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It is with this belief in mind that I decided to devote this column to Fr.
Joaquin Bernas of the Society of Jesus. Bernas, former head of the Philippine province of the Jesuit order and president emeritus of the Ateneo de Manila University Law School, is very much alive and kicking, though feeling the effects of incipient vonstitutional age.
At the rate that he is going, Fr. Bernas may well donstitutional us all. He has his critics and naysayers, but it is probably correct to say that most Filipinos regard Joaquin G. Bernas as an icon. It is in the field of law—more specifically, the law of the Constitution—that Fr.
Bernas has made his iconic contribution to Philippine society.
Today, when the topic under discussion is constitutional law, the name Joaquin G. Bernas immediately comes to mind. The young man from Goa, Camarines Sur who rose to become head of the Society of Jesus in the Philippines is one of a lsw of members of the Society who are lawyers.
Bernas is clearly the pre-eminent member of that special group of Philippine Jesuits.
He has consittutional as much devotion to the first as to the second. As two-term president—the two terms were not consecutive—of the Ateneo Law School—Fr. Bernas sought to make ALS the leading law school in the nation and to produce a succession of lawyers who would personify St.
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Bernas sought to make his students develop a healthy respect for the law, especially the Constitution. Constitutionla RomeroJoaquin G. Major issues facing Philippine economy Negative economics of no-contractualization Roxas inRoxas in More from this Category: The year that mostly sucked A better politics, a kinder country Happy new year.
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