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Meet the 2017 Bar examiners

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Newly minted lawyers may have taken the spotlight during their oathtaking ceremonies on Friday, June 1.

But there’s another group of people who deserve to be recognized as well: the 2017 Bar examiners.

Associate Justice Lucas Bersamin, together with Bar Confidant Cristina Layusa and Assistant Bar Confidant Amor Entila, handed over the token to the examiners at the Philippine International Convention Center.

For Political Law: Ret. Commissioner Mehol K. Sadain:

The passing percentage for Political Law was 21.11%.

For Labor Law: Ret. Justice Francisco P. Acosta:

The passing percentage for Labor Law was 22%.

For Civil Law: Dean Arturo M. De Castro:

The passing percentage for Civil Law was the highest of all, at 59.70%.

For Taxation Law: Prof. Leonor D. Boado:

The passing percentage for Taxation Law was 23.77%.

For Mercantile Law: Prof. Raul T. Vasquez:

The passing percentage for Mercantile Law was 21.38%.

For Criminal Law: Atty. Alexander A. Padilla:

The passing percentage for Criminal law was 17.67%.

For Remedial Law: Dean Willard B. Riano:

Remedial Law had a passing percentage of 47.98%, surpassed only by Civil Law and Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises.

For Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises: Associate Justice Mario V. Lopez:

The passing percentage of Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises was 52.07%.

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