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It's not the most popular pre-law choice, but it has its own advantages.
Being a lawyer isn't for the faint-hearted, but law school can help you lay the groundwork for your desired profession. Part of the preparations is enrolling in an undergraduate degree program that can serve as your pre-law course. While many law students go ...
Including tips from 2019 Bar topnotcher Atty. Mae Diane Azores.
Aspiring lawyers work hard and give their all for the Philippine Bar Examination, passing which marks the start of their journey as full-fledged lawyers. The bar examination for lawyers in the Philippines is considered as one of the hardest to pass, but with ...
There are other courses that can help you prepare for its rigorous curriculum.
Those planning to pursue law in the future often start preparation early by making sure they take a pre-law course in college. Although it has its own advantages, Political Science isn’t the only course that can get you into law school. There are ...
According to the Legal Education Board’s rankings throughout the years.
Becoming a lawyer is a dream for many, but the journey proves to be a challenge. Which is why it’s best to start preparing for the law school life years before. There are many things you need to prepare for if you want ...
"It is not only about memorizing laws."
Grade 12 student Hans Kasilag aspires to become a lawyer one day. He pursued the Humanities and Social Sciences strand in senior high school and hopes to enter law school in the future. Because of his dedication, Hans is already gearing up for ...
The lawyer actually responded.
A 12th grade Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) student who's interested in pursuing law in the future decided to reach out to Atty. Chel Diokno for some much-appreciated career advice, and to his surprise, the human rights lawyer actually responded. A now-viral Facebook post from ...
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He's practically like Mike Ross (minus all the fraud and deception).
Law school is known for having an arduous curriculum because of the nature of the profession. Before you even get to attend law school, you'll also need to have a degree in any pre-law course that's worth four or so years of ...
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