Beginning with Volume 47, the Journal adopted a more stringent admissions process where only editors would be admitted directly to its Board of Editors, thereby replacing staff members, while continuing to provide an opportunity for students to harness their legal writing and research skills beyond the demands of classroom routine. Under this new policy, the Journal ceased to be headed by an Editor-in-Chief; instead, an Executive Committee composed of three individuals was established to lead the Board of Editors. These three editors shall be ultimately responsible for the publication of the four issues of the Journal.
Miguel Luigi L. Calayag
Miguel Luigi L. Calayag graduated with honors with a degree of A.B. Political Science and a Minor in Chinese Studies from Ateneo de Manila University in 2013. In 2014, he joined the Board of Editors of the Journal and served as Associate Lead Editor for the third issue of the 59th Volume. In 2015, he wrote The Sovereign at its Shores: An Analysis on Australia’s ‘Stop the Boats’ Offshore Processing and Pacific Island Detention Policy for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, 60 Ateneo L.J. 945 (2016). Currently, he is a member of the Executive Committee, head of the Subscriptions Committee, and co-head of the Layout Committee of the Board of Editors of Volume 61.
Klarika Angela C. Garcia
Klarika Angela C. Garcia graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University in 2013 with a degree in A.B. Political Science and a Minor in French Studies and European Studies. She joined the Board of Editors of the Journal for its 59th volume and was an Associate Lead Editor for the second issue of said volume. She is currently a member of the Executive Committee and the head of the Finance Committee.
Jewelle Ann Lou P. Santos
Jewelle Ann Lou P. Santos graduated magna cum laude with a degree in B.A. Political Science from the University of the Philippines Manila in 2013. She was also conferred with the 2013 College of Arts and Sciences Most Outstanding Student Award and the Best Seminar Paper Award in Political Science. She joined the Journal in 2014 for its 59th volume and was an Associate Lead Editor for its second issue. Currently, she serves as a member of the Journal’s Executive Committee, co-head of the Layout Committee, and head of the Information Systems Committee. She is also the Lead Editor of the second issue of the 61st Volume. Her published works include The Case of Risos-Vidal v. COMELEC and the Pardoning Power as the Most Benevolent Power of the Chief Executive, 60 Ateneo L.J. 363 (2015) and Occupational safety conditions of bus drivers in Metro Manila, the Philippines in the International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics (2016).