Call for Papers for Volume 64

By Ateneo Law Journal on May 05, 2019

The Ateneo Law Journal, for its 64th 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

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 email addresses


Admission of New Members for Volume 63

By Ateneo Law Journal on September 24, 2018

On 28 August 2018, the Board of Editors of the Ateneo Law Journal admitted new editors for Volume 63, namely: Kathleen Traci P. del Rosario, Sergio Luis M. Mercado, Katrina Isabelle G. Pimentel, Frances Christine P. Sayson, and Korina D. Torres.

The five students were chosen after a rigorous admission process and are currently undergoing training, in order to inculcate in them the Journal's grand tradition of excellence. They are tasked with balancing the rigors of studying the law and carrying the torch


University of Makati Law School Week

By Ateneo Law Journal on October 21, 2017

Last 18 September 2017, the Journal was invited to speak on the theme "Promoting Justice Through the Rule of Law." The event was spearheaded by the pioneer batch of their newly constituted law school division and was attended by Former Vice President Jejomar Binay as the founding dean, and Atty. Rico Quicho as the current dean.


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The Ateneo Law Journal, for its 63d Volume,is now accepting Articles, Notes, Comments, and Essays from legal practitioners and scholars.

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