2008 List of Philippine Bar Passers

8 04 2009

1 ABABA Victoria D

2 ABAD Bernard O

3 ABAD Francis Michael C

4 ABADEZA Melissa A

5 ABALOS Christian Noel C

6 ABALOS Joseph Ryan C

7 ABALOS Mcdonald G

8 ABANTE Priscilla Marie T

9 ABARCA Jerome G

10 ABAYA Mark Francis P

11 ABAYON Jerome B

12 ABDULLAH Noor Hafizullah M

13 ABEJARON Arnold C

14 ABELITA Peter Filip S

15 ABELLA Marie Velle P

16 ABENOJAR Lilian C

17 ABESAMIS Ellen V

18 ABO Rolando T

19 ABREA Elton Dick J

20 ABRENICA Angelee Marree A

21 ABUCEJO Joan D

22 ABYADANG Harriet N

23 ACHAS John Albino C

24 ACOSTA Carl De Liz L

25 ADJU Annally T

26 ADMANA Gerlie A

27 ADRIANO Alexander DG

28 ADRIANO Karen J

29 ADVINCULA Ma. Carolina T

30 AFRICA Voltaire B

31 AGAAB Jose Raphael E

32 AGATEP, JR. Orlino D

33 AGGALAO Arnold O

34 AGRAVANTE Evelyn T

35 AGTARAP Florina C

36 AGTARAP Richard M

37 AGUAS Princess Luren D

38 AGUDO Elma Jewelle A

39 AGUILAR Aileen R

40 ALANO Joseph Rod Allan C

41 ALBO Aubrey F

42 ALCANTARA Abraham Joseph B

43 ALCARDE Princess May C

44 ALCOREZA Joden B

45 ALCUAZ Alfonso Ismael A

46 ALEGRE Jacqueline Ann C

47 ALEGRE Marife M

48 ALEJANDRO Henry D

49 ALEJANDRO Johnsen H

50 ALIBANIA, JR. Eliseo C

51 ALICER Arthur Anthony S

52 ALILAM James G

53 ALIPIO, II Abraham C

54 ALISUAG Ma. Lenina C

55 ALLAM Marion P

56 ALMA JOSE Sylvia R

57 ALMALBIS Jelou F

58 ALMARIO Gilbert S

59 ALMARIO Shari-christine S

60 ALMAZAR Michael Barney R

61 ALMERO Rowena Joyce R

62 ALMOETE Martee L

63 ALMOGUERA Hanil B

64 ALMONTE, JR. Bienvenido B

65 ALONZO Timmy Joy S

66 ALPAY Zinia P

67 ALUNDAY Reynold B

68 ALVINA Cynthia L

69 AMBOANG Louilyn N

70 AMEROMACUMBAL Mylene I

71 AMIGABLE, JR. Felizardo D

72 AMIS Kathryn D

73 AMISTAD Christian B

74 AMOD Merxel Mae O

75 AMOR Aileen L

76 AMOR Fernando R

77 AMORA, JR. Lilio J

78 AMPIG Francis Athanasius D

79 AMPONG, III Teodulfo S

80 ANDRES Gilbert T

81 ANDUMANG Archie R

82 ANG Arlon U

83 ANG Juvielet Jeanne A

84 ANGELES Albert Lee G

85 ANGELES Erwin C

86 ANGELES Erwin Rommel S

87 ANIAG Mark Anthony V

88 ANITO Mylene A

89 ANONAT Jerry C

90 ANTERO Richard S

91 ANTIG Pamela Angela U

92 ANTONIO Elizabeth B

93 ANTONIO Hannah Lorraine Y

94 ANTONIO Harold M

95 AOANAN Kleider Rex C

96 APAO, JR. Mariano L

97 APASAN Joseph Ryan C

98 APILADO Louella Xylee T

99 APOLINARIO Charmaine C

100 APUYOD Jesus F

101 AQUENDE Hardy B

102 AQUINO Magnolia P

103 AQUINO Mark M

104 AQUINO Paolo R

105 AQUINO Patrick T

106 ARANAS Melchor Jaemond A

107 ARAULA, II Felix B

108 ARBOLADURA Rhea A

109 ARBOLEDA Lisette M

110 ARCE Cecilia Maria Rosario M

111 ARCE Liwayway D

112 ARCENANOGRA Aiiza Fiel A

113 ARELLANAGUDA Jesusa Loreto A

114 ARGABIOSO Antonio S

115 ARGENIO Kareen May E

116 ARIAS Jolienne Lee D

117 ARIOLA Aimee Riza S

118 ARIOSA Gia L

119 ARITAO, JR. Benjamin E

120 ARNADO Richard M

121 ARQUILLO Ruby B

122 ARTUZ Pearly Sheila F

123 ARZADON Romino G

124 ASENCION Marissa R

125 ASUNCION, III Isaiah O

126 ATAS Richelle L

127 ATENSOR Joseph Brian A

128 ATIENZA Catalino C

129 ATIENZA Katrina Catherine P

130 ATIENZA Leynard B

131 ATIENZA Verdie J

132 ATOS Richelle Mae G

133 AURO Christian V

134 AUTENTICO Ana Michaela N

135 AVELLANO Christine F

136 AVISADO Ethel C

137 AYENG Adelaide Nancy Sybil G

138 AYO Danilo M

139 AYUNGO Theodorick K

140 AZARRAGA Juliet C

141 AÑOVER Paul Vincent W

142 BALAN Orlando A

143 BACARAMAN Nur Jaypha R

144 BACLAY, JR. Oliver P

145 BACLAYO Ruby T

146 BACOLOR Heidi F

147 BACON Edwin M

148 BACONG Jeanie Rose A

149 BAETIONG Joselito M

150 BAGGAYAN Ma. Jonalyn F

151 BAGSIT Liza Flor T

152 BAGUIO Fritz B

153 BAHIAN Rachelle I

154 BAHJIN, II Jainal Abidin Y

155 BAI Muhlis S

156 BAJENIO Webb I

157 BALANGCOD Christobal J

158 BALANGITAN Mark Jeff W

159 BALANON Maxlen C

160 BALBOA Conrada A

161 BALDOVINO Renoir O

162 BALLARAN Armi L

163 BALLINAN John Dale A

164 BALMEO Trinidad V

165 BALTAR Jonathan Z

166 BALTAZAR Jay Francis P

167 BALTAZAR Ma. Francesca Q

168 BANAGUI Leah B

169 BANALAGAY Harold Howell D

170 BANDONELL Marinel F

171 BANIQUED Marigel M

172 BANSON, JR. Ceferino W

173 BANTASAN Joel C

174 BANZON Melissa Suzette L

175 BAQUIRAN Monalyn Ann L

176 BARATA Erwin N

177 BARCENAS Ligaya Victoria U

178 BARILLEGUE Josefina M

179 BARIN Anna Gayle T

180 BARINPRIETO Aiza Marie M

181 BARRIOS, III Isidro B

182 BARTOLOME Harold Ian V

183 BARTOLOME Prescila D

184 BARTOLOME Vincent Vos R

185 BARTOLOME, JR. David S

186 BARTOLOME, JR. Gaudencio P

187 BASA Fernando C

188 BASANES Karla Kristine L

189 BASCO Diana Joyce N

190 BASILGO Gembeth G

191 BATAC Regina C

192 BATALLA Maria Phenny Joan G

193 BATE Nover M

194 BATHAN Maricris E

195 BATU Kasarinlan S

196 BAUTISTA Cliff John C

197 BAYOTAS Michael Darwin M

198 BAYSAC Dianna Lynne S

199 BAÑAGA Myra Janina P

200 BAÑEZ Emerson S

201 BEJA Ma. Jela Teresa S

202 BELARMINRUMA Brenda R

203 BELEN Vernon A

204 BELENA Persephone Meir B

205 BELLEZA John M

206 BELMES Mae Richelle B

207 BELMONTE Mary Elizabeth (marybee) M

208 BERABARAOIDAN Catherin B

209 BERIANA Charlene A

210 BERMEJO Ma. Teresa Ana V

211 BERMEJO Maricel F

212 BERNABE, II Regina V

213 BERNALES, JR. Marcial P

214 BERNARDINO Aida S

215 BERNARDINBAÑEZ Noralyn C

216 BERON Jay Cesar I

217 BESSAT Madeleine A

218 BIBAL Joanne Mae A

219 BIGOL Maria Victoria B

220 BILONGILOT Joana Q

221 BIRON Jose Noe James S

222 BONDAD, JR. Rodolfo A

223 BONGAR Kharen Lee P

224 BONGHANOY Liewellyn F

225 BORJA Haidee O

226 BORJA Jacqueline Q

227 BORRA Katrina P

228 BRACIA M. Melvin B

229 BRAGADO Joel Emilio F

230 BRAGAT Maria Lourdes C

231 BREGALA Dennis B

232 BRILLANTES Fel Lester G

233 BRINGAS Catherine S

234 BRION Francis C

235 BRIONES Estrellita B

236 BROCALES Christopher Redeemson R

237 BROTONEL Jo Katrina V

238 BRUAN, JR. Cesario B

239 BUBAN Josephine M

240 BUENA Delbert Clifford V

241 BUENDIA Cristina B

242 BUENO Cheryl F

243 BUGAY Vicente Fidel C

244 BUGAOAN Eric Vincent H

245 BUGHAO Melvin Cydrick M

246 BUHAIN Camille R

247 BUNDOC Jacqueline C

248 BUNGABONG Kurt Adolph C

249 BURDACASTRO Arlie R

250 BURDEOS Sherry Joy O

251 BURGOS Ma. Lourdes S

252 BUSI Barrytone A

253 CABADING Marilex L

254 CABALI Pearl Grace G

255 CABALLERO Maynard G

256 CABANGON Ley A

257 CABANILLA Cris Francis O

258 CABANSAG Glynis Lyn R

259 CABIC Ellen Aster B

260 CABOTEJA, JR. Romeo O

261 CABRERA Cherrie Mae S

262 CABRERA Maria Christine C

263 CABRIDO Candice Elizabeth A

264 CACATIABARANGAN Freniza Joy D

265 CACAYURAN Sheryll P

266 CACCAFIGUEROA Rowena B

267 CACHAPERO Marty P

268 CACHO Arlene Valerie G

269 CADIOGAN, JR. Randolph C

270 CAINTO Angela Faith L

271 CAINTO Leo V

272 CAJIGAL Wilbur R

273 CAJILIG Geraldine A

274 CALAGUI Eric-john S

275 CALALMACAPAGAL Vivian B

276 CALAMBA Winsor B

277 CALATRAVA Ira R

278 CALDE Nimreh L

279 CALDE Roland P

280 CALINISAN Rafael Vicente R

281 CALPO Ma. Lourdes Gaye T

282 CAMACHO Alva C

283 CAMANDERGURO Kristine M

284 CAMARA Mark Darwin A

285 CAMPANER Francisco M

286 CANDELARIA Desiree G

287 CANIBA May A

288 CANTALEJO John Dale A

289 CANTIL Jason A

290 CANTIMBUHAN Veron Joy J

291 CAPARAS Melanie C

292 CAPINPIN Michael Joseph C

293 CAPUSEN Dimsey J

294 CAPUYAN Julifaith C

295 CARDENAS Maria Josella Teresa M

296 CARILLO Mae Jill B

297 CARINGAL Carlos M

298 CARINGAL Glenda Leah A

299 CARITOS Rona Ann V

300 CARIÑO Arbin Omar P

301 CARIÑO Marlon M

302 CARLOS Roy E

303 CARMONA Sheila Minnelli V

304 CASTASUS Lee Guian Paulo O

305 CASTIL Rico C

306 CASTILLEJO Raymond Christle N

307 CASTILLO Eleazar E

308 CASTILLO Javerick G

309 CASTILLO Ma. Christina G

310 CASTILLO Paul Cornelius T

311 CASTILLO, JR. Emmanuel F

312 CASTRO Allan R

313 CASTRO Carmencita D

314 CASTRO Cyril Alfred S

315 CASTRO Elvira Joselle R

