Available courses

Law on Property (San Buenaventura-Dy)
Michelle San Buenaventura-Dy

Law on Property (San Buenaventura-Dy)

Concepts and institutions of property and its modes of acquisition (except succession) based on the Constitution, the Civil Code, and special laws; includes the laws on intellectual property, lease and donation.

Law on Property (Batongbacal)
Jay BATONGBACAL

Law on Property (Batongbacal)

This is a course on property, its institutions, and certain modes of acquisition thereof, in Philippine law.

Law on Property (Lumba)
Solomon LumbaGolda Minoza

Law on Property (Lumba)

This course integrates property law with succession and remedial law, philosophy, history and economics. Hopefully, in addition to a comprehensive knowledge of the technicalities of property law, the student will gain a deeper understanding of the causes of systemic poverty, a desire to help alleviate it, and the know-how to achieve this through insight into the interrelationship between philosophy, law, history and economics.

Torts and Damages (Macapagal)
Michael Macapagal

Torts and Damages (Macapagal)

The law of torts, quasi-contracts and damages based on the Civil Code and relevant special laws.

Law on Succession (Cariño Francisco - BGC/Eve)
Emma B. Cariño Francisco

Law on Succession (Cariño Francisco - BGC/Eve)

COURSE IDENTIFICATION

Course Code   58685

Title       Law 105 Succession

Credit      Three units

Classification       Core, Bar

Prerequisites       Law 100 (Persons and family relations), Law 102 (Property)

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The Law on Succession primarily covers the law of descent, both testate and intestate, based on the New Civil Code (NCC) provisions on Succession (Articles 774 to 1105), as amended by the Family Code of the Philippines, special laws, and applicable jurisprudence. Related provisions of the law on Property and Persons and Family Relations are also discussed during the course. 


Law on Succession (C.J. Romero)
Charlton Jules P. Romero

Law on Succession (C.J. Romero)

The Law on Succession primarily covers the law of descent, both testate and intestate, based on the New Civil Code (NCC) provisions on Succession (Articles 774 to 1105), as amended by the Family Code of the Philippines, special laws, and applicable jurisprudence. Related provisions of the law on Property and Persons and Family Relations are also discussed during the course.     

Law on Succession (Pagayatan)(Sections 3-B and 3-I)
Froilyn PagayatanFroilyn D. Pagayatan

Law on Succession (Pagayatan)(Sections 3-B and 3-I)

The Law on Succession primarily covers the law of descent, both testate and intestate, based on the New Civil Code (NCC) provisions on Succession (Articles 774 to 1105), as amended by the Family Code of the Philippines, special laws, and applicable jurisprudence. Related provisions of the law on Property and Persons and Family Relations are also discussed during the course.     

Law on Succession (M. R. Tan)
Mary Rose Tan

Law on Succession (M. R. Tan)

The Law on Succession primarily covers the law of descent, both testate and intestate, based on the New Civil Code (NCC) provisions on Succession (Articles 774 to 1105), as amended by the Family Code of the Philippines, special laws, and applicable jurisprudence. Related provisions of the law on Property and Persons and Family Relations are also discussed during the course.     

Law on Succession (Cariño Francisco - Section E)
Emma B. Cariño Francisco

Law on Succession (Cariño Francisco - Section E)

COURSE IDENTIFICATION

Course Code   58575

Title        Law 105 Succession

Credit        Three units

Classification        Core, Bar

Prerequisites       Law 100 (Persons and family relations), Law 102 (Property)

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The Law on Succession primarily covers the law of descent, both testate and intestate, based on the New Civil Code (NCC) provisions on Succession (Articles 774 to 1105), as amended by the Family Code of the Philippines, special laws, and applicable jurisprudence. Related provisions of the law on Property and Persons and Family Relations are also discussed during the course.

Agency and Partnership (San Juan)
Butch San Juan

Agency and Partnership (San Juan)

Philippine law on agency and partnership based on the Civil Code and other relevant special laws. 

Law 123 IV-Eve1 - Administrative Law (Samson)
Jose Samson III

Law 123 IV-Eve1 - Administrative Law (Samson)

The role of the administrative agency in the constitutional order; the principles and doctrines governing the administrative process; procedural rules governing rule-making, adjudicative, regulatory and other functions of administrative agencies, techniques of control over administrative actions with emphasis on judicial review. Prereq: Law 121, 122. 3 u.

Law 123 - Administrative Law (Guinto)
Celeni Kristine Guinto

Law 123 - Administrative Law (Guinto)

The role of the administrative agency in the constitutional order; the principles and doctrines governing the administrative process; procedural rules governing rule-making, adjudicative, regulatory and other functions of administrative agencies, techniques of control over administrative actions with emphasis on judicial review. Prereq: Law 121, 122. 3 u.

