From CA to SC: UP alumnus and Philippine Court of Appeals Associate Justice Jhosep Ylarde Lopez took his oath as the Supreme Court’s 190th Associate Justice on January 26.
UP College of Law student Renee Louise Co takes her oath of office as the 38th Student Regent.
Retired Associate Justice Antonio Carpio, conferred a UP honorary Doctor of Laws, on the “the most powerful weapon” in the defense of PH sovereignty: “The great equalizer is the Rule of Law. Under the Rule of Law, right prevails over might.”
In a ceremony held at the Malcolm Hall, UP College of Law, on December 10, UP conferred a Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, degree upon UP alumnus and retired Justice of the Supreme Court Antonio T. Carpio.
The University of the Philippines will hold a ceremony to confer a Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, degree upon retired Justice of the Supreme Court Hon. Antonio T. Carpio on 10 December 2020, Thursday, at 4:00 p.m. The ceremony will be held at Malcolm Hall, College of Law, UP Diliman, with a limited number of seats for invited guests in compliance with IATF policies. It will be livestreamed on TVUP’s YouTube channel youtube.com/c/TVUPph, and will be followed by a special video presentation.
UP conferred the Doctor of Laws honoris causa on former Finance Secretary and former UP Alumni Association president, Amb. Edgardo B. Espiritu, in a virtual ceremony.
In a virtual ceremony on November 28, UP will confer its highest honor, the Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) to UP Law alumnus and former finance secretary, Amb. Edgardo B. Espiritu.
The UP College of Law launched an online portal, #UPLawHelps, offering legal assistance, legal advice and education, and if necessary, legal representation for issues with the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine.
UP College of Law’s Atty. JJ Disini breaks down what data privacy is and what our rights and responsibilities are as data subjects and data controllers under the DPA.
Experts from the University of the Philippines on Friday called on lawmakers to reexamine a bill against fake news filed by Senator Vicente Sotto III. Faculty members and researchers from the College of Mass Communication said Senate Bill No. 9 assumes ‘fake news’ is a problem which only thrives on social media platforms.