The Faculty of law is currently having 106 permanent lecturers, consisting of 5 Professors, 40 Doctors, 59 Masters and 2 Bachelors. Lecturers at the Faculty of Law are obliged to conduct the ‘Tridharma Perguruan Tinggi’ which is consist of: carrying out teaching and learning activities, conducting research and serving the community, as well as being involved in the management of education. The lecturers continue to improve their quality by pursuing their higher education and conducting many seminars, workshops at the national, regional and international levels. This are their struggles to keep up with the development international community and also as an effort towards a world class university. In addition, all lecturers are required to write books (teaching, text, references), national and international journals.
The alumni of the Faculty of Law are widely speeded in various places and circles, for instance continuing their education, working in government and private institutions and becoming entrepreneurs. Our alumni have competitiveness and performance based on stakeholders’ satisfactory report.
The facilities and infrastructure of the faculty are supportive with practicum rooms, dedicated law library, examination rooms, e-learning facility, guidance and counseling facility, lp, etc.. The Faculty of Law is integrated with the Integrated Academic Information System (SIAT) and Library Information System (SIPERPUS) which is aimed at further service improvement.
Graduates of the Faculty of Law is equipped with the competencies which made them as legal professional. Referring to the needs of stakeholders, the new curriculum that has been introduced and is expected to boost the employability of the graduates. Academic quality improvement within the Faculty of Law is carried out on an ongoing basis in accordance with the guidelines for the administration of education. All activities in the fields of education, research, community service, and student affairs are carried out optimally with the goal of providing added value to improving the quality of both individuals and institutions.
The development and growth of the Law Faculty cannot be separated from the roles of the deans who have led the Faculty of Law from 1957 to the present, while the deans who have led the Law Faculty of UNPAD are as follows: