The Supreme Court (SC) of the Philippines released online the first bar bulletin containing syllabus or coverage for the Philippine Bar Examination for the year 2014.
The Philippine Bar Examination is one of the most difficult examination in the country, the examination is usually conducted during the four Sundays of the month of October.
During the 2013 Bar Examination, a total of 5,593 Law graduates took the annual Bar examination held at the University of Santo Tomas, the examination was chaired by Supreme Court Associate justice Arturo Brion.
The first-ever Bar examination was conducted way back the year 1901. The 2014 Bar Examination will be the 113th exam in the history of the most difficult examination in the country.
According to the announcement made by the Supreme Court, the listing of the covered topics is not intended and should not be used by law schools as a course outline. It is only drawn for the limited purpose of ensuring that Bar candidates are guided.
The Supreme Court will also release the requirements for new applicants, guides and rules of conduct, list of bar candidates, official 2014 sample bar questions and traffic advisory in the next succeeding bulletins.
The Bar exam for 2014 covers subjects or topics such as Political Law, Labor Law, Civil Law, Taxation, Mercantile law, Criminal Law and Legal and Judicial Ethics.
Here’s the Complete Syllabus for 2014 Bar Examinations:
- Political Law
- Labor Law
- Civil Law
- Mercantile Law
- Criminal Law
- Remedial Law
- Legal and Judicial Ethics