For purposes of Level 2 (L2) certification application, the law student may do so if he/she is enrolled in the 2nd semester of third year law courses. If L2 certification is approved but law student fails his/her 2nd semester third year law courses, the L2 certification shall be deemed revoked. To be eligible for L2 Certification application, the student must have passed all first and second year law courses.
Sec. 3 Eligibility Requirements of Law Student Practitioners. –
No law student shall be permitted to engage in any of the activities under the Clinical Legal Education Program of a law school unless the law student has applied for and secured the following certifications:
Level 2 certification, for law students currently enrolled for the second semester of their third-year law courses: Provided however, where a student fails to complete all their third-year law courses, the Level 2 certification shall be deemed automatically revoked.
The certification issued shall be valid until the student has completed the required number of courses in the clinical legal education program to complete the law degree, unless sooner revoked for grounds stated herein.