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Constitutional Law in the Philippines

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Format : eBook
No of Pages : 352
Country :Philippines
Published Date :2015
Compatible with : Desktop iOS Android
 

Book Description

Constitutional Law in the Philippines provides an in-depth discussion to the otherwise complex study of the 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines. Authored by UP Law Professor Dante Gatmaytan, readers are provided with a historical context of the 1987 Constitution, as well as an overview of key concepts and cases at the core of Philippine constitutional law.

 

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Table of Contents


-Introduction    A Constitution’s Preamble
-Chapter 1       The Context
-Chapter 2       The Separation of Powers
-Chapter 3       Checks and Balances
-Chapter 4       Judicial Review
-Chapter 5       The Legislative Department
-Chapter 6       The Executive Department
-Chapter 7       The Judicial Department
-Appendix A     Rules of the Judicial and Bar ouncil
-Appendix B     Rule to Further Promote Public Awareness of and  Accessibility to the Proceedings of the Judicial and Bar Council
-Appendix C     The Internal Rules of the Supreme Court
-Appendix D     The 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines


About the Author(s)


Dante Buenbrazo Gatmaytan, Professor at the University of the Philippines’ College of Law, received his Bachelor’s Degree from the Ateneo de Manila University (B.S. Legal Management) in 1987 and earned his law degree from the University of the Philippines in 1991. He holds Masters Degrees from Vermont Law School (cum laude) and the University of California, Los Angeles. He teaches Constitutional Law, Local Government Law, and Legal Method, among other courses.