316 CASTRO Jose Romulo L

317 CASTRO Lorelei A

318 CASTRO Rohail R

319 CATALO Janice C

320 CATAPANG Dyan Kristi C

321 CATAPANROSALES Luzviminda C

322 CATIBAYAN Luis Manuel M

323 CATRE Mary Christine Charisse G

324 CATRE, JR. Noel Christian G

325 CAUILAN Joey L

326 CAUNAN Patricia Yvonne M

327 CAYANGA Edelisa May M

328 CAZEÑAS Mary Dezerie D

329 CAÑAL Renato E

330 CAÑAMO Peter B

331 CAÑEDO Jose Ritche O

332 CAÑEDO, JR. Florenz O

333 CAÑETE Ferdinand C

334 CAÑO Maria Janice B

335 CECILIO, JR. Uldarico P336 CEDEÑO Al Joseph V

337 CENIZA Yvonne C

338 CENTENO Joseph Darren C

339 CEREZO Jimbert A

340 CERVANTES Leonardo Roy A

341 CHAN Marvin A

342 CHAN Phil Ivan A

343 CHANECO Maria Cecilia V

344 CHANYUNGCO Caleen T

345 CHAAYAN Lalaine Y

346 CHAVEZ, JR. Raul B

347 CHAVEBERNARDO Anunsacion P

348 CHING Betha Fe A

349 CHIONG Kristine Vanessa T

350 CHOI Christina T

351 CHONG Juan Ruffo D

352 CHUA Joan A

353 CHUA Jon Anton Daryl Y

354 CHUA Marites L

355 CHUA Maximilian

356 CHUA CHENG Perfecto Adelfo C

357 CIRILO Kristine Ria N

358 CLARIN Armando T

359 CLARINO Madonna N

360 CLEMENCIO Djhoana Gene A

361 CLEMENTE Katrina O

362 CLOMA Melissa D

363 CO Janice L

364 COBSEN Martinelli R

365 COLES Christopher R

366 COLINIO, JR. Ricardo A

367 COLLANTES King George Leandro Antonio V

368 COMAFAY, JR. Errol B

369 COMAHIG Niño Rey P

370 CONDEZ Christina Faye M

371 CONDEZ Dustin Jay A

372 CONDOR Glenn D

373 CONSEBIT Norlyn P

374 CONSTANTINO Alvin Joseph G

375 CONSTANTINO Bernie Francis B

376 CONSTANTINO Cherry Mae M

377 CONSTANTINO Placido S

378 CONTRERAS Monaliza G

379 CORGOS Lenon Jay A

380 CORNEL Bernadette O

381 CORPUZ Christine C

382 CORPUZ Cynthia C

383 CORTES Santos Anthony O

384 COSTELO Arnold C

385 COTIAMCO Casiano Anthony G

386 CRESPO Alesandro G

387 CRISTOBAL Kristan Carlos M

388 CRUZ Agatha Paula A

389 CRUZ Anthony Ronar B

390 CRUZ Carmenez B

391 CRUZ Ferdinand O

392 CRUZ Karl Cornelio A

393 CRUZ, JR. Rene P

394 CRUMENDOZA Karen Kaye C

395 CU Migñon Chrix D

396 CUA Mary Kimberly G

397 CUBERO John Paul B

398 CUEVAS Brian James C

399 CUGAL Arnold V

400 CUIZON Cyril Bryan D

401 CULANCULAN Ma. Cherryl M

402 CUMITAG Gaius P

403 CURAZA Maria Aurora R

404 CUSTODIO Niersen C

405 CUÑADA Jp Anthony D

406 CUÑANO Paul Michael J

407 DAAYATA Jessamine M

408 DABU Maria Helen T

409 DACLAN Eller Roel I

410 DACQUEL Denny A

411 DAGARAGA Roschelle B

412 DALANAO Heidiliza G

413 DALANGIN, JR. Bart Q

414 DALLO Zorayda R

415 DANAO Catherine S

416 DANLALUIG Razel A

417 DANO Richard M

418 DATOON Teresita U

419 DAVID Kristine Kay S

420 DAVID Timothy J

421 DAYAG Wilhelmina Mojet S

422 DE CASTRO Thomas John Thaddeus F

423 DE GUZMAN Rico J

424 DE GUZMAN, III Ricardo C

425 DE JESUS Michael Ken R

426 DE JUAHERMOSO Maribeth L

427 DE LA CRUZ Kareen P

428 DE LARA Joel M

429 DE LEON Cyril F

430 DE LEON May Angeli G

431 DE LEON, JR. Hernan Ed Noel L

432 DE LOS SANTOS, JR. Ricardo C

433 DE LUNA Sherwin M

434 DE PERALTA Christian G

435 DE VERA Celina S

436 DE VEYRA Juan Carlos J

437 DEFANTE Divi Bless G

438 DEL SOCORRO Lloyd Ismael O

439 DELA CHICA Jose Jay E

440 DELA CRUZ Allen S

441 DELA CRUZ Donna Cher A

442 DELA CRUZ Eric B

443 DELA CRUZ John Gerald B

444 DELA CRUZ June Abigail S

445 DELA CRUZ Marie Francesca Luz O

446 DELA PAZ Carmela T

447 DELA PEÑA Aldin P

448 DELA RAMA Myra P

449 DELFIN Jeremy Diosana

450 DELGADO Julius Gregory B

451 DELOS REYES Grace Maria Theresa Bambi A

452 DELOS SANTOS Mar Angelo G

453 DEMETILLO Jasmin M

454 DERIGAY Rachel F

455 DIANO Melanie Rita B

456 DICIANO Rachel I

457 DIDAL Janice M

458 DIMACULANGAN Karen L

459 DIMAISIP Joyce Jazmin G

460 DIMANLIG Nicole Ava S

461 DINO Jan Paulo DL

462 DIONISIO Mary Jaynard P

463 DITAN Maria Cristina A

464 DIVINAGRACIA Angiebel A

465 DIVINO Markson E

466 DIÑO Dominic A

467 DOCDOCIL Edith A

468 DOMINGO Bernard Joseph E

469 DOMINGO Johnson V

470 DOMINGO Joyce Felisa B

471 DOMINGO Maria Paula B

472 DOMINGUEZ Ina Alexandra A

473 DOMINO Julie Ann B

474 DORIA Arnold V

475 DUEÑAS Niña Genoveva D

476 DUNGCA Joy F

477 DURAN Alain Zam C

478 DURAN Marie Christine A

479 DURANO Mylene M

480 DY Denise S

481 DY Mark Robert A

482 DYKIMCHING Eric T

483 EBREO Madonna L

484 EDUARTE, JR. Henedino Joseph P

485 ELANG Muiz-za M

486 ELE Maria Felicitas V

487 ELOT Beda Joy B

488 ENOPIA Frederick A

489 ENTILA Julius C

490 ERNPUENTENEGRA Ma. Gay A

491 ESCAUSO Ronald C

492 ESCOLANO Ida Marie V

493 ESGUERRA Roman S

494 ESPEJBIAG Angela Patrice A

495 ESPELA Melan M

496 ESPINELI Karen Jill M

497 ESPINO Alain Paul B

498 ESPINOSA Mark B

499 ESPIRITU Kristine Nicole M

500 ESPONILLA Neil P

501 ESQUEJO Hilda L

502 ESQUIVIAS Julius Thomas A

503 ESTOCAPIO Rene C

504 ESTOLAS May Angeli M

505 ESTRELLA Paula Sophia G

506 EUSTAQUIO Magnolia D

507 EVANGELISTA Rafael A

508 FABIAN Marie P

509 FABILLAN Alexanderwerk E

510 FAJARDO Jean S

511 FAMOR Orwin Lloyd M

512 FARIÑAS Cherry Dane A

513 FAURILLO Michelle A

514 FAVIS Maria Cristina D

515 FAVORITO Meliza F

516 FELICIANO Dennis P

517 FELIPE Jennifer D

518 FERNANDEZ Ennoh Chentis R

519 FERNANDEZ Maricel D

520 FERNANDEZ Mc Jill Bryant T

521 FERNANDEZ Suzie A

522 FERNANDEZ, IV Cristobal R

523 FERRER Maricris S

524 FERROLINO Concepcion Zeny E

525 FERROLINO Ted M

526 FLORES Aldwin Z

527 FLORES Ellen Grace R

528 FLORES Pedrito B

529 FLORES Sherwin D

530 FLORIA Joselea Y

531 FOZ Justice Anthony A

532 FRANCISCO Mariel L

533 FRANCISCO, JR. Philomel D

534 FRANCO Karin-lei N

535 FRISNEDI April Joy L

536 FUENTEBELLA Felix William B

537 FUENTES Ruth C

538 FULLOGAN Kathy Luisa G

539 FURIGAY Mark Leo P

540 GABIHAN Dennis R

541 GABOR Allan Jae V

542 GABRIEL Daisy Ann S

543 GABRIEL Sherry Anne C

544 GACUTAN Sheila C

545 GAELA Frederick C

546 GALANG Emmanuel L

547 GALANTO Mary Anne B

548 GALAPON Martin C

549 GALVAN Mark J

550 GALVEZ Hernando C

551 GALVEZ Mechelee Kieth F

552 GAMBOA Joan Lou P

553 GANA Joanna Kristine S

554 GAPATAN Jasmine Ann B

555 GARCIA Grace P

556 GARCIA Jesse James A

557 GARCIA Kerwyn D

558 GARCIA Marc Jeremiah R

559 GARCIA Maria Khristina Z

560 GARCIA Marisa P

561 GARCIA Mark Evarra M

562 GARCIA Michael P

563 GARCIGABRIEL Aura Rizza A

564 GARRUCHO Gretchen Y

565 GATDULA Eddielyn L

566 GATURIAN Lalaine T

567 GAVAS, JR. Ernesto R

568 GAYA Jerico G

569 GAYAGAY Romelyn B

570 GEALON Rey M

571 GEBILAGUIN Shiela D

572 GELBOLINGO Juliemie B

573 GENUINO Erwin F

574 GEOCANIGA Rommel T

575 GERMAN Dainelee V

576 GIANAN, JR. Lino A

577 GIGA Marlou C

578 GIGANTONCADIZ Shemidah

579 GO Abigail V

580 GO Erdelyne C

581 GO Ormil D

582 GOLEZ Sylvester P

583 GOMEZ Ira Jordana Margrethe M

584 GOMEZ Jacqueline Ann Marie O

585 GOMEZ Mark Louie L

586 GOMEZ Michael Geronimo R

587 GOMEZ Patricia Isabel O

588 GOMINTONG Jemarose G

589 GONZALES Ivy C

590 GONZALES Lifrendo M

591 GONZALES, JR. Cesario G

592 GONZALEZ Archimedes B

593 GONZALEZ Rosario Carmela B

594 GORRES Angelina Luisa V

595 GRANDE Charlemagne Angelo C

596 GREGORIO Anah T

597 GREGORIO Jenneth M

598 GRIMALDO Ivy Joy R

599 GUAN Ina Claire B

600 GUARNES, JR. Felix G

601 GUAYCO Gideon Rey V

602 GUERRERO Alejandro Epifanio D

603 GUERRERO Feliz Marie M

604 GUERRERO Kathleen Phyllis P

605 GUEVARRA Melanie O

606 GUEVARRA Rexford D

607 GUMABON Joseph Ray P

608 GUMATAY, JR. Efren G

609 GUMBAO Ethyl Fe T

610 GUNGON Flora Fe B

611 GUYO Muamar A

 

612 HAMOY Owlette Christine Jill D

613 HARON Noharddin M

614 HASSAN Najira S

615 HASSIMAN Jalsidrie T

616 HERNANDEZ Elaine May P

617 HERNANDEZ Helen Grace S

618 HERNANDEZ Robert A

619 HERNANDEZ Rosette M

620 HERNANE Herbert B

621 HERRERA Catherine N

622 HIPOLITO Maria Bienvenida Angelica D

623 HORCASITAS Harold M

624 HUECAS Roy V

 

