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A Primer of Organizations in the De La Salle University – College of Law

August 31, 2015 01:23 pm | by Bianca Fenila E. Dador
Being a Lasallian lawyer entails a lot of experiences. These experiences will not only be attained within the sphere of academics in DLSU - College of law but also outside of it. Lasallian law students have to widen their horizons. In their pursuit of learning they ...
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Org Primer: Lasallian Commission on Bar Operations (LCBO) August 31, 2015 01:15 pm | by Joseph Edward Matias; with answers compiled by Bianca Fenila E. Dador
Org Primer: Paralegal Volunteers Organization (PVO) August 31, 2015 01:14 pm | by Carl Au; with answers compiled by Bianca Fenila E. Dador
Org Primer: Juan De La Salle August 31, 2015 01:13 pm | by John Caldan Briones; with answers compiled by Bianca Fenila E. Dador
Org Primer: Lasallian Advocate (LA) August 31, 2015 01:13 pm | by Bianca Fenila E. Dador
Org Primer: De La Salle University Law Moot and Debate Society (LAMDES) August 31, 2015 01:10 pm | by Karla Rose Gutierrez; with answers compiled by Bianca Fenila E. Dador
Literature

Take time off with Nick Joaquin

August 13, 2015 03:42 am | by Patricia Ann M. Cruz
Law students are almost always preoccupied with two things: reading and writing. A minimum number of thirty cases, three or four chapters in statute books, and the occasional run-down of codal provisions are assigned every single day. They are expected to produce an awesome number of legal papers ...
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A Law Student’s Midlife Crisis

November 30, 2012 03:43 am | by Weng Santos with Ria Hernandez
When you’re halfway done with the journey, sometimes you begin to wonder why you’ve even started it in the first place. The reasons why you exposed yourself to pressure and adversity start to get blurry. Going into law school is a big life decision; deciding to stay and persevere is even bigge...
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Lifestyle

A balancing act: law school and motherhood

August 13, 2015 06:49 am | by Karla Rose Gutierrez
I remember vividly that summer day of 2012, when I made a couple of hesitating knocks on the door of then Vice Dean of the College of Law, Atty. Chato Gallo and was on pins and needles as I gave her a handwritten letter to request for late enrolment and inform her of my intention to enter law school...
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Fun & Arts

DLSU BarOps Opens Cover Design Contest!

March 4, 2014 07:06 pm | by Wilfred B. Martinez & Rikki Dela Paz
DLSU BarOps opens cover design contest for Green Notes The Lasallian Commission on Bar Operations (LCBO) has opened a cover-making competition for the first batch of Lasallian law reviewers in preparation for the 2014 Bar examinations. The contest, tagged "BE PART OF HISTORY", encourages members...
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Opinion
A De La Salle University Law Review: Building our house on stone by Karla Rose Gutierrez
Ellipsis… and Ampersand by Janna Preciosa B. Aquino
Editorial: Being a Gear in Clockwork by Lasallian Advocate
WORDS ARE POWERFUL by Atty. Chato Olivas-Gallo
Rico’s The Bandwagon: A gift: optimism and history by Danilo R. Rico II
Tolentino’s Core Catcher: Above all else, study! by Armon Perez Tolentino
De Leon’s Guest Colum: I choose to be a Lasallian lawyer by Dino S. De Leon


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