Word in Action Ministry Law College©

In Association with His Majesty's University
of the Royal Borneo Nations

Ecclesiastical Court of Justice & Law Offices©

Tel: 626-428-7669 (Judge NC Naidu)
Tel: 714-928-6914 (Mr. KC Shaw)
Tel: 011-65-9127-0489 (Mr. Lionel Ong - Singapore)

"Woe unto you, lawyers! for ye have taken away the key of knowledge: ye entered not in yourselves, and them that were entering in ye hindered" - Luke 11:52

causa ecclesiae publicus aquiparatur
et summa est ratio quae pro religione facit

The cause of the Church is equal to public cause;
and paramount is the reason which makes for religion

Law School Syllabus

  1. Each classroom lecture session will last 4 hours, with two breaks.
  2. The last hour will be used for Q and A session.
  3. Classes will run every day from Mondays to Fridays.
  4. There will be two lectures per day totaling 8 hours.
  5. Off-campus lectures available by webinar, DVD & Skype.

Aims and Objectives

  1. To train lawyers by relying on, and referring to, the wisdom of the ancient Scriptures of the Bible.

  2. To establish an ecclesiastical bar association nationwide in conformity with Luke 11:46 and Luke 11:52. See also the dissent in Romer v. Evans, 517 U.S. 620, 628 (1996)

  3. To establish an ecclesiastical Legislature, Executive, Judiciary, and a Police Force, (cf. Vatican) in conformity with the United States constitutional framework which, expressly and impliedly, regards the Church as a coequal separate sovereign with the acquiescence of the United States Constitution mandating that Congress shall make no law to prohibit the free exercise of religion.

  4. To unify, if possible, plausible, and probable, the followers of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, in order to enable the ecclesiastical government to function efficiently.

  5. To juxtapose the ecumenical and secular protocols in reference to the Free Exercise Clause of the Bill of Rights as one of the amendments to the federal Constitution; Public Law 97-280 [Senate Joint Resolution 165] (a October 4, 1982 federal law that declared the Holy Bible as the Word of God); 76 Corpus Juris Secundum §85 (ecclesiastical jurisdic-tions of church tribunals vis-à-vis civil courts); Article 1, §11, Constitution of the state of Washington (religious freedoms); Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (to protect the free exercise of religion); the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 (to protect individuals, houses of worship, and other religious institutions from discrimination in zoning and land-marking laws); the seminal principles, maxims, doctrines emanating from the common law, tradition, custom, and mores which spawned the law of this land; and the countless landmark decisions rendered by the United States Supreme Court germane to the Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause, which in totality underscores the bedrock principle that the Church is a coequal separate sovereign in the United States constitutional framework.

Teleconferencing of lectures is being explored for distant learning programs.

Textbooks need not be bought as law libraries have them in abundance. However, notes and materials will be issued to students by the Lecturer.

You will learn about "how" to study and the proper diet you need to be on to increase your concentration and retention power. The study of law can be fun with the right attitude and proper approach to its so-called complexities and oddities. Remember what an eminent British jurist once said, "the law may be an ass, but it need not be asinine". You will learn how to understand these anomalies in the law with the right stuff - common sense.

Avid reading habits are encouraged. Law students are advised to read widely. Other than law textbooks, law commentaries, treatises, articles, and reviews, law students are encouraged to read metaphysics, philosophy, poetry, economics and literature whenever you have the time. "Reading maketh the man", John Ruskin once said. Why read fiction when truth is stranger than fiction. Your reading habits will determine how you present a brief in writing, or yourself in court as an erudite man or woman. A man or woman of letters is always regarded with praiseworthy comments. Get into the habit. And increase your concentration power. Eat potassium rich foods.

At the end of 18 months you will sit for a major examination. When you pass this written examination, you will receive your Law degree and a special Bar License to practice in all secular courts.

The School will approach bar associations, to accredit you as a lawyer licensed to practice in federal courts through the pro hac vice rule or through MJP (multi-jurisdictional practice) procedures in conformity with the adoption of the The Role of Lawyers at the 8th United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Havana, Cuba, 27th August to 7th September, 1990. You must understand that we need to instruct other sovereigns that we are equals, and not inferior to them.

This law school program is designed to match theory with practical working knowledge of the law. You will spend each day reading and discussing one area of the law and the following day you will learn how to present your case based on what you studied the day before in open court. This is what is called "moot court". There will be a judge, a lawyer, a prosecutor (for criminal law) or two lawyers (civil cases) and a jury (for both civil and criminal cases). You will learn how to think on your feet and how to engage in total recall and match your wits with opposing counsel. You will learn how to enhance and improve your reasoning, understanding and memory. An avant-garde approach to acquiring professional skills and abilities.

