Faculty Highlights Archive

Prof. Batongbacal: "Submissiveness as a Foreign Policy Strategy?"

Prof. Florin Hilbay against a Marcos burial in the Libingan ng mga Bayani : "Hero’s burial for a hero-maker"

Professor Jay Batongbacal's paper "The Philippines: Into Stormy Seas Ahead" featured in the ASEANFOCUS Special Issue on the South China Sea Arbitration: Responses and Implications.

Professor Antonio La Viña: "Moral Crusades and Human Rights"

Dean Danilo L. Concepcion, AB’83 is among the UPAA PRESIDENTIAL AWARDEES.

Professor Antonio La Viña on Duterte's "State of Lawlessness" and "Legal issues on Marcos burial."

Professor Rommel J. Casis' "Law on Contracts" is now available from LexisNexis. 

Prof. Florin Hilbay: "Federalism for What?"

Professor Dante Gatmaytan's interview and blog on Poe v. COMELEC.

Professor Jay Batongbacal, "The Philippines v. China verdict: China’s crossroads.”

Professor Jay Batongbacal to speak on the South China Sea Arbitration Case at ISEAS-Yushof Ishak Institute, Singapore”

Dean Raul Pangalangan, "Jovy Salonga: Many paths to greatness"

Professor. Carlo Vistan interviewed on Poe v. COMELEC.

Professor Antonio La Viña, "Why I am advising Grace Poe"

Professor Dante Gatmaytan, "Philippine Supreme Court: Foundlings are Natural Born Citizens; May Run for President"

Professor Dante Gatmaytan's "Judicial Restraint and the Enforcement of Environmental Rights in the Philippines", originally published by the Oregon Review of International Law in 2010 is reproduced in ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTITUTIONALISM (James R. May & Erin Daly eds., 2016).

Professor Jay Batongbacal, "Philippines’ Legal Perspectives on the Arbitral Proceedings" in Fu-Kuo Liu and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), South China Sea Lawfare: Legal Perspectives and International Responses to the Philippines v. China Arbitration Case, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank / Taiwan Center for Security Studies, January 29, 2016.

Solicitor General Florin T. Hilbay interviewed by the Judicial and Bar Council.

Professor Harry L. Roque, Jr delivered the Manuel O. Chan and Luz O. Chan Professorial Chair in Law entitled “Philippine Criminal Jurisdiction under EDCA: Customary International Law or VFA?

Prof. Rommel J. Casis delivered the Edgardo J. Angara Professorial Chair Lecture entitled "Negligence in Jurisprudence."

Professor Dante Gatmaytan, "Citizenship Issues and the Presidential Elections in the Philippines"

Professor Jay L. Batongacal, "Philippines v. China: The Endgame as Prelude"

Dean Raul C. Pangalangan delivered the Enrique O. Chan Professorial Chair in Law Lecture entitled “Intermediate Zones of Privacy in Social Media.”