Constitutional Law 1 (Silva)
Neil SilvaNeil Simon Silva

Constitutional Law 1 (Silva)

The fundamental concepts of public law; values, principles and policies underlying the Constitution; the legal structure and basic functions of government, the distribution and limitation of power.

Constitutional Law 1 (Loanzon)
Victoria Loanzon

Constitutional Law 1 (Loanzon)

The fundamental concepts of public law; values, principles and policies underlying the Constitution; the legal structure and basic functions of government, the distribution and limitation of power.

Electoral Process and Public Office (Sibal-Pulido)
Simonette Sibal-Pulido

Electoral Process and Public Office (Sibal-Pulido)

A study of principles governing the electoral process in plebiscites, referenda, election and recall of public officers; and of the law governing public office including the civil service. Prereq: Law 121, 122.

Electoral Process and Public Office (Minoza)
Golda Minoza

Electoral Process and Public Office (Minoza)

A study of principles governing the electoral process in plebiscites, referenda, election and recall of public officers; and of the law governing public office including the civil service.


Legal Bibliography (Joint)
Emerson BanezElvira Escueta-DuavitMyrna FelicianoArianne FerrerTanya LatMeyose LibunaoGlenda LitongMonica MarceloFina Tantuico

Legal Bibliography (Joint)

To provide law students with a basic overview of legal bibliography and the practical application of such.


Legal History (Go)
Carlo Miguel Romeo Go

Legal History (Go)

The development of the world’s legal systems, with emphasis on their relation to the basic institutions of Philippine law.

Legal History (Manahan)
Elson Manahan

Legal History (Manahan)

A study of the principles and effects of the evolution of the world’s legal systems to the Philippine legal landscape and legal practice. The impact of historical legal systems to the basic institutions and frameworks of Philippine law will be analyzed.

Legal History (Guinto)
Celeni Kristine Guinto

Legal History (Guinto)

The development of the world’s legal systems, with emphasis on their relation to the basic institutions of Philippine law.

For any questions, feel free to e-mail me at cgguinto@up.edu.ph

Legal Method (Manlangit)
Donna Manlangit

Legal Method (Manlangit)

This course is an introduction to legal analysis, research techniques, rules of legal construction, and other aspects of the legal process.

Legal Method (Malagar)
Leo Malagar

Legal Method (Malagar)

An introduction to legal analysis, research techniques, rules of legal construction, and other aspects of the legal process.

Legal Method (Banez)
Emerson Banez

Legal Method (Banez)

An introduction to legal analysis, research techniques, rules of legal construction, and other aspects of the legal process.

Legal Theory (Pangalangan - II Evening 1)
Pangalangan Raphael

Legal Theory (Pangalangan - II Evening 1)

The main schools of jurisprudential thought, with emphasis on the philosophical influences on the varying conceptions of ideal law and material law, and their impact on law as an instrument of procedural and substantive justice

Legal Theory (Tongco - II Evening 2)
Nadaine Tongco

Legal Theory (Tongco - II Evening 2)

The main schools of jurisprudential thought, with emphasis on the philosophical influences on the varying conceptions of ideal law and material law, and their impact on law as an instrument of procedural and substantive justice.

Legal Theory (Valdez - II BGC/Evening)
Eddie Valdez

Legal Theory (Valdez - II BGC/Evening)

The main schools of jurisprudential thought, with emphasis on the philosophical influences on the varying conceptions of ideal law and material law, and their impact on law as an instrument of procedural and substantive justice.

Criminal Law 1 (Rico-Cruz)
Gerely Rico-Cruz

Criminal Law 1 (Rico-Cruz)

The basic concepts and principles of criminal law and penology including those relating to the enforcement of penal laws and the imposition of penalties.

Criminal Law 1 (Villordon)
Lhoverette Jeffrey Villordon

Criminal Law 1 (Villordon)

The basic concepts and principles of criminal law and penology including those relating to the enforcement of penal laws and the imposition of penalties.

Labor 1 (Mapalo)
Ma. Carla Mapalo

Labor 1 (Mapalo)

The Law on Labor and Social Legislation and the Principles of Agrarian Reform. The legal guarantee on minimum standards, welfare benefits, and employment opportunity for workers, including statutes and decrees on social security, labor standards, manpower development, employment generation and assistance programs, and basic principles of agrarian reform.

Labor 1 (Kua - Sections 2B and 2C)
Kester Kua

Labor 1 (Kua - Sections 2B and 2C)

The Law on Labor and Social Legislation and the Principles of Agrarian Reform. The legal guarantee on minimum standards, welfare benefits, and employment opportunity for workers, including statutes and decrees on social security, labor standards, manpower development, employment generation and assistance programs, and basic principles of agrarian reform.

Labor 1 (De Vera)
Arnold De Vera

Labor 1 (De Vera)

The legal guarantee on minimum standards, welfare benefits, and employment opportunity for workers, including statutes and decrees on social security, labor standards, manpower development, employment generation and assistance programs, and basic principles of agrarian reform.

Labor and Social Legislation 2
Evelyn (Leo) Battad

Labor and Social Legislation 2

The legal structure, processes and institutions of collective bargaining, and labor arbitration including the law on trade unions, unfair labor practices, strikes and lockouts, collective bargaining agreements, agricultural tenancy, and the settlement of labor and agrarian disputes. Prereq: Law 101, 113. 3 u.

Law 139 II-BGC/Eve - Insurance (Villareal-Fernando & Loon)
Jose Martin LoonJohanna MoralesYsabelle Lualhati SollestreErnestine Carmen Jo Villareal-Fernando

Law 139 II-BGC/Eve - Insurance (Villareal-Fernando & Loon)

A study of the law on insurance and annuities under the Insurance Code and the Civil Code. Prereq: Law 101. 2 u.

Banking and Finance (Rostrata)
Merwyn Paul Rostrata

Banking and Finance (Rostrata)

The law governing the operations of the financial sector, primarily banks, quasi-banks, and informal financial institutions, including a discussion of the legal principles governing financial instruments.

Taxation 1 (Viray)
Virginia Viray

Taxation 1 (Viray)

A study of the general principles of taxation, income taxation, including tax enforcement and remedies available to the taxpayer and the government.

Criminal Procedure (Reyes)
Oliver Xavier Reyes

Criminal Procedure (Reyes)

The study of the Rules governing the apprehension of suspects, their search, their charging, their trial, and their post-conviction remedies.

Criminal Procedure (Bautista)
Chrysilla Carissa Bautista

Criminal Procedure (Bautista)

The law governing prosecution, trial, and adjudication of criminal cases, including procedures relating to arrest, incidental searches and seizures, custodial interrogation, preliminary investigation, indictment, trial, and sentencing of offenders, as provided in the Rules of Court and special laws (UP College of Law, Catalog 2007).

Law 125 II-H - Remedial Law 2 Civil Procedure (Reyes)
Oliver Xavier Reyes

Law 125 II-H - Remedial Law 2 Civil Procedure (Reyes)

The principles and rules in the litigation of civil actions.

Evidence (Rodolfo)
Judge John Boomsri Rodolfo

Evidence (Rodolfo)

The study of the rules of admissibility and the rules of proof as they appeared in the rules of evidence.

Special Proceedings (Bautista)
Chrysilla Carissa Bautista

Special Proceedings (Bautista)

The study of the procedural rules applicable to different remedies by which a party seeks to establish a status, right, or particular fact.

Law 245 - International Banking and Finance Law (Banez)
Emerson Banez

Law 245 - International Banking and Finance Law (Banez)

This course focuses on the study of the principles of international commercial, trust, and investment banking law and regulations. It will examine cross-border and domestic laws affecting retail banking relationships and investment and trust relationships in international private banks, the regulation of financial markets, as well as the laws regulating international finance transactions of private entities raising debt financing in international debt and capital markets.

International Law from Multiple Perspectives (Batongbacal and Kraska)
Jay BATONGBACALJames Kraska

International Law from Multiple Perspectives (Batongbacal and Kraska)

This course delves into the theory and practice of international law beginning with theories and conceptual issues, then focusing in detail into one particular field of international law as a means of comparing the theory with the practice. 

Maalaala Mo Kaya…kung Remote?
Solomon LumbaPortia PadillaAndre Palacios

Maalaala Mo Kaya…kung Remote?

Blended learning activity (synchronous discussion and asynchronous activities)

Participants: UP Law faculty members

Resource persons:

Portia P. Padilla, BSEd, MAEd, PhD candidate

Solomon F. Lumba, BEEd, LLB, PhD candidate

Andre C. Palacios, BSEd, LLB, LLM 


Topics:

1. Outcomes-based remote learning and the JD student as adult learner 

2. Traditional methods of law teaching: A quick survey of the opinions of students

3. Possible methods of law teaching for effective remote learning

The UP Law Community Space

The UP Law Community Space

Online social space for students and teachers of the UP College of Law. Please contact the system admin to create new discussion forums.