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SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER

LAW219 – Business Organization 1 (PAT) (Pre-Law119)

A course combining the laws of Partnership, Agency and Trusts. Cases, recitations and lectures: 3 hours a week - 3 units

LAW220 – Credit Transactions (Pre-Law119)

The law governing loans and deposits, including mortgages, pledge, antichresis, guaranty, sureties and other securities or collaterals. Cases, recitations and lectures: 3 hours a week - 3 units

LAW221 – Labor Standards

An investigation into the minimum labor standards, working conditions and employment benefits, including statutes and decrees on labor standards. Cases, recitations and lectures: 3 hours a week - 3 units

LAW222 – Administrative Law (Pre-Law114, Law115)

The development and application of principles and doctrines governing administrative agencies with rule-making and adjudicative functions, including the Law on Public Officers. Cases, recitations and lectures: 2 hours a week - 2 units

LAW223 – Transportation Law (Pre-Law119)

The general principles and basic regulations governing common carriers (land, sea, air). Cases, recitations and lectures: 2 hours a week - 2 units

LAW224 – Public International Law

An overview of the legal principles governing international relations based, among others, on the United Nations Charter and the decisions of international tribunals. Cases, recitations and lectures: 2 hours a week - 2 units

LAW225 – Insurance (Pre-Law 119)

A study of Insurance Code and related laws, including the concept and function of insurance, the nature of the insurance contract, insurable interest, special forms of insurance and government regulation of the insurance business. Cases, recitations and lectures: 2 hours a week - 2 units

LAW204 – Seminar 4 (SBC Requirement)

A study of Insurance Code and related laws, including the concept and function of insurance, the nature of the insurance contract, insurable interest, special forms of insurance and government regulation of the insurance business. Cases, recitations and lectures: 2 hours a week - 2 units

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