The College of Law is among the top law schools in the country and is a recipient of Award of Excellence in Legal Education from the Legal Education Board, the body tasked to supervise law schools in the country. It is also among the largest law schools in the country, with an average enrollment of close to six hundred students, male and female in almost equal proportion. It also welcomes foreign students and faculty under its various exchange programs. The College is the only one with Staff and Student Exchange Program with Stockholm University, Sweden; Diponegoro University in Semarang, Indonesia and the American Graduate School in Paris, France. It also has a Supreme Court- accredited Clinical Legal Education Program, and is an accredited MCLE provider.
Its facilities include spacious fully air-conditioned library with computer room and perk area, fully air-conditioned classrooms with multi-media instructional facilities, wi-fi connection, two moot courts, separate Clinical Legal Education Program (CLEP) and student organizations office, conference room, and faculty lounge. Its law library was named one of the Model Law Libraries by the Supreme Court, and is the first in the country to provide the bundled services of CDAsia Online and Lexis Nexis to its students.
Its aim is to develop competent and socially responsible lawyers and lifelong learners in an environment that fosters excellence in the academic core processes of teaching-learning, research, and community extension service within a Catholic education that embodies the principles of academic discipline of San Carlos Borromeo and the missionary charism of the Society of the Divine Word (SVD). Its mission is to provide timely, relevant, and transformative academic law programs responsive to the needs of the local, national, and global communities in a rapidly changing world.
Founded in 1937, it celebrates its 75th year as a College this School Year 2012- 2013.