625 IDAGBELINO Irma Gay G

626 IGNACIO Maria Theresa Distajo

627 ILAGAN, IV Ruben R

628 ILUSTRISIMO Beverly F

629 INIHAO Reymund G

630 INOCENCIO, JR. Miguel C

631 ISIDORO Augusto Eric C

632 ISRAEL Johnny W

633 ISRAEL Marilyn M

634 JACOB Jihan A

635 JALA Majesty Eve L

636 JAM Madeline Arezu T

637 JAMBANGAN Bambeth Mahal C

638 JARA Thacher C

639 JARAMILLA Gilbert M

640 JAVIER Doris C

641 JAVIER Kirby G

642 JAVIER Nesly Joy S

643 JAVILLAGUILA Lilibeth M

644 JAYSON Renelyn B

645 JIMENEZ Vicente S

646 JONES Ramon Jose E

647 JOSOL Mary Kathleen C

648 JOVEN Melissa Genevieve B

649 JUAN Eric R

650 JUMUAD Harold A

651 JURADO Leonard Peejay V

652 JURILLA Keenan Rhys Y

653 JUSAY Kenneth J

654 KAKIHARA Jiro G

655 KALIM Abdul Rashid P

656 KAPALAC Judemar V

657 KIMAYONG Zozimo P

658 KINTANAR Maria Ysidra May Y

659 LABINE Annie Rose L

660 LABRADOR Felmanda C

661 LABRIAGA Ma. Jessette G

662 LACSON Rosstum C

663 LADERA, IV Antonio V

664 LADORES Ivan Mark S

665 LAGAN Rachel Lee V

666 LAGUDAS, JR. Eulogio L

667 LAGULA Kristina V

668 LAGUNZAD Sam Dominic T

669 LAJA Leah Easter P

670 LALUNA Ma. Isabel Z

671 LAMBO Ma. Celeste R

672 LAMPACAN Andres Arnold W

673 LAO Kristyn Jean R

674 LAOLAO, JR. Antonio L

675 LARA Maria Leah R

676 LARDIZABAL Judy A

677 LARGO Nelson V

678 LARGOZA Salvador Gregorio L

679 LARIBA Ma. Gloria Alphine S

680 LARIOSA Jessie A

681 LASACUMAGUN Mari-grace C

682 LAURESTE Florida L

683 LAURON Manuel Patrick K

684 LAYGO Jennifer E

685 LAZARITO Khristine Kay M

686 LEDESMA Cheryl Marie V

687 LEE Janice C

688 LEE Kelvin Lester K

689 LEE Marjorie B

690 LEGASPI Bellatrix O

691 LEGASPI Joan Michelle M

692 LEUNG Florendo L

693 LEYCANO Andrea B

694 LEYVA Eunika Lesli R

695 LIANGCO Daryl G

696 LICERA Geony P

697 LICERALDE Ma. Elizabeth L

698 LICO Marisse Gay G

699 LIGMAYO Paul D

700 LIM Bryan S

701 LIM Laarni Victoria B

702 LIM Lovely E

703 LIMBING Cheryl T

704 LINCUNA Duke Ramil P

705 LLANES Lawrence Q

706 LOCAYLOCAY Amife Joan C

707 LOCSIN Ryan A

708 LOFRANCO Vicar Loureen G

709 LOGRONIO Jennie Ann T

710 LOPEZ Dhonadette L

711 LOPEZ Michael Angelo O

712 LOPEORO Corazon Natividad D

713 LORENZO Edmond B

714 LORENZO Neil E

715 LUARDO, JR. Edgardo B

716 LUCERO Rhoan G

717 LUCILA, II Roberto Rafael N

718 LUIS Benjamin S

719 LUMACTOD Joseph Eric C

720 LUMASATORREGOSA Paz L

721 LUMEREZ, JR. Cresente B

722 LYNN Jacques S

723 MABANES April Rose S

724 MACABANDO Samina S

725 MACABAYA Beryl Concepcion O

726 MACAPAGAL Ferdinand L

727 MACAPAGAL Michael T

728 MACAPAGAL Paolo P

729 MACARUBBO Epifania B

730 MACATANGAY Augusto Leon A

731 MACATANGAY Michael Remir H

732 MACAYRA Marianne M

733 MACEREN Lyndon A

734 MACOY Cristine L

735 MACTAL Walter L

736 MADRILEJO Leonides M

737 MAGISTRADO Luis D

738 MAGNABE Kirk Andrew T

739 MAGSOLING Carl A740 MAGTIBAY Medwin B

741 MAGTUBO Rey E

742 MAHAWAN Benison M

743 MAHINAY Girlie C

744 MAHIPUS Diosdado Angelo Junior R

745 MALABAG Maria Rhodora A

746 MALABANAN Karen M

747 MALANDAC Clariza P

748 MALAPOTE Paul Edgar F

749 MALAYA Milagros Evans I

750 MALIBIRAN Bernard Joseph B

751 MALIGAYA Greg Zacarias M

752 MALLARI Katrina Bianca H

753 MAMBA Maria Rosario S

754 MANABILANG Haroun Bin Omar E

755 MANALASTAS Dennis Gerard F

756 MANALAYSAY Andrea Celene M

757 MANALAYSAY Anna Karin F

758 MANALIGOD Ismael T

759 MANALO Paul Erik D

760 MANANGHAYA Maria Melinda S

761 MANANZAN Monica J

762 MANAOG Mary Hazel C

763 MANAOIS Fely Reina V

764 MANCENIDO Uella Vida V

765 MANGENTE Myra S

766 MANGUBAT Rhea M

767 MANLANGIT Angelo D

768 MANONGAS Queen Ann D

769 MANSILUNGAN Donna D

770 MANTE, JR. Urbano T

771 MANUBAG Amiel Joaquin E

772 MARABE Ridgway C773 MARAON Leah B

774 MARAPAO Lord V R

775 MARASIGAN Jennifer M

776 MARASIGAN Nerissa L

777 MARGARICO Paul Andre R

778 MARGATE Karl Anthony R

779 MARIANITO Ronel A

780 MARIANO Emmanuel M

781 MARQUEZ Joyce Marie B

782 MARQUIÑO John Mark C

783 MARTELINO Jobert M

784 MARTHO Edgar S

785 MARTIN Karl Francis S

786 MARTIN Nilo N

787 MARTINEZ Amelia Cristina V

788 MARTIZANO Leah T

789 MARZAN Antonio F

790 MARZO Lailani C

791 MASACAL Anwar U

792 MATA, II Reynold DG

793 MATEO Eleanor R

794 MATIAS Dexter G

795 MATILLANO Lovely Concepcion C

796 MAURICIO Paul Vincent R

797 MAXIMO Dinah P

798 MAÑALAC Maria Elizabeth S

799 MEDIANARENASA Jenlyn B

800 MEDRANO Jayferson F

801 MEER Rafael Antonio P

802 MENDOZA Claudie M

803 MENDOZA Exzon B

804 MENDOZA Gerald Al P

805 MENDOZA Justin Christopher C

806 MENDOZA Melinda Cielo C

807 MENDOZA Sunshine D

808 MENDOZA Winston Aris M

809 MENESES Hermielita M

810 MENOR Benjie Benjamin A

811 MENOR Dianna Kathrina C

812 MERCADO Charade B

813 MERCADO Jihan Carla T

