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3 Dgte Law Schools Produce 98 Bar Passers


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Three law schools in Dumaguete have produced a total of 98 bar passers in the first decentralized bar exams in the country.

The Silliman University (SU) College of Law produced 39 new lawyers, including eight exemplary bar passers, ranking No. 1 in the 2020/21 Bar Examinations under the 11 to 50 Bar Candidates category.

At the same time, the College of Law obtained a 100% passing rate for first-time takers.

In an announcement made this morning by the Office of the Bar Chairperson headed by Supreme Court Associate Justice Marvic Mario Victor F. Leonen, SU ranked No. 1 in the category of 11 to 50 bar candidates with a total of eight exemplary passers.

It was also announced that SU obtained a 100% passing rate for first-time takers under the same category. SU had a total of 29 first-time takers.

A total of 39 SU College of Law graduates passed the bar exams out of 44 candidates.

For the 2020-2021 bar examinations, the Supreme Court departed from tradition by not announcing the top 10 passers. Instead, an examinee who obtained an 85% or higher weighted score was recognized for exemplary performance.

The SU administration headed by President Betty Cernol McCann congratulates its graduates who successfully hurdled the 2020/2021 Bar Examinations that were held last February 4 and 6, 2022.

Below is the partial list of successful Silliman bar examinees:

Dyann Isabel M. Aguilar, Amiel Andrew A. Arañez, Josiebeth B. Azuelo, Albert Jerome F. Babaylan, Diorson M. Baseleres, Bonna Lisa O. Borromeo, Dybie L. Bulgado, Jayson M. Capundag, Thea Anne Marie M. Ceniza, Elaine Gerald C. Cepeda,

James Shemron C. Corro, Mikko Jan E. dela Cruz, Kimberly Mil T. Flores (Exemplary passer), Hannah Jhania M. Gaitera, Tiffany Justine D. Gallardo, Josef James T. Gara (Exemplary passer), Herrero, Joseph Eliezer D. Herrero, Luigi Jess O. Jaro (Exemplary passer), Jose Louigi G. Laraño, Carlisle P. Lee (Exemplary passer)

Emmanuel C. Lopez (Exemplary passer), Ceres Margaret C. Mangibin, Alexis Dawn L. Masangkay (Exemplary passer), Rena Mae D. Melocoton, Donna Marie B. Omoso, Junmer Z. Ortiz (Exemplary passer), Marjorie D. Porcina, Dyannah Alexa Marie R. Ramacho, Monique A. Recto, Gerard Anthony T. Rosales,

Rhea Mae A. Sibala, Charmila R. Siplon, Jhon Paul Q. Teves, Jehanne O. Tupas (Exemplary passer), Adrian Ruz C. Vidal, Mark Joseph A. Yonting

On the other hand, the bar passers from Foundation University are:

Niñanne Nicole B. Balbuena, Marecor P. Gabuya, Aizza Marie F. Limosnero, Sosthenes Aronold Mier, Earl M. Tabasuares, Christine T. Toting, Jasper Tadeo I. Tuala, Christen Nina H. Bermejo, Ed Mark C. Baroy, Nash Denver S. Baya,

Edcarl R. Cagandahan, Melanie R. Lim, Ian Van B. Mamugay, Stephanie Y. Ng, Ranzel V. Ondangan, Jean Marion O. Parmes, Anthlyn Eve I. Pelesmino, Dawn M. Raagina, Leo F. Salvador, Daryl A. Sarong, Jason P. Sisona,

Emmy Lou T. Tolin, Varie A. Villanobos, Saleshiel Du, Gary Gallo, Tonirose Balasabas, Angel Paolo Villahermosa, Freshstille Dianne Picardal, John Nicolai Cedrome, Icee Kathleen B. Elum, Jan Mark Wong,

Michael Ildefonso, Florence Piedad, Marie Stelle Go, Alan Cabije, Jr., Victor Miramon, Melody Hotingoy, Robert Nick Poculan, Nelson Manuel Patrimonio, Jenifer Bendijo, Kara Martinez Dumasis, Aldrin Jan Ledres, Dexter Kim Patron, Marlon Padayhag and Vincent Malaay.

The Negros Oriental State University also released a partial list of their new lawyers, namely: Marigold G. Ablong, Jane C. Albina, James J. Aso, Ian S. Blanco, Gerard Lacs A. Concepcion, Grace A. Elnas, Richan C. Jumadla, Reynante G. Maata, Edward Maglucot, Karen Liz D. Obero, Charles Rivera, Jim Peterick G. Sison, Michelene Siton and Gratian Paul R. Tidor.

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