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Bar passers urged to join gov’t
by PNA release

Malacañang has  called on the country’s new lawyers to join the government and help in building a “progressive, peaceful” nation, as it congratulated this year’s roster of Bar passers.

“We hope that many of our country’s new lawyers consider pursuing a career in the government and help build a progressive and peaceful nation that will provide a comfortable life for all,” Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said in a statement.

“Their youth, idealism, academic competence, and personal integrity are welcome under the present administration, and should be in succeeding administrations as well,” he added.

As they prepare to take their oaths and sign in the roll of attorneys, Panelo urged the new lawyers “to inculcate in their minds that integrity is the highest in the hierarchy of virtues in the legal profession.”

“We wish the successful examinees all the best as they begin to pursue a path that is exciting as it is rewarding even if at times perilous,” he added.

The Supreme Court on May 3 released the Bar examinations results.

Of the 8,155 who finished all the eight subjects in the exam, only 1,800 successfully passed the test.

Ateneo de Manila University’s Sean James Borja topped this year’s bar exam.

 
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Domogan conferred hall of fame plum for CSWD progs

Over 3T hired on the spot in job fair

Few barangays complied w/ profile requirement – council

Employers told to enlist domestic workers

Bank deposits reach P12.7 T in 2018

Urban gardens can add to Baguio’s tourist attractions

349 hired on the spot in job fair

DOLE, OWWA release P1 M livelihood aid to CAR OFWs

DTI plans sessions to help local exporters become world-class

1.9 enrollees eyed in free TVET program

NYC assures wise mgmt of SK funds

Engineers asked to be transparent in dealings

CCTV footage of City Hall robbery suspect released

Lack of quorum cancels city council session for 2 weeks

CBAO to make inventory of city building available by Dec

Night earthquake drill to be done in Baguio as safety plan

Brigida Eskwela in city, May 20-25

Designation of action officer for special bodies proposed


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