Wesleyan School of Law ready for recognition

December 06, 2019

Legal Education Board Commissioner Abelardo T. Domondon visited Wesleyan University-Philippines to assess the required documents of John Wesley School of Law and Governance to qualify for government recognition.

In a meeting with School of Law Dean, Atty. Salvador B. Belaro, Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Marietta B. Agustin, Acting Vice President for Administration and Finance Dr. Maridel Eslao, and members of the Law School faculty, Commissioner Domondon said JWSLG has already complied with all necessary requirements and that it is ready in its application for government recognition.

John Wesley School of Law and Governance started operation in July 2015 and has graduated its 13 pioneer batch last June 14, 2019. These graduates took the BAR Exam last November 2019, and now waiting for the result.

JWSLG Associate Dean Atty. Ruperto T. Sampoleo, Current Dean Atty. Salvador B. Belaro, Former Dean Atty. JV Bautista, and City Prosecutor, Fiscal Renato A. Villaroman pose with Legal Education Board Commissioner Abelardo T. Domondon during the November 27, 2019 LEB visit.