The Ateneo Law Journal — A Tradition of Excellence
The Ateneo Law Journal strives to remain as one of the benchmarks in legal scholarship in the country by providing a comprehensive forum where thoughts, ideas, and opinions meet on legal matters, whether of interest to the Bench, the Bar, the law student, or the common Filipino. The Journal earnestly carries out its responsibility as a medium for initiating discourse in various fields of law, reflecting a continuous collaboration and interaction among students, faculty, practitioners, and
The Ateneo Law Journal, a fully student-run legal and academic journal, was founded in 1951. Initially, it was published bi-monthly, representing the collaborative efforts of law student editors and staff members, guided by faculty advisers. The Journal presented an opportunity for students to harness their legal writing and research skills beyond the demands of classroom routine. Discussions, analyses, and criticisms of various legal issues were the products of such fertile tradition. Thus, from scholarly articles and expositions penned by the country’s best, gifted, and most
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The Journal (ISSN 0115-6136) is published four times throughout the academic year, specifically on the months of June, September, December, and March. The subscription rate is P500.00 per issue.
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The Journal is now accepting articles, notes, comments, and essays for its 60th Volume.
The first issue will contain a review of significant decisions rendered by the Supreme Court and of new laws enacted by the Congress during the previous