814 MESINA Maria Merle M

815 MICIANO Renee Lynn C

816 MIGUEL Genalyn N

817 MILITANTE Karen Leslie N

818 MILLAN Sharon B

819 MIRANDA Romina M

820 MISA John Paul Louis D

821 MISON Rafael Jaime A

822 MOISES Mary Grace D

823 MOLAS Karen Lisette T

824 MOLDEZ Mary Glenn T

825 MOLINA Christian Dawn G

826 MON Maricar F

827 MONJARDIN Marc Lee N

828 MONSALUD Kristin Ayn D

829 MONTEALEGRE Cheryll Grace H

830 MONTEALTO Stahrl Khristine G

831 MONTECER Marie Concepcion A

832 MONTESCLAROS Marius T

833 MONTINO Raul R

834 MONTON, JR. Higino A

835 MORADA Joyce Marie Antoinette L

836 MORALEDA Karla Monica S

837 MORALES April Raine B

838 MORALES Reggie E

839 MORALLOOMAR Maria Laarni N

840 MORANDO Jovit R

841 MORCILLA Rea L

842 MOSQUEDA Carmela V

843 MOTRIL Helen Grace A

844 NACARIO Jupiter V

845 NADELA, JR. Raul A

846 NAMALATA Joeffrey D

847 NARAG, JR. Mario Atanasio P

848 NARAWI Jullie Mael M

849 NASDOMAN Johnson P

850 NATINFALALIMPA Kristin Marie L

851 NATIVIDAD Christian D

852 NATIVIDAD Maria Cecilia G

853 NAVARRO Ma. Cristina T

854 NEBRIJA Michael V

855 NEMENZO Ann Marie L

856 NEPOMUCENO Alex B

857 NEPOMUCENO Ann Sophie M

858 NERI Mark Peter G

859 NERO Ma. Josenia A

860 NGAMIOTEN Many S

861 NGO Tom Jayson O

862 NICOLAS Kristian A

863 NICOLAS Menilba M

864 NILLO Aquino Martin V

865 NIONES John Paul D

866 NOCETE Randy F

867 NOCHE Kristen G

868 NODQUE Vida Grace Z

869 NOGOY Ivy Grace B

870 NOLASCO Charisma I

871 NOLASCO Leonid C

872 NOLASCO, JR. Ramon C

873 NUEVO Shirley O

874 NUÑEZ Victor Maria D

 

875 OBIAL Florence Ed T

876 OBTINALLA, JR. Simeon C

877 OBUS Jose Julius P

878 OCAMPO Francis Louie U

879 OCAMPO Nancy M

880 OCAMPO Rory Jorge L

881 OCANG Jeffrey James G

882 OCHE Jonathan S

883 OCHOSARMIENTO Faustina Victoria E

884 OLARTE Rosemarie T

885 OLIDAN Maria Karen S

886 OLIVAR Carlo U

887 OMADTO Jeffrey P

888 ONDOY, JR. Fermin D

889 ONG Cezar S

890 ONGKIKO Emil Bien F

891 ONGSIAPCO Carmela S

892 ONIA, JR. Modesto F

893 ONTALAN Frances Mae Cherryl K

894 ORDAS Nathalia V

895 ORENCIO Donna O

896 OROLA Christopher George L

897 OROPILLA Majellyn N

898 ORTEGA Luz Matilde Niña Dorotea T

899 ORTIZ Ianela Carla M

900 ORTIZ Ruel A

901 OSORIO Fair Lady T

902 OVALLES Franchesca T

903 OÑATE Ronald G

904 PABALAN Analyn T

905 PACIO Maricar P

906 PACOLI Marco Antonio G

907 PACURIBOT Jennifer C

908 PADAYAO Renchi May M909 PADERANGA, JR. Goering George A

910 PADILLA Jennifer G

911 PAGHACIAN Chiqui H

912 PAGKATIPUNAN Joel V

913 PAGLINAWAN Al F

914 PAGLINAWAN George Ahmed G

915 PAGTAKHAN June Ann R

916 PAGUICAN Adrian D

917 PAGULAYAN Amorsito B

918 PAGULAYAN Domiciano A

919 PAGUNTALAN Mark Geoffrey P

920 PAHUGOTOLEDO Anatrinel T

921 PALABRICA Gladys Pearl T

922 PALAGUARINO Dioanne B

923 PALILEO Anya M

924 PALISOC Marianne R

925 PALMA Richard Alfred N

926 PALMES Jacqueline H

927 PALOMO Alaine Arnolf A

928 PAMFILO Floralie M

929 PAMONAG Ronilo L

930 PANCHO Frela S

931 PANEPOTUTAN Janeth O

932 PANGANIBAN Jefren P

933 PANGAPALAN Glen A

934 PANGHULAN Garry A

935 PANGILINAN Erlyn Aurea T

936 PANIS Rhuel D

937 PAQUEO Alwen M

938 PARADERGUZMAN Katharine Freida B

939 PARAOAN Karl Patrick N

940 PARAÑAL Marveluna A

941 PARDIAN, JR. Joseph L

942 PAREJA Randy M

943 PAROJINOG Gemma F

944 PASCUA Charity L

945 PASCUA Ramar Niel V

946 PASCUA Raymond Joseph D

947 PASCUAL Rigor R

948 PASTELERO Miguel Antonio B

949 PASTORES Stella Angela G

950 PATAJO Jose Paolo A

951 PATRIARCA Richard P

952 PAYLIP Rosevee R

953 PEGARIDO Erlyn M

954 PELANDOC Rico S

955 PELAYO Virgie Lynn O

956 PERALTA Arjay N

957 PERANG Dennis C

958 PEREZ Gene Vincent G

959 PEREZ Joseph Brian T

960 PEREZ Ma. Kathryn Joy Q

961 PERILLO Patrick Simon S

962 PESCADOR Jeremy L

963 PESTAÑO Rose Mae F

964 PEÑALOSA Wilfred Ramon M

965 PHUA Marc Achilles M

966 PICHAY Jane Laarni O

967 PILLADO Noreen A

968 PINEDA Cristina Mia S

969 POBLETE Jonathan Sixto M

970 POBRE Christopher H

971 POLITICO Jeicqpoi N

972 PONFERRADA Regidor A

973 PONSARAN Joy Marie B

974 PONSARAN Raizuli A

975 PONTANAL Alpha Carole O

976 PONTEJOS Fiona G

977 PONTIOSO Rhea Mae A

978 PRADO Crystal I

979 PROSIANOS Myrtle B

980 PUNG Janelyn S

981 PUASO Garry Franco C

982 PUGOY Roland Jun S

983 PULMA Dionne E

984 PUNO Charles Michael T

985 PURUEL Rojane M

986 PUZON David Julian G

987 PUZON Kaythreene Eunice G

 

 

 

 

988 QUAN Ryan Jeremiah D

989 QUE Nanette A

990 QUERRER Janice S

991 QUEZON Don-vic P

992 QUIDATO Sherwin Paul E

993 QUILENTE Mary Grace C

994 QUIMPO Maria Kristine A

995 QUINAGAN Cristina Mae G

996 QUINTANA Rizza R

997 QUIRINABALOS Sylvia Maria Anna P

998 QUITAIN Elizabeth F

999 QUITAIN Katherine F

1000 QUIZO Mary Therese P

 

