Category: Bar Exam

Political Law 2017 Bar Questions

? I. A priority thrust of the Administration is the changeĀ  of the form of government from unitary to federal. The change can be effected only through constitutional amendment or revision. a. What are the methods of amending the Constitution? Explain briefly each method. (3%) b. Cite at least three provisions of the Constitution that

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2016 Bar: List of Passers

Registering the highest passing rate in decades, the Supreme Court revealed thatĀ 3,747 out of 6,344 examinees passed the exams, or 59.06% of the examinees. They are as follows: 1. AALA, Victoria L. 2. ABAD, Imelda Theresa C. 3. ABADILLA, Lovely C. 4. ABANCE, Denise Jane S. 5. ABANGAD, Mohamad Mon-em I. 6. ABAO, Gennelyn M.

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2016 Bar Topnotchers

The 2016 Bar results were released today, and here are the new lawyers who garnered the ten highest places: 1st Karen Mae Calam University of San Carlos 89.05% 2nd Alanna Gayle Ashley Khio Silliman University 88.95% 3rd Fiona Cristy Lao University of San Carlos 88.80% Athalia Liong Andres Bonifacio College 4th Allana Mae Babayen-on University

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