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The Philippine Law Journal was organized in 1914 by the first dean of the U.P. College of Law and at that time, it was the only English legal publication in the Orient. It is a student-run publication devoted to the promotion of legal research and the advancement of legal knowledge. It is edited by a student editorial board composed of select members of the sophomore, junior and senior classes of the U.P. College of Law.

Vol 84, No 4 (2010)

Table of Contents


Sisyphus' Lament, Part V.1: Laying Foundations and Reinforcing an Institution Through an Effective Internship Program PDF
Johann Carlos S. Barcena


Easing the Counter-Majoritarian Difficulty: The Judiciary in a Developing Democracy PDF
Johann Carlos S. Barcena
The Phenomenon of Vision and Blindness Constitutional Equality and the annulment of Worldview PDF
Maximo Paulino T. Sison III
Disaster, Displacement and Duty: The Application of International Human Rights Law to Philippine Relief and Recovery PDF
Jacqueline Joyce F. Espenilla
States, Societies, and Revolutions: Legal Historical Analysis of Philippine Institutions PDF
Johanna Aleria P. Lorenzo
Comment: Treaties, Chinese "Tied Loans", Government Procurement and Good Governance PDF
Herminio Harry L. Roque
Note: Convention vs. Coherence: An Alternative Perspective on Philippine Preisdential Succession PDF
Paolo O. Celeridad