1001 RABAGO Rey S

1002 RABORAR Eden R

1003 RACHO Melanie V

1004 RADJAIE Tareeq Yahya Timhar A

1005 RAFAL Chris A

1006 RAGASA Jerleah Remedios B

1007 RAGAY Mera Jane C

1008 RAIMUNDO Rhudilyn April B

1009 RAMIREZ Leslie B

1010 RAMIREZ Shaina Anella B

1011 RAMOS Anna Lorem R

1012 RAMOS Gemma Lou P

1013 RAMOS Ginalyn Y

1014 RAMOS Patrick T

1015 RAMOS, III Primo A

1016 RANARA Lilibeth R

1017 RANCES Domnina T

1018 RANCES Esther Rose N

1019 RAPISTA Judy Marie E

1020 RAYMUNDO Vanessa C

1021 RAZON Judy B

1022 RECINTO Alex G

1023 RECIO Marichelle B

1024 RECTA Gracea Hephzibah R

1025 REFAZO Mynoa M

1026 REFE Analyn E

1027 REGIS April Love C

1028 REMIGIO, JR. Glenn A

1029 REMULLA Giselle B

1030 RENEGADO Renato C

1031 RENOMERON Timm B

1032 RESURRECCION Maria Greta R

1033 REUYADABON Joyous S

1034 REVILLA, JR. Quirino P

1035 REYES Antoinette E

1036 REYES Irene Patricia N

1037 REYES John Adelbert L

1038 REYES Johnson G

1039 REYES Kristine Mari I

1040 REYES Mark A

1041 REYES Ron Winston A

1042 REYES Valerie Jill S

1043 RIBAS James Paul J

1044 RICAFORT Evita Mariz M

1045 RICO Ellen S

1046 RIVAMONTE Ryan B

1047 RIVAS Polaris Grace H

1048 RIVERA Augustine A

1049 RIVERA Francinina Gracia I

1050 RIVERA Joy S

1051 RIVERESTRELLA Jaycee R

1052 ROBILLO Ernesto Raphael V

1053 ROBLES Frederick Joe N

1054 RODRIGO, III Romeo G

1055 RODRIGUEZ Karen Joyce D

1056 RODRIGUEZ Niño A

1057 RODRIGUEZ Renel Joseph T

1058 RONGO Marcelino C

1059 ROQUE Anna Kristina D

1060 ROQUE Nelson Silvestre

1061 ROSALES Juvy Grace E

1062 ROSARIO Albert R

1063 ROSARIO Lotis P

1064 ROSELLO Jalika Mae F

1065 ROVERO, JR. Vicente F

1066 ROXAS Chino Paolo Z

1067 ROXAS Johndy B

1068 ROXAS Rea M

1069 RUANTO Chris Paolo R

1070 RUBENECIA Vic Allan E

1071 RUBIO Carl Andrew M

1072 RUIZ Ariel N

1073 RUIZ Cholyn Mae M

1074 RUIZ Jose Meno C

 

 

 

1075 SABARRE Rino E

1076 SABARRINFANTE Rosario E

1077 SABERON Paul Richard A

1078 SABIO Fides Angeli G

1079 SADANG Felton C

1080 SADIA Francisco F

1081 SAGA Alvin L

1082 SAGAUINIT Kenneth C

1083 SAGMON Ingrid P

1084 SAGPAEY Jake A

1085 SAHIRON Lilian I

1086 SAIDDI Pherham S

1087 SAJILI Aquino J

1088 SAKANDAL Al-kadam A

1089 SAKKAM Eric Ismael P

1090 SALA Mashur S

1091 SALADAGA Romeo A

1092 SALAZAR Armida B

1093 SALAZAR Didith A

1094 SALAZAR Doris Sharry P

1095 SALAZAR Johnsen A

1096 SALAZAR Roberto A

1097 SALCEDO Karl Andre G

1098 SALE Jenny U

1099 SALEM Ephraim Garnet M

1100 SALIENTE Jacqueline Kate T

1101 SALONGA Christianne Grace F

1102 SALUD Joseph B

1103 SALVA Jocelyn T

1104 SALVE Allan O

1105 SALVO Ariel C

1106 SAMONTE Aren Marie H

1107 SAMPIOR Jorrey T

1108 SAMSON Benjamin R

1109 SAN JOSE Aiza Katrina L

1110 SANCHEZ Bheejhay D

1111 SANCHEZ, II Jay Karel P

1112 SANTIAGO Genesi M

1113 SANTIAGO James A

1114 SANTIAGO Jay Patrick R

1115 SANTIAGO Joann Norpeth M

1116 SANTIAGO Michael M

1117 SANTOS Jhon V

1118 SANTOS Ma. Angelica M

1119 SANTOS Melissa A

1120 SANTOS Michelle Sharon Clara C

1121 SANTOS Phillip Charles G

1122 SANTOS Regina Azucena G

1123 SAQUETON Maria Cresenciana M

1124 SAQUING Sheryl B

1125 SARENAS Jason Kyle M

1126 SARMIENTO Ramon Abraham A

1127 SARNO Michael Angelo C

1128 SATURNINO Charles Ian O

1129 SAYAO Rosemarie B

1130 SECILLANO Jefferson C

1131 SEE Mary Kimberlie C

1132 SEGURA Richelle R

1133 SELPATEN Rodante C

1134 SEMA Omar Yasser C

1135 SENO Andrei P

1136 SERRANO Edward Robinson P

1137 SERRANO Juanito D

1138 SESE John Martin H

1139 SETIAS Lorevi Grace C

1140 SEVA Farrah Mae R

1141 SEVILLA Miracle Joy P

1142 SIA Teresa Geraldine C

1143 SIA, III Quintin P

1144 SIAO Kristin Charisse C

1145 SIASON Alfonso Miguel ML

1146 SIH Davidson Rich L

1147 SILANGA Donnalee G

1148 SILVALA Michael Philip B

1149 SINOGBA Rosalio S

1150 SIRUNO Christian Paul G

1151 SISON Adrian Manuel P

1152 SISON Anna Marin F

1153 SISON Jeffrey Michael F

1154 SISON Sarah Maria Q

1155 SISOJAVIER Sheila Marie V

1156 SOBERANO Maria Jomah F

1157 SOJOR Alvie Marie L

1158 SOLANO John Albert S

1159 SOLERO Dhalya Grace M

1160 SOLIDON Trina Joy A

1161 SOLIS Carlo Roberto C

1162 SOLIVAS Jasmine L

1163 SOMBRITO Jenny Mae Z

1164 SOMERA Helen Grace J

1165 SORIANO Donna S

1166 SORIANO Marlon U

1167 STA. ANLAZARO Bernadeth N

1168 STA. ROSA Karla A

1169 SUBEJANO Z’sa May B

1170 SUBIBI Arneil B

1171 SUELO Risha Mae J

1172 SUGUE Neil Anthony L

1173 SUGUI Louella S

1174 SUGUITAN Sara Jane A

1175 SUMAGAYSAY Nasty Jones S

1176 SUMPO Gilda A

1177 SUSON Mary Ann W

1178 SY Anthony Jordan L

1179 SY Maritess C

1180 TABANERA Lynnicel L

1181 TABLATE Jaemarie N

1182 TADEO Ryan T

1183 TAGABINGALANO Lovelorn S

1184 TAMAYO Ray Jean D

1185 TAMON Bernard O

1186 TAMPON Aaron L

1187 TAN Art Laurent A

1188 TAN Ashley Lene N

1189 TAN Christine Joy K

1190 TAN Eunice Hyacinth L

1191 TAN Francis Ambrosio S

1192 TAN Norma A

1193 TANDOG Frances Cyrille F

1194 TANGONAN, III Eugenio N

1195 TANGUANCO Alvin B

1196 TAPAYAN Olive Grace A

1197 TAPIA Arvin Q

1198 TAYLAN Kathrine S

1199 TE Marilyn O

1200 TECSON Arlene Grace DV

1201 TECSON Ferdinand C

1202 TED Rosbie I

1203 TELAN Allison Zoila M

1204 TELAN Melissa Anne M

1205 TEMPROSA Charmie Clare T

1206 TEODORO Edison C

1207 TEODOSIO Therese T

1208 TIMBOL Chrysostom T

1209 TIMBREZA Nannette M

1210 TINAZA Leah B

1211 TIPAN Erlinda Candy S

1212 TIU Heli B

1213 TOLEDO Marjorie Ann C

1214 TOLENTINO Mark Kristopher G

1215 TOLENTINO Rommel T

1216 TOLOSA, JR. Benjamin S

1217 TOPACIO Anthony Leonard G

1218 TOQUERO Ismael A

1219 TORBELA Paolo G

1220 TORMES Francy D

1221 TORMIS Maria Carmen R

1222 TORREDES Artemio Jay G

1223 TORRENTIRA Aldrin O

1224 TORREVILLAS Manuenilda Rosario A

1225 TORRIL Jennifer M

1226 TRINIDAD Rudyard Anthony M

1227 TRIPOLI Christopher P

1228 TUAZON, III Jerome Victor C

1229 TUBBAN Henry Junior B

1230 TUMANENG Angeline M

1231 TUPAS Gene Carl L

1232 TUTOR, JR. Fidel S

1233 TY Robert Leo C

1234 UBOD Ronel A

1235 UDARBE Dendo G

1236 UGALINO Karen Anne M

1237 ULANDAY Marcelo N

1238 UMILA, II Benito B

1239 UNTALAN Mialeen C

1240 UY Jerilee V

1241 UY Juan Carlos T

1242 VALDEHUESALFANTE Cathlyn E

1243 VALDEHUEZA Christian L

1244 VALENZUELA Carol G

1245 VALERA, JR. Joseph D

1246 VALLEJO Jenny May G

1247 VARGAS Carlo Alessandro B

1248 VASQUEZ Gerald DL

1249 VEGA Marie Crystal May C

1250 VEHEMENTE Renato R

1251 VELASQUEZ Cielito May T

1252 VELASQUEZ Kaima Via B

1253 VELASQUEZ Shirley G

1254 VELOSO Marius Fitzgerald E

1255 VENERACION Ma. Theresa S

1256 VER Christian Francis C

1257 VERANO Samuel C

1258 VERGARA Manolo Geoffrey C

1259 VERGARA, III Melito A

1260 VILLABLANCA Reymond Q

1261 VILLAMOR Jordana Day V

1262 VILLAMOR Michael Angelo A

1263 VILLAMOR Vimari D

1264 VILLANIA Reynold B

1265 VILLANUEVA Karl Anthony B

1266 VILLANUEVA Monica Isabelle I

1267 VILLANUEVA Wilnerson B

1268 VILLARIÑA Glenn C

1269 VILLASFER Dennis R

1270 VILLEGAS Adelwiza S

1271 VILLEGAS Jonathan C

1272 VILLEGAS, II Enrique C

1273 VILLENA Charito R

1274 VILLENA Katherine C

1275 VILLEROZ Raymond C

1276 VIRAY, III Marcial Joseph M

1277 VISTO Jay M

1278 VITAL Menita J

 

