My law school classmates have gone a long way already. Most of them have graduated and are preparing for the bar. Others have already passed and are practicing. The best news I got during our get-together last week was three of them have books to their names. Atty. Sheila Emata recently co-authored Human Resource Forms,… Read More Book for HR Practitioners
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Excitement and anxiety have been surely building up today at Padre Faura in Manila. Across the nation (Philippines), the 2008 bar examinees might already be busy checking on the Supreme Court website. While I was working with ACCRA, I was mesmerized when a 1997 (?) or 1998 (?) barrister, Macel Fernandez, was taken in by the… Read More 2008 Philippine Bar Exam Result
In my home country, the Philippines, adultery is a criminal offense penalized under the Revised Penal Code. Of course, so is concubinage. I just think that the penalty for the man is lesser than of the woman. Adultery (an act committed by the woman) shall be punished by prision correccional in its medium and maximum… Read More Adultery No Longer A Criminal Offense?
Different strokes for different folks, as they say. But on a serious topic as euthanasia, will the adage still ring true? Would it be tolerated, at least by some sectors of the society? On moral grounds, would you lean towards doing euthanasia? On legal grounds, would you favor legalizing it? This question came to mind… Read More On Euthanasia: Which Side Do You Lean On?