Philippine Bar Examination is one of the most well-known licensure examination in the country administered by the Supreme Court of the Philippines. This examination is for the aspiring individuals who wish to become qualified to practice law in a specified jurisdiction.
Almost of the prominent leaders in our government nowadays are also a BAR passers. It is usually a competent advantage to someone who wants to run and serve our country since they have already an idea and understanding towards the laws that cover our government. But still there some BAR passers put up their own firm and continue to serve in a private companies/institutions.
If you meet the qualifications, admission requirements and very much ready to accept the challenge of this profession, then this page would help you to decide which review institutions, will guide you and nurture the things you need to learn before the much awaited examination arrive and in order to achieve the triumph of BAR exam.
The following Review Centers are only some of the many found in the Philippines.
1. Jurists Bar Review Center
It is a full service bar review provider offering an array of bar review programs to suit the various needs of the bar reviewees. Jurists Pioneered the integrated bar review and coaching program in the Philippines and is the leader review research and innovation.
Address: Ground Floor Azucena Arcade, 255 Alabang-Zapote Road,
Pamplona, Las Piñas City, Metro Manila, 1740 Philippines
Phone: (02) 846 3937
Fax: (02) 871 5749
Mobile: Globe: 09175503591 Smart: 09985734518
2. Albano Bar Review Center
Well-respected in their fields of specialization as well as its review centers located in the key points all over the Philippines combine with the able staff of ARBC in order to provide nothing but the best and as a result has been well-received by reviewees both from the freshly-graduated reviewees who have been less fortunate in taking the bar examination at the first instance. Also ARBC have branches in Baguio City, Naga City, Tacloban City, Davao City and General Santos City.
Address: Room 512 Doña Feliza Syjuco Bldg., Remedios Street.,
Corner. Taft Avenue, Metro Manila
Telephone No.: (02) 526-6984
Mobile No.: 09291244637
3. Ateneo Law School
The Ateneo Law School offers a five- month comprehensive review course to prepare law students in taking the national bar examinations. The bar review is open to graduates of the Ateneo Law School and other law schools. The lectures are all renowned experts in their fields.
Address: Ateneo Professional Schools Building, No. 20 Rockwell
Drive, Rockwell Center 1200 Makati City, Philippines
Telephone No.: +63 (02) 899 7691, (020) 729 2000
ext. 2304, 2306 to 2308
4. San Sebastian College- Recoletos Bar Review
The College of Law takes pride in having one of the best bar review program in the nation. Its lecturers are concededly the most noted personalities in the bar review circuit assembled from the best law schools in the country. Dubbed as the “home of the nation’s top bar reviewers”, it has a program with the most sequentially arranged subjects discussed one at a time in a manner that would afford the reviewee a chance to master each topic before proceeding to another. Most of all. It is a place where reviewees from afar may call a “home away from home.”
Contact Address: San Sebastian College-Recoletos Manila,
Claro M. Recto Avenue, Metro Manila, Philippines
Telephone no.: (02) 734-8931 to 39 local 173
5. CPRS Bar Review Centers
Organizing bar review centers in the provinces to provide law graduates of the provinces to enroll in a formal bar review as if they are reviewing in Manila. This will also allow reviewers to hear and learn from well-known law professors and bar reviewers in Manila. Also have branches in Iloilo, Davao, Iligan and Zamboanga
Address: MBD Maandig Law Office 147 Highway Lapasan, Cagayan De Oro City, 9000
Mobile No.: 09209489297, 09177144599, 09209254599
6. Arellano University School of Law
An institution dedicated to educate and produce in a sublime manner individuals as adept counsels of law.
Address: Taft Avenue, Corner Menlo Street., Pasay City
Telephone No. : 404-3089 to 93 local 31
7. University of the Philippines Law Center
Dedicated to the teaching, research, training, information and legal extension to ensure a just society which shall always be responsive to the challenges of social change; and shall be relevant to the growing legal and other law related needs of the Filipino people.
Address: Bocobo Hall, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines 1101
Telephone No. 920-5514 local 224 or 223
8. Villasis Law Center
“Together We Can!” Also have branches in Quezon City and Makati City.
Address: Unit 2, 4th Floor España Place Building, Adelina Street Corner ,España Boulevard, Sampaloc, Manila
Telephone No. (+632) 241 4830, 261 8726, 637-3210 to 12
Mobile No.: 09493436092, 09228988626
Telefax: (632) 241 4830
9. ChanRobles Professional Review, Inc
“We set the pace, we set the example.” The ChanRobles Professional Review, Inc. seeks to be the pioneer in the Philippines in providing the first ever internet based bar review course though its website at htt://www.chanroblesbar.com
Address: Suites 2205-B, 22nd Floor and 1607-A, 16th Floor Philippine
Stock Exchange Centre, Tektite East Tower Exchange
Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City 1605, Metro Manila
Telephone No.: +632 584 7801 or 634 0741 to 45
Fax No.: +632 584 7801 or 634 0736
10. Legal Edge Bar Review
Legal Edge focuses on legal fundamentals and incorporates innovative methods –codal rehash, Bar exams trial and tutorials-to help students pass the Bar.
Address: 3rd Floor, Philippine Nurses Association, 1663 F.T
Benitez, Malate, Manila, Philippines
Mobile No.: 09429499176
Contributor : Rhea E.
Contributor : Rhea E.