The aim is to improve your skills as a lawyer eminently trained and qualified to handle complex legal issues. It is unlike the traditional law schools where it is all about overloading your mind with pedantic stuff, which you will hardly ever use in the practical aspects of handling a lawsuit in and out of court.

Inspired by a specific need to offer sound legal education from the fountainhead of all ethics and morals - the Holy Bible - WIAM Law College course structure is designed to avoid the strictures and impediments imposed in other law schools where a basic college degree is insisted upon by the Admissions departments. Combine that with a law degree lasting three years, and you would have wasted seven years - with no income – towards becoming a lawyer. There is no need for this excess.

WIAM Law College is not designed to create lawyers to endorse and defend special interests. We wish to follow principles to realize just results. In other words, we do not desire to believe that “justice is blind.” The legal profession should not become a surrogate for society. It has never been WIAM’s intention to train law students to become lawyers in the Wall Street law firm tradition where the legal profession becomes a crucial link between corporate capitalism and social elitism. This naturally spawns power, influence, and wealth that fester as a devastating and uncontrollable disease.

We want to train and qualify lawyers who believe in the Word of God, and are willing to apply legal reasoning to Biblical principles. We do not espouse division, strife, and discord. We want lawyers who are willing to employ the mandates of Matthew 5: 25 and Luke 12 :57 (mediation and arbitration), and extol the virtues of lawyers quite unlike the Lord’s admonition in Luke 11:46 and Luke 11:52 where lawyers do not take on the persona of Alexis Tocqueville’s “aristocrat”, Harlan F. Stone’s “hired man”, or Louis D. Barandeis’s “adjunct.”

If you can lay hands on Jerold S. Auerbach’s books Unequal Justice : Lawyers and Social Change in Modern America (Oxford University Press, New York, 1976); and Justice Without Law? – Resolving Disputes Without Lawyers, Oxford University Press, New York, 1983), you will be truly blessed. These two books are a must read for those aspiring to launch a career in law.

SCHOOL VENUE: Salt Lake City, Utah
All other locations either via webinars, DVDs or onsite lectures
Mr. Fred Willoughby

If you wish to specialize in a particular or specfic area of substantive law (eg. business, banking, medical, media IT, or any other discipline) based on your current educational, training and work-related experience, the Course would entail less than 18 months.
COURSE FEES: $30,000.00 (USD)
Financing Available by W.I.A.M.
Fees may be equally divided into 18 payments with an initial $ 500.00 (USD) non-refundable application deposit.

FIRST QUARTER ~ 120 hours (30 classes)
  1. Introduction to Law ~ 40 hours (10 classes)
    • I.D.E.A. (mnemonics)
    • Types
    • Definitions
    • Aims, Objectives, Purposes, Advantages
    • Origins
    • Concepts
    • Jurisprudence
    • Study Tips
  1. Understanding Law ~ 80 hours (20 classes)
    • Laws of the Bible
    • Common Law
    • Organs of State (Government)
    • Constitutional Law
    • Native American Law & History
    • Judge-made Law (15 Hours)
    • Doctrines / Maxims
    • Executive Orders
    • Administrative Rules (APA)
    • Statutory Law
    • Study tips
SECOND QUARTER 100 hours (25 classes)
  1. Substantive Law
    • Understanding the basics and the innards of contract law, torts, land law, trust law, banking law, criminal law, IPR, immigration, securities, labor, employment, etc.
  2. Adjective Law
    • Rules of Practice, Procedure, Judicial Canons, Ethics, Rules of Court
  3. Common Law
    • Stare Decisis, Tradition, Custom
  4. Treaties
    • International Law
  5. The U.S. Federal Constitution
    • Scope, Scale, Impact, Effect, Intent, Content, Extent
  6. The Law of Evidence
  7. Law and Justice
  8. Study Tips

THIRD QUARTER 100 hours (25 classes)
  1. Law Research
  2. Legal Writing
    • Complaints, Briefs, Appeals, Law and Argument
  3. Answering Complaints and Briefs
  4. Win the case with the pulp, not with the entire orchard

FOURTH QUARTER 100 hours (25 classes)
  1. Moot Court Trials
  2. Preparing for Court
  3. Preparing Arguments
  4. How to Research
    • The Law, Cases, Statutes, Treatises in a law library
  5. Thinking on your feet
  6. The PACASSI Doctrine
    • Secrets of the Holy Bible based on the wisdom of the ancients via custom, tradition, mores and oral history


And He said, "woe unto you also, ye lawyers! for ye lade men with burdens grievous to be borne, and ye yourselves touch not their burdens with one of your fingers" - Luke 11:46

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