Thursday, September 27, 2012

Study Tips for the Exams !

It's that time again. Say goodbye to fingernails, goodbye to your social life and goodbye to sleep. Exams are looming, but don't start stressing just yet. QS Top Universities has put together the top 10 study tips you'll need to get the results you want.

1. Give yourself enough time to study. Don't leave it until the last minute. Despite what people say, cramming all the information into your brain the night before isn't the best way to approach an exam. Set out a timetable for your study. Write down how many exams you have and the days on which you have to sit them. Then organise your study accordingly. You may want to give some exams more study time than others, so find a balance that you feel comfortable with.

The Legally Blunt says: Tooomoooo ! Sabi nga ng kwela kong prof sa LegPro kahit gano ka kagaling kung 3 hours ka lang nag-aral , talo ka pa rin sa 8 hours nag-aral ... Medyo mahirap nga langto sa Law School lalo pa at halos puro working students tayo pero sabi nga nila if there's a will , there's a way !

Reviwer for the Finals [1st Year, 1st Sem]

Just click on the Linked Title of the  Subject and there you go !
 You can now download the file ...

by Rufus Rodriguez

Prepared by Justin Sucgang

UP Law

Prepared by Atty. Renato Callanta Jr.
The ever generous lawyer/professor from PUP College of Law

Prepared by Louie, Carrie, Evelyn, Thel, Gem, Ronald

Prepared by Ma. Sabrina Hernandez
(The humblest person I've ever known)

UP Law

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Go to Law School They Said ... It will be fun they said !

Kung pwede ko lang iinom lahat ng problema tuwing nkaka-encounter ako ng mahihirap intindihing mga cases , malamang lasenggera na ko ngayon .

Minsan pkiramdam ko , ginagawa ko ng coloring book ang mga libro ko ...
Kunyari iha-highlight ko yung mga importanteng details only to find out puro kulay na pala ang buong pahina . tsk !

Monday, September 17, 2012

Case Digests for Statutory Construction

G.R. No. 113092 September 1, 1994
236 SCRA 197

Facts: The officers of a group of elderly men of a civic organization known as theSamahang Katandaan ng Nayon ng Tikay launched a fund drive for the purpose of renovating the chapel of Barrio Tikay, Malolos, Bulacan. Martin Centeno, the chairman of the group, approached Judge Adoracion G. Angeles, a resident of Tikay, and solicited from her a contribution of P1,500.00. It is admitted that the solicitation was made without a permit from the Department of Social Welfare and Development. As a consequence, an information was filed against Centeno, for violation of PD No. 1564 or the Solicitation Permit Law. Centeno filed a motion to quash the information on the ground that the facts alleged therein do not constitute an offense, claiming that PD No. 1564 only covers solicitations made for charitable or public welfare purposes, but not those made for a religious purpose such as the construction of a chapel.

Issue: Should the phrase "charitable purposes" be construed in its broadest sense so as to include a religious purpose?

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