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SULAW holds assembly

The Silliman University Law Alumni Association held its 23rd General Assembly at the Luce Auditorium recently, with Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Alberto Abad as guest speaker, a press release from SU in Dumaguete City said.

The affair was also a Special Academic Convocation co-sponsored by the Silliman University College of Law and the Sen. Jovito Salonga Center for Law and Development.

Abad spoke on “Justice and Freedom, Lessons from Daniel” in line with the 110th SU Founder’s Day theme: “Citadel of Hope, Bastion of Freedom,” the press release said.

The convocation was attended by students from the AMA Computer College through Edric Torremocha, SU law students, and students from the College of Arts and Sciences History-Political Science Department. 

The College of Law thanked special donors, Cesar Jalosjos, SULAW Batch 1992, and the Guanzon family for their generous support to the college in the form of development facilities.

The Convocation was attended by SU vice president for Finance and Administration Dr. Cleonico Fontelo, SU Law Dean Mikhail Lee Maxino, Salonga Center Director Myrish Antonio and SULAW president Lester Nuique.

SULAW also elected its new officers for 2011-2012 led by Gloria Futalan, with vice president – Dinah Chu, secretary – Ramon Antonio Ruperto, treasurer – Glenda Yee, auditor – Ligaya Violeta and Board Members Cory Perez, Lea Villarubia, Ann Bulado, Rommel Mirasol, Ramon Nakao and Jason Bandal. Ex-oficio is Lester Nuique, the press release added.*

 

 

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