1279 WADINGAN Lisle D

1280 WATANABE Ayako S

1281 WEE SIT IV Manuel M

1282 WONG Jessa G

1283 WONG Lynvic M

 

1285 YABUT Michael C

1286 YADAO, JR. Arturo Y

1287 YAMBAO Marissa C

1288 YANOGACIO Mariel A

1289 YANSON Juvy D

1290 YANTVIRAY Catherine A

1291 YEBAN Ryan John T

1292 YPULONG Rhyne A

1293 YU Frederick T

1294 YUMUL Bess Joy M

1295 YUTATCSZE Gloriosa P

1296 YUZOCHAVES Kristine Rosary E

 

1285 YABUT Michael C

1286 YADAO, JR. Arturo Y

1287 YAMBAO Marissa C

1288 YANOGACIO Mariel A

1289 YANSON Juvy D

1290 YANTVIRAY Catherine A

1291 YEBAN Ryan John T

1292 YPULONG Rhyne A

1293 YU Frederick T

1294 YUMUL Bess Joy M

1295 YUTATCSZE Gloriosa P

1296 YUZOCHAVES Kristine Rosary E

 

1297 ZALES Marvin L

1298 ZALSOUYCHIAT Maria Paz Teresa V

1299 ZAMBRANO Sheryl Jane C

1300 ZAMORA Ysabel Maria J

1301 ZAMORAS Joseph Ian S

1302 ZAPANTA Andrei J

1303 ZAPATA Ronadale M

1304 ZARRESURRECCION Jennefer F

1305 ZARAGOSA Jinky C

1306 ZARENO Michelle May I

1307 ZIPAGAN Myra T

1308 ZOLETA Tristan Ysaak M

1309 ZOSA Athena M

1310 ZOSA, III Manuel Eufracio F

 

 





Law

29 07 2008

Law, body of official rules and regulations, generally found in constitutions, legislation, judicial opinions, and the like, that is used to govern a society and to control the behaviour of its members. The nature and functions of law have varied throughout history. In modern societies, some authorized body such as a legislature or a court makes the law. It is backed by the coercive power of the state, which enforces the law by means of appropriate penalties or remedies.

Formal legal rules and actions are usually distinguished from other means of social control and guides for behaviour such as mores, morality, public opinion, and custom or tradition. Of course, a lawmaker may respond to public opinion or other pressures, and a formal law may prohibit what is morally unacceptable.

Law serves a variety of functions. Laws against crimes, for example, help to maintain a peaceful, orderly, relatively stable society. Courts contribute to social stability by resolving disputes in a civilized fashion. Property and contract laws facilitate business activities and private planning. Laws limiting the powers of government help to provide some degree of freedom that would not otherwise be possible. Law has also been used as a mechanism for social change; for instance, at various times laws have been passed to inhibit social discrimination and to improve the quality of individual life in matters of health, education, and welfare.

Some experts believe that the popular view of law overemphasizes its formal, coercive aspects. They point out that if a custom or norm is assured of judicial backing, it is, for practical purposes, law. On the other hand, a statute that is neither obeyed nor enforced is an empty law. Social attitudes towards the formal law are a significant part of the law in process. The role of law in China and Japan, for example, is somewhat different from its role in Western nations. Respect for the processes of law is low, at least outside matters of business and industry, and tradition looms much larger in everyday life. Resort to legal resolution of a dispute is truly a last resort, with conciliation being the mechanism that is preferred for social control.

Law is not completely a matter of human enactment; it also includes natural law. The best-known version of this view, that God’s law is supreme, has had considerable influence in many Western societies. The civil rights movement, for example, was at least partially inspired by the belief in natural law. Such a belief seems implicit in the view that law should serve to promote human dignity, as for instance by the enforcement of equal rights for all. Muslim societies also embrace a version of natural law, which is closely linked to the religion of Islam.

II

 

DEVELOPMENT OF LAW

Law develops as society evolves. Historically, the simplest societies were tribal. The members of the tribe were bonded together initially by kinship and worship of the same gods. Even in the absence of courts and legislature there was law—a blend of custom, morality, religion, and magic. The visible authority was the ruler, or chief; the ultimate authorities were believed to be the gods whose will was revealed in the forces of nature and in the revelations of the tribal head or the priests. Wrongs against the tribe, such as sacrilege or breach of tribal custom, were met with group sanctions including ridicule and hostility, and, the tribe members thought, with the wrath of the gods. The gods were appeased in ritualistic ceremonies ending perhaps in sacrifice or expulsion of the wrongdoer. Wrongs against individuals, such as murder, theft, adultery, or failure to repay a debt, were avenged by the family of the victim, often in actions against the family of the wrongdoer. Revenge of this kind was based on tribal custom, a major component of early law.

Tribal society gradually evolved into territorial confederations. Governmental structures emerged, and modern law began to take shape. The most significant historical example is Roman law, which influenced most of the legal systems of the world. In the 8th century bc the law of Rome was still largely a blend of custom and interpretation by magistrates of the will of the gods. The magistrates later lost their legitimacy because of gross discrimination against the lower (plebeian) class. The threat of revolution led to one of the most significant developments in the history of law: the Twelve Tables of Rome, which were engraved on bronze tablets in the 5th century bc. They were largely a declaration of existing customs concerning such matters as property, payment of debts, and appropriate compensation or other remedies for damage to people. The Twelve Tables serve as a historical basis for the widespread modern belief that fairness in law demands that it be in written form. These tables and their Roman successors, including the Justinian Code, led to civil law codes that provide the main source of law in much of modern Europe, South America, and elsewhere.

The common law systems of England, and later of the United States, developed in a different manner. Before the Norman Conquest (1066), England was a loose confederation of societies, the laws of which were largely tribal and local. The Anglo-Norman rulers created a system of centralized courts that operated under a single set of laws that superseded the rules laid down by earlier societies. This legal system, known as the common law of England, began with common customs, but over time it involved the courts in lawmaking that was responsive to changes in society.

Modern legislatures and administrative agencies produce a much greater quantity of formal law, but the judiciary remains very important because of the continued vitality of the common law approach even in matters of constitutional and statutory interpretations. Increasingly in civil law countries, the subtleties of judicial interpretation and the weight of judicial precedents are recognized as involving the courts in significant aspects of lawmaking.

III

 

SUBSTANTIVE AND PROCEDURAL LAW

In broad terms, substantive law defines the rights and duties of people; procedural law defines and deals with procedures for enforcing those rights and duties. Substantive law determines a wide variety of matters—for example, what is required to form a contract, what the difference is between larceny and robbery, when one is entitled to compensation for an injury, and so on. The rules of procedure and jurisdiction determine the court or administrative agency that may handle a claim or dispute; the form of the trial, hearing, or appeal; the time limits involved; and so on. Related rules also cover the kinds of evidence that may be presented. Such rules are more limiting in trial courts than in administrative agencies. The fine points of procedural law are considerable, but they are generally thought to be indispensable to whatever efficiency and fairness law may have.

IV

 

PUBLIC LAW

Public law concerns the relationships both within a government and between governments and individuals. Because the Roman codes were almost entirely limited to the private area, public law is usually not codified, that is, arranged systematically into a set code. In civil law countries, separate administrative courts adjudicate claims and disputes between the various branches of government and citizens, and many lawyers specialize in public law. In France, Germany, and Italy, still other courts handle constitutional issues.

Public law is not quite so clearly demarcated in the United Kingdom. Under the common law approach the same courts handle public and private litigation. Because the United Kingdom has no written constitution, basic principles pertaining to government powers and limits and to fundamental individual rights are found in acts of Parliament, judicial opinions, and tradition.

Laws concerning taxation and the regulation of business are in the public area, as is criminal law, which involves the exercise of governmental power by way of enforcement and punishment. Historically, criminal law in the United Kingdom included crimes defined by the courts. The public law nature of the area is further emphasized by other constitutional protections such as the right of the accused to remain silent and the right to effective counsel. In the United Kingdom the right to silence has been compromised. From 1995 the judge and prosecution are permitted to make adverse comments if an accused person remains silent under questioning but produces a defence at the trial. Criminal law not only promotes security and order but also reinforces moral norms. Debate has been continuous regarding the legitimacy of government intervention in areas where moral attitudes are in significant conflict, such as in matters of sexual practices, pornography, birth control, and euthanasia.

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PRIVATE LAW

Private law involves the various relationships that people have with one another and the rules that determine their legal rights and duties among themselves. The area is concerned with rules and principles pertaining to private ownership and use of property, contracts between individuals, family relationships, and redress by way of compensation for harm inflicted on one person by another. Historically, government involvement was usually minimal. Private law has also operated to provide general guidelines and security in private arrangements and interactions in ways that are complementary to morality and custom but that are not necessarily enforceable in a court of law, such as noncontractual promises and agreements within an association of private individuals.

