It was during the second year of my law school studies (SY 2003-2004) that I started to create a new format for my case notes, since I observed that some cases in the previous year were reiterated in the higher subjects. Resort to previously made digests was inappropriate, since the issues focused were different. I created these notes, which I called “Haystacks,” to outline all legal details provided in the cases’ discussions, to serve as source documents when I would need to create case digests, appropriate to the issues relevant to the subjects in which the cases could be reiterated anew.
- Property (SY 2003-2004, Prof. Elmer Rabuya) (PDF, 1.4 MB)
- Administrative Law (SY 2003-2004, Prof. Byron San Pedro) (PDF, 313.2 KB)
- Sales (SY 2003-2004, Prof. Amado Paolo Dimayuga) (PDF, 1.8 MB)
- Taxation Law I (SY 2003-2004, Prof. Diogenes Villarubia) (PDF, 757.5 KB)
- Intellectual Property Law (SY 2004-2005, Prof. Arnaldo Espinas) (PDF, 458.7 KB)
- Transportation Law (SY 2004-2005, Prof. Porfirio Panganiban) (PDF, 3.3 MB)
- Telecommunications Law (SY 2004-2005, Prof. Alejandro Gozon) (PDF, 227.7 KB)
- Taxation Law II (SY 2003-2004, Prof. Rommel Quebengco [+]) (PDF, 330.2 KB)
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When I passed the bar in 2007, Atty. Jaime “Jimmy” N. Soriano took me under his wing, at the e-Law Center of the Arellano University School of Law. In 2008, in anticipation of the 2008 bar examination, Jimmy pursued a project, called “Project Phoenix,” which was aimed to assist a very special set of bar examinees for that year. He tasked me to gather doctrinal updates or reiteration, for Political Law and Civil Law, from cases decided in 2007. The contents of the documents below were the one submitted to Jimmy.
I take this opportunity to thank Jimmy, who has been an older brother to me. May he rest in peace.
[+] Atty. Jaime N. Soriano (3 January 1961 – 30 July 2012)
For those who may not be aware, he introduced Creative Commons in the Philippines (being its first Project Lead in the country); and was a primary proponent (being the copyright holder of optical-based legal resource “PhilJuris”) of the free online legal resource “LawPhil ,” the latter being maintained and further developed by the Arellano Law Foundation .