Raising Issues on the Bar Exams, Ethics, and Impeachment

Cite as: 48 ATENEO L.J. 894 (2003)
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In this Speech, the speaker advocates that as lawyers, we end where we begin. Thus, by revisiting his past, he calls upon a review of the bar exams, that is, reducing the role of chance and eliminating the conditions that have given the tests inordinate importance. Moreover, the speaker campaigns that ethics must be stressed. On a final note, the Speech calls upon the students to be lawyers who cannot be bought and to believe in the Constitution and its presumption of innocence.

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