
Wesleyan Law School is housed at the Graduate School in the third floor of the building of the College of Hospitality and Tourism Management.