The International Court of Justice recently promulgated a judgment which calls into question both the relevance and function of international law. Unwittingly, it declared that Nazi Germany is entitled to impunity for acts of forced labor that it committed during World War II. In its February 3, 2012 decision in the case of Germany vs. […]
Motion For Reconsideration in IN THE MATTER OF THE CHARGES OF PLAGIARISM, ETC., AGAINST ASSOCIATE JUSTICE MARIANO C. DEL CASTILLO (A.M. NO. 10-7-17- SC)
attached please find a copy of the motion for reconsideration which we filed this afternoon in the Supreme Court involving the plagiarism case of Justice Mariano Del Castillo. The blotted portions refer to confidential mattes taken up during the ethics committee hearing. http://www.mediafire.com/?x4952qljaf4mz65
ATENEO, alma mater of Justice Del Castillo and his legal researcher, rebukes SC’s definition of plagiarism
Treatment of Plagiarism Cases in the Loyola Schools in Light of the Recent Supreme Court Decision date posted: 2010-11-05 08:33:12 4 November 2010 MEMO TO: The Loyola Schools Community FROM: John Paul C. Vergara Vice President for the Loyola Schools SUBJECT: Treatment of Plagiarism Cases in the Loyola Schools in Light of the Recent Supreme […]
It was my first year of full time teaching at UP Law when Dean Raul Pangalangan and I decided that we should teach a separate elective on International Humanitarian Law. This was a result of a series of training programs that the UP Law Center co-sponsored with the International Committee of the Red Cross on […]
BusinessWorld Online Edition: Grave portents for justice.
SC in a tight spot – INQUIRER.net, Philippine News for Filipinos. Dean Abad is correct: Why do we accept that Justices allow their young researchers write their decisions?
The Supreme Court last week promulgated a decision that Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno described in her dissent as one that would create “unimaginable problems for the academia” on how they would hence discipline students and researchers for plagiarism. Justice Sereno was particularly concerned with the majority’s decisions that plagiarism requires intent, which according to her, […]
A.M. No. 10-7-17-SC – IN THE MATTER OF THE CHARGES OF PLAGIARISM, ETC., AGAINST ASSOCIATE JUSTICE MARIANO C. DEL CASTILLO Promulgated: October 15, 2010 x – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – […]
At dawn of November 23, 1944, Japanese troops descended on the town of Mapanique, Candaba, Pampanga. To the shock of the local inhabitants, Japanese troops gathered all the men and boys and proceeded to castrate many of them. After which, the men were forced to put their severed sexual organs in their mouths before they […]