By Ateneo Law Journal on November 17, 2020
The 2020 edition of the Ateneo Law Journal's Legal Citation Guide is now available online for free.
In this fourth edition, several rules relating to primary and secondary authorities have been updated and simplified. This edition includes, among others, revised rules for United Nations sources and various international materials, as well as new rules for films and quasi-judicial decisions. Permanent links have also been introduced for internet sources to make them easily accessible for future research.
By on August 10, 2020
On 10 August 2020, the Board of Editors of the Ateneo Law Journal admitted new Editors for its 65th Volume, namely: Patricia Courtney S. Batac, Steffi Gayle C. Bullecer, Joseph Mari Z. Capeding, Jose Maria S. Katigbak II, Emmanuel Teodosio S. Maligalig, Michelle Anne G. Mendoza, and Kristine Isabelle S. Sespeñe.
By Ateneo Law Journal on May 11, 2020
The seven students were chosen after a rigorous admission process and are currently undergoing training to inculcate in them the Journal's more than half a century long
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