Case Study Constitutional Law Review

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Bernas S.J., Fr. Joaquin (2011) The 1987 Philippine Constitution: A Comprehensive Reviewer, Manila: Rex Book Store, Inc. Bernas S.J., Fr. Joaquin (2003) The 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines: A Commentary, Manila: Rex Book Store, Inc. Nachura, Antonio (2006) Outline Reviewer in Political Law, Quezon City: VJ Graphil Arts, Inc. Classroom Policies Students are expected to have read the assigned materials for the class sessions and may be called upon to recite. Attendance is checked. University rules governing cuts and absences are observed. If you exceed the total allowable cuts, then you will be dropped from the course. Cell phones and other electronic devices must be kept in silent mode. It is imperative that students avoid using these devices during classroom sessions.

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DRAFT*Western Mindanao State University College of LawConstitutional Law Review Atty. Edilwasif T. Baddiri1First Semester, 2012-2013 Sunday, 9am-12nnRequired TextbookBernas S.J., Fr. Joaquin (2011) The 1987 Philippine Constitution: A Comprehensive Reviewer, Manila: Rex Book Store, Inc.Bernas S.J., Fr. Joaquin (2003) The 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines: A Commentary, Manila: Rex Book Store, Inc.Nachura, Antonio (2006) Outline Reviewer in Political Law, Quezon City: VJ Graphil Arts, Inc.Classroom PoliciesStudents are expected to have read the assigned materials for the class sessions and may be called upon to recite.Attendance is checked. University rules governing cuts and absences are observed. If you exceed the total allowable cuts, then you will be dropped from the course. Cell phones and other electronic devices must be kept in silent mode. It is imperative that students avoid using these devices during classroom sessions.If you fail to submit a requirement on time, you will receive deductions from your total mark. You will obtain a grade of 50 points in the event of failure to submit a paper requirement or to show up during a scheduled long or final exam. Plagiarism and cheating are grave offenses of intellectual dishonesty and are punishable by university rules. Consultation and discussion is available upon request of the student. Email: ebaddiri@gmail.comA. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 1PreambleArticle I: T

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