The UP Law Center
The University of the Philippines Law Complex was created by the Board of Regents on December 18, 1989 in response to the need for an integrated system of national and regional legal institution dedicated to teaching, research, training, information and other services.
The Law Center, in turn, is composed of five Institutes created in 1989, namely:
1. Institute of Government and Law Reform (IGLR)
The College of Law is governed by the Dean and its faculty acting as a collegial body. It has an Associate Dean who assists the Dean in the administration of the Law Center and its support staff. There is also an Executive Committee composed of the Dean, the Associate Dean, the Institute Directors, and a representative of the faculty, and a Law Consultative Assembly composed of the Dean, the Associate Dean, and the Institute Directors as ex-officio members, one representative of the full-time faculty, one representative of the part-time faculty, two representatives from the Research, Extension and Professional Staff of the Law Center, one representative of the Administrative Personnel, the president of the UP Law Alumni Association, and the president of the Law Student Government as regular members.