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Release of the 2020 Edition of the Ateneo Law Journal's Citation Guide

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. 

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Call for Papers for Volume 65

By Ateneo Law Journal on May 11, 2020

The Ateneo Law Journal, for its 65th Volume, is now accepting Articles, Notes, Comments, and Essays from legal practitioners and scholars.

Kindly send your work at least two months before the publication date indicated* in .docx format to ateneolj@gmail.com. All papers submitted will be subject to evaluation based on the standards of the Journal. For those interested, you may contact the Lead Editors of the Issues through their e-mail addresses posted.

Please be informed that by contributing to

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Admission of New Members for Volume 64

By Ateneo Law Journal on October 20, 2019

Top: (Left to Right) Ms. Merino and Ms. Bantolo; Bottom: (Left to Right) Mr. Leshen, Ms. Alarios, and Mr. ChanOn 27 August 2019, the Board of Editors of the Ateneo Law Journal admitted new editors for Volume 64, namely: Patricia Anne Alarios, Justin Mark C. Chan, Brian Earl A. Leshen, and Marian Gae V. Merino.

The four students were chosen after a rigorous admission process and are currently undergoing training, in

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The Ateneo Law Journal strives to remain as one of the benchmarks in legal scholarship in the country by providing a comprehensive forum where thoughts, ideas, and opinions meet on legal matters, whether of interest to the Bench, the Bar, the law student, or the common Filipino. The Journal earnestly carries out its responsibility as a medium for initiating discourse in various fields of law, reflecting a continuous collaboration and interaction among students, faculty, practitioners, and

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The Ateneo Law Journal, for its 65th Volume, is now accepting Articles, Notes, Comments, and Essays from legal practitioners and scholars.

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