The relative significance of purely private law has decreased in modern times. Public law dominates in government-controlled societies; democratic societies increasingly have a mix of public and private law. The private sphere includes individuals and a vast array of groups, associations, organizations, and special legal entities such as corporations. They compete with one another and with government for control of resources, wealth, power, and the communication of ideas and values. Special fields of law, such as labour law, facilitate and control this competition. Much of such law is in the commercial and corporate areas. The formerly purely private law of property and contracts, for example, is now overlaid with legislation, regulations, and judicial decisions reflecting the competition. The public law of taxation has significant impact on the whole private sphere. Courts have increasingly regarded resolution of seemingly private disputes as vehicles for response to changing social conditions and values—especially in the United States. Thus, manufacturers have experienced an expansion of liability for physical injuries caused by defects in their products. The mechanism of insurance allows manufacturers to spread such costs across the general consuming public.

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INTERNATIONAL LAW

The legal process that concerns relations among nations is called international law. Belief and experience in some form of international law dates from at least the days of the Roman Empire. Such law differs greatly from national legal systems. No court has the authority or power to give judgments backed by coercive sanctions. Even in its most modern developments, international law is almost wholly based on custom. The precedents on which it rests are the acts of independent governments in their relations with one another, including treaties and conventions. Behind many of its rules is only a moral sanction: the public opinion of the civilized world. When treaties or conventions are involved, however, machinery to enforce them exists—either an arbitration or conciliation procedure or the submission of the dispute to a regional or international court.

A discernible body of rules and principles is observed or at least acknowledged in international relations. These rules concern such matters as territorial titles and boundaries, use of the high seas, limits on war, telecommunication, diplomatic and consular exchange, and use of air space. The major sources of international law on these matters are multilateral treaties, international custom, and such general principles as are recognized by civilized nations.

The United Nations is one of the primary mechanisms that articulate and create international law. The General Assembly and other agencies of the UN bring a combination of diplomacy, negotiation, and propaganda to bear on world affairs in ways that produce effective international treaties and affect world opinion. Certain courts also have indirect impact, including the International Court of Justice. Domestic courts in various nations at times also engage in the articulation of international law.

International Law, Private; League of Nations; Administrative Law; Constitution.

Source: Microsoft ® Encarta ® Encyclopedia 2003. © 1993-2002 Microsoft Corporation.  





Legal Ethics

29 07 2008

GOOD MORAL CHARACTER –  what a person really is, as distinguished from good reputation, or from the opinion generally entertained of him, or the estimate in which he is held by the public in the place where he is known. (Bar Matter No. 1154)

 

IMMORAL CONDUCT – such conduct which is so willful, flagrant, or shameless as to show indifference to the opinion of good and respectable members of the community. (Zaguirre v. Castillo, 446 Phil. 867 (2003) )





Election Law

29 07 2008

ELECTION LAW

PRE-PROCLAMATION CASES – refer to any question pertaining to or affecting the proceedings of the board of canvassers which may be raised by any candidate or by any registered political party or coalition of political parties before the board or directly with the Commission, or any matter raised under Section 233, 234, 235 and 236 in relation to the preparation, transmission, receipts, cutody and appreciation of election returns. Defects and irregularities are apparent from a physical inspection of the election returns (Jainal v. Comm. On elections G. R. No. 174551, March 7, 2007)





Articles of Partnership

26 06 2008

Articles of Partnership , according to Wikepedia, is a voluntary contract between two or among more than two persons to place their capital, labor, and skills, and corporation in business with the understanding that there will be a sharing of the profits and losses between/among partners

Principal Components of Articles of Partnership

There are many parts that should be included in any articles of partnership. These are:

  • Names of included parties – includes all names of people participating in this contract
  • Commencement of partnership– includes when the partnership should begin. The date of the contract is assumed as this date, if none is given.
  • Duration of partnership – includes how long the partnership should last. It is automatically assumed that the death of one of the contracting parties breaks the contract, unless otherwise stated.
  • Business to be done – includes exactly what will be done in this partnership. This section should be very particular to avoid confusion and loopholes.
  • Name of firm – includes the name of the business entity.
  • Initial investments – includes how much each partner will invest immediately or by installments.
  • Division of profits and losses – includes what percentages of profits and losses each partner will receive. If it is not a limited partnership, then there is unlimited liability (each partner is responsible for all partners’ debts, including their own).
  • Ending of the business – includes what happens when the business winds down. Usually this includes three parts: 1) All assets are turned into cash and divided among the members in a certain proportion; 2) one partner may purchase the others’ shares at their value; 3) all property is divided among the members in their proper proportions.
  • Date of writing – includes simply the date that the contract was written.

[edit] Common Components of Articles of Partnership

There are also multiple sections which are often included as well in articles of partnership, based on the circumstance. These are:

  • Leadership – includes the granting of one partner the rights to manage and administer the business or a specific department.
  • Majority management – includes the authorization of a majority of partners to manage the affairs of the entire partnership. This is particularly common where there are numerous partners.
  • Annual account – includes provisions to account for, annually, the property and debts of the business.
  • Consistent interest – includes the forbidding of any partner to carry out business unrelated to the partnership. This is usually implied in articles of partnership.
  • Misconduct expulsion – includes the allowance of expelling partners who commit gross misconduct or becomes insolvent, bankrupt, etc. This is particularly common where there are numerous partners.
  • Resolution of dispute – includes the submission of arguments to arbitration




2007 Bar Examination Questions

7 05 2008

BAR EXAMINATIONS 2007

POLITICAL AND PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW

POLITICAL AND PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW Page 1 of 8

2 September 2007 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 Noon

INSTRUCTIONS

This questionnaire consists of ten (10) numbers

contained in eight (8) pages. Read each question

very carefully. Answer legibly, clearly, and

concisely. Start each number on a separate

page; an answer to a sub-question under the

same number may be written continuously on the

same page and immediately succeeding pages

until completed. Do not repeat the question. A

mere “Yes” or “No” answer without any

corresponding discussion will not be given any

credit.

HAND IN YOUR NOTEBOOK WITH THIS

QUESTIONNAIRE

GOOD LUCK!!!

ADOLFO S. AZCUNA

CHAIRPERSON

2007 BAR EXAMINATIONS COMMITTEE

PLEASE CHECK THE NUMBER OF PAGES IN THIS SET

WARNING: NOT FOR SALE OR UNAUTHORIZED USE

POLITICAL AND PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW Page 2 of 8

INSTRUCTION: YOU WILL BE GIVEN CREDIT FOR

YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF LEGAL DOCTRINE AND FOR

THE QUALITY OF YOUR LEGAL REASONING.

I.

(10 POINTS)

True or False. Briefly explain your answer.

(a) For purposes of communication and instruction, the

official languages of the Philippines, until otherwise

provided by law, are Filipino and English.

(b) The 1987 Constitution has increased the scope of

academic freedom recognized under the previous

Constitution.

II.

(10 POINTS)

The City Mayor issues an Executive Order declaring

that the city promotes responsible parenthood and upholds

natural family planning. He prohibits all hospitals operated by

the city from prescribing the use of artificial methods of

contraception, including condoms, pills, intrauterine devices

and surgical sterilization. As a result, poor women in his city

lost their access to affordable family planning programs.

Private clinics, however, continue to render family planning

counsel and devices to paying clients.

(a) Is the Executive Order in any way constitutionally

infirm? Explain.

(b) Is the Philippines in breach of any obligation under

international law? Explain.

POLITICAL AND PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW Page 3 of 8

(c) May the Commission on Human Rights order the Mayor

to stop the implementation of the Executive Order?

Explain.

III.

(10 POINTS)

Lawrence is a Filipino computer expert based in Manila

who invented a virus that destroys all the files stored in a

computer. Assume that in May 2005, this virus spread all

over the world and caused $50 million in damage to property

in the United States, and that in June 2005, he was

criminally charged before United States courts under their

anti-hacker law. Assume that in July 2005, the Philippines

adopted its own anti-hacker law, to strengthen existing

sanctions already provided against damage to property. The

United States has requested the Philippines to extradite him

to US courts under the RP-US Extradition Treaty.

(a) Is the Philippines under an obligation to extradite

Lawrence? State the applicable rule and its rationale.

(b) Assume that the extradition request was made after the

Philippines adopted its anti-hacker legislation. Will that

change your answer?

IV.

(10 POINTS)

In 1993, historians confirmed that during World War II,

“comfort women” were forced into serving the Japanese

military. These women were either abducted or lured by

false promises of jobs as cooks or waitresses, and

eventually forced against their will to have sex with

Japanese soldiers on a daily basis during the course of the

war, and often suffered from severe beatings and venereal

diseases. The Japanese government contends that the

POLITICAL AND PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW Page 4 of 8

“comfort stations” were run as “onsite military brothels” (or

prostitution houses) by private operators, and not by the

Japanese military. There were many Filipina “comfort

women.”

(a) Name at least one basic principle or norm of

international humanitarian law that was violated by the

Japanese military in the treatment of the “comfort

women.”

(b) The surviving Filipina “comfort women” demand that the

Japanese government apologize and pay them

compensation. However, under the 1951 San Francisco

Peace Agreement – the legal instrument that ended the

state of war between Japan and the Allied Forces – all

the injured states, including the Philippines, received

war reparations and, in return, waived all claims against

Japan arising from the war. Is that a valid defense?

(c) The surviving Filipina “comfort women” sue the

Japanese government for damages before Philippine

courts. Will that case prosper?

V.

(10 POINTS)

The Destilleria Felipe Segundo is famous for its 15-year

old rum, which it has produced and marketed successfully

for the past 70 years. Its latest commercial advertisement

uses the line: “Nakatikim ka na ba ng kinse anyos?” Very

soon, activist groups promoting women’s and children’s

rights were up in arms against the advertisement.

