TCRL launches Centeneary Lecture Series: The Proposed Federal Constitution Overview
In keeping with its role as a forum for informative, credible, and healthy discourses, the Teehankee Center for the Rule of Law (TCRL) held the first installment of the Chief Justice Claudio Teehankee (CJCT) Centenary Lecture Series in the Ateneo Law School on August 28, 2018. Gracing the event as the keynote speaker was Retired […]
features 8:03 PM Sep 2018
Batch 2020 Party: Celebrating the New Semester
Last Saturday, September 1, 2018, the Juniors of A.Y. 2018-2019 of the ALS celebrated their Batch Party at Lobo, Poblacion. First of its kind, the batch party for all incoming third year students were...
features 11:53 AM May 2018
THE MILLENNIAL LAWYER: Legal Ethics in the Time of Social Media
Our generation is a generation of a billion voices echoing all at once. In our fast-paced world, we tend to speak but not listen. Facebook posts become essay writing competitions, Tweets are judged by...
features 8:35 PM Nov 2017
Emerging Victorious: Learning from Zarah Rovero
Every student who enters the Ateneo Law School dreams of one thing: graduating with that J.D. attached to their name. Imagine all those four years of bloody recitations, all those sleepless nights you spend...
features 11:30 PM Oct 2017
The Second Home: New Coffee Places Around School
Coffee shops, they have a special place in the hearts of law students. To others, it is a place to enjoy a good book, converse with friends, or even slow life’s pace down. However,...
features 8:44 PM Sep 2017
13 Reasons Why You Should Watch 13 Reasons Why
13 Reasons Why is based on the 2007 best-selling book of the same name written by Jay Asher. The story follows Clay Jensen (Dylan Minette) as he receives Hannah Baker’s (Katherine Langford) suicide note...
features 2:50 PM Aug 2017
Why Celebrate Eid Al-Adha?
What is Eid al-Adha? Why do Muslims deserve a holiday on September 1? What is Eid al-Adha anyway? How different is it from Ramadan? Didn’t they already celebrate Ramadan a few months ago? These...
features 7:00 PM Aug 2017
There’s Money on His Mind
It’s chess not checkers. Mayweather, the wily boxing vet and master of point fighting, just won by TKO over McGregor. It was refreshing to see Money walk forward forearm to forearm with his opponent...
features 2:10 PM May 2017
What’s for Lunch? Go, Grow, Glow
CHILD malnutrition is a problem that we have to deal with whether we like it or not. This affects the health and welfare of the future of our society. Leaving this problem unaddressed may...
features 9:17 PM Sep 2016
CHR CUP III
Saturday, 5 November 2016, 10:00am – 2:00pm, CHR Compound Ever since the Martial Law years, the Philippines had experienced a great number of human rights intrusions. In fact, as recognized by our Supreme Court...
features 9:10 AM Aug 2016
Balance. Balance is a momentous word most law students throw around almost nonchalantly. Men and women of the law are big on highlighting the need for balance – work hard, play hard. But how...