(a) All advertising companies in the Philippines have

formed an association, the Philippine Advertising

Council, and have agreed to abide by all the ethical

guidelines and decisions by the Council. In response to

the protests, the Council orders the pull-out of the

POLITICAL AND PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW Page 5 of 8

“kinse anyos” advertising campaign. Can Destilleria

Felipe Segundo claim that its constitutional rights are

thus infringed?

(b) One of the militant groups, the Amazing Amazonas, call

on all government-owned and controlled corporations

(GOCC) to boycott any newspaper, radio or TV station

that carries the “kinse anyos” advertisements. They call

on all government nominees in sequestered

corporations to block any advertising funds allocated for

any such newspaper, radio or TV station. Can the

GOCCs and sequestered corporations validly comply?

VI.

(10 POINTS)

True or False. Briefly explain your answer.

(a) An amendment to the Constitution shall be valid upon a

vote of three-fourths of all the Members of the

Congress.

(b) All public officers and employees shall take an oath to

uphold and defend the Constitution.

VII.

(10 POINTS)

Batas Pambansa 880, the Public Assembly Law of

1985, regulates the conduct of all protest rallies in the

Philippines.

(a) Salakay, Bayan! held a protest rally and planned to

march from Quezon City to Luneta in Manila. They

received a permit from the Mayor of Quezon City, but

not from the Mayor of Manila. They were able to march

POLITICAL AND PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW Page 6 of 8

in Quezon City and up to the boundary separating it

from the City of Manila. Three meters after crossing the

boundary, the Manila Police stopped them for posing a

danger to public safety. Was this a valid exercise of

police power?

(b) The security police of the Southern Luzon Expressway

spotted a caravan of 20 vehicles, with paper banners

taped on their sides and protesting graft and corruption

in government. They were driving at 50 kilometers per

hour in a 40-90 kilometers per hour zone. Some

banners had been blown off by the wind, and posed a

hazard to other motorists. They were stopped by the

security police. The protesters then proceeded to march

instead, sandwiched between the caravan vehicles.

They were also stopped by the security force. May the

security police validly stop the vehicles and the

marchers?

VIII.

(10 POINTS)

The Provincial Governor of Bataan requested the

Department of Budget and Management (DBM) to release its

Internal Revenue Allocation (IRA) of P100 million for the

current budget year. However, the General Appropriations

Act provided that the IRA may be released only if the

province meets certain conditions as determined by an

Oversight Council created by the President.

(a) Is this requirement valid?

(b) The Provincial Governor is a party-mate of the

President. May the Bataan Representative instead

file a petition to compel the DBM to release the

funds?

POLITICAL AND PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW Page 7 of 8

IX.

(10 POINTS)

The Department of Education (DepEd) requires that

any school applying for a tuition fee increase must, as a

condition for the increase, offer full tuition scholarships to

students from low-income families. The Sagrada Familia

Elementary School is a Catholic school and has applied for a

tuition fee increase. Under this regulation by the DepEd, it

will end up giving tuition scholarships to a total of 21

students next year. At a cost of P50,000 per student, the

school will lose a total of P1.05 million for next year.

(a) Is this DepEd requirement valid?

(b) If instead the DepEd requires a full tuition scholarship

for the highest ranking students in each grade,

determined solely on the basis of academic grades and

rank, will the DepEd requirement be valid?

X.

(10 POINTS)

The Supreme Court has provided a formula for

allocating seats for party-list representatives.

(a) The twenty percent allocation – the combined

number of all party-list congressmen shall not

exceed twenty percent of the total membership of

the House of Representatives, including those

elected under the party list;

(b) The two percent threshold – only those parties

garnering a minimum of two percent of the total

valid votes cast for the party-list system are

POLITICAL AND PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW Page 8 of 8

“qualified” to have a seat in the House of

Representatives;

(c) The three-seat limit – each qualified party,

regardless of the number of votes it actually

obtained, is entitled to a maximum of three seats;

that is, one “qualifying” and two additional seats;

and

(d) The first-party rule – additional seats which a

qualified party is entitled to shall be determined in

relation to the total number of votes garnered by

the party with the highest number of votes.

For each of these rules, state the constitutional or legal

basis, if any, and the purpose.

NOTHING FOLLOWS.

BAR EXAMINATIONS 2007

LABOR AND SOCIAL LEGISLATION

LABOR AND SOCIAL LEGISLATION Page 1 of 7

2 September 2007 2:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M.

INSTRUCTIONS

This questionnaire consists of twenty (20)

numbers contained in seven (7) pages. Read

each question very carefully. Answer legibly,

clearly, and concisely. Start each number on a

separate page; an answer to a sub-question under

the same number may be written continuously on

the same page and immediately succeeding

pages until completed. Do not repeat the

question. A mere “Yes” or “No” answer without

any corresponding discussion will not be given

any credit.

HAND IN YOUR NOTEBOOK WITH THIS

QUESTIONNAIRE

GOOD LUCK!!!

ADOLFO S. AZCUNA

CHAIRPERSON

2007 BAR EXAMINATIONS COMMITTEE

PLEASE CHECK THE NUMBER OF PAGES IN THIS SET

WARNING: NOT FOR SALE OR UNAUTHORIZED USE

LABOR AND SOCIAL LEGISLATION Page 2 of 7

I.

(5 POINTS)

1. a) What is the principle of codetermination?

b) What, if any, is the basis under the Constitution

for adopting it?

II.

(5 POINTS)

2. a) Discuss the statutory restrictions on the

employment of minors?

b) May a househelp be assigned to non-household

work?

III.

(5 POINTS)

3. a) Discuss the types of illegal recruitment under the

Labor Code.

b) In initiating actions against alleged illegal

recruiters, may the Secretary of Labor and

Employment issue search and arrest warrants?

IV.

(5 POINTS)

4. Explain:

a) The Globe Doctrine.

b) The Community of Interest Rule.

LABOR AND SOCIAL LEGISLATION Page 3 of 7

V.

(5 POINTS)

May non-lawyers appear before the NLRC or Labor

Arbiter? May they charge attorney’s fee for such

appearance provided it is charged against union funds and

in an amount freely agreed upon by the parties? Discuss

fully.

VI.

(5 POINTS)

Procedurally, how do you stay a decision, award or

order of the Labor Arbiter? Discuss fully.

VII.

(5 POINTS)

7. a) May the NLRC or the courts take jurisdictional

cognizance over compromise agreements/

settlements involving labor matters?

b) How sacrosanct are statements/data made at

conciliation proceedings in the Department of

Labor and Employment? What is the philosophy

behind your answer?

VIII.

(5 POINTS)

Discuss in full the jurisdiction over the civil and criminal

aspects of a case involving an unfair labor practice for which

LABOR AND SOCIAL LEGISLATION Page 4 of 7

a charge is pending with the Department of Labor and

Employment.

IX.

(5 POINTS)

Discuss the legal requirements of a valid strike.

X.

(5 POINTS)

Discuss briefly the instances when non-compliance by

the employer with a reinstatement order of an illegally

dismissed employee is allowed.

XI.

(5 POINTS)

11. a) As a rule, when is retirement due?

b) When is retirement due for underground miners?

XII.

(5 POINTS)

12. a) How do you execute a labor judgment which, on

appeal, had become final and executory? Discuss

fully.

b) Cite two instances when an order of execution

may be appealed.

LABOR AND SOCIAL LEGISLATION Page 5 of 7

XIII.

5 POINTS

May a decision of the Labor Arbiter which has become

final and executory be novated through a compromise

agreement of the parties?

XIV.

5 POINTS

AB, single and living-in with CD (a married man), is

pregnant with her fifth child. She applied for maternity leave

but her employer refused the application because she is not

married. Who is right? Decide.

XV.

(5 POINTS)

Some officers and rank-and-file members of the union

staged an illegal strike. Their employer wants all the strikers

dismissed. As the lawyer, what will you advise the

employer? Discuss fully.

XVI.

(5 POINTS)

A carpenter is employed by a private university in

Manila. Is the carpenter a regular or a casual employee?

Discuss fully.

LABOR AND SOCIAL LEGISLATION Page 6 of 7

XVII.

(5 POINTS)

P.D. 1508 requires the submission of disputes before

the Barangay Lupong Tagapamayapa prior to the filing of

cases with the courts or other government bodies. May this

decree be used to defeat a labor case filed directly with the

Labor Arbiter? Discuss fully.

XVIII.

(5 POINTS)

Inday was employed by mining company X to perform

laundry service at its staffhouse. While attending to her

assigned task, she slipped and hit her back on a stone.

Unable to continue with her work, she was permitted to go

on leave for medication, but thereafter she was not allowed

to return to work. She filed a complaint for illegal dismissal

but her employer X contended that Inday was not a regular

employee but a mere househelp. Decide.

XIX.

(5 POINTS)

Cite five grounds for disciplinary action by the Philippine

Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) against

overseas workers.

LABOR AND SOCIAL LEGISLATION Page 7 of 7

XX.

(5 POINTS)

AB, a non-resident American, seeks entry to the

country to work as Vice-President of a local

telecommunications company. You are with the Department

of Labor and Employment (DOLE). What permit, if any, can

the DOLE issue so that AB can assume as Vice-President in

the telecommunications company? Discuss fully.

NOTHING FOLLOWS.

 





The Lawyer’s Oath

4 03 2008

I, do solemnly swear that I will maintain allegiance to the Republic of the Philippines, I will support the Constitution and obey the laws as well as the legal orders of the duly constituted authorities therein; I will do no falsehood, nor consent to the doing of any in court; I will not wittingly or willingly promote or sue any groundless, false or unlawful suit, or give aid nor consent to the same; I will delay no man for money or malice, and will conduct myself as a lawyer according to the best of my knowledge and discretion, with all good fidelity as well to the courts as to my clients; and I impose upon myself these voluntary obligations without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion. So help me God.





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3 03 2008

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