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Philippine Law Journal. University of the Philippines College of Law.

Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: . September 2019 ; volume 92 (3) Quezon City : College of Law, University of the Philippines, c2019Description: volumes, various pages ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Law -- Philippines -- PeriodicalsLOC classification: K16 P45 | v. 92 (3)
Contents:
Re-examining the dimensions of external forcible interventions in internal conflicts / Gemmo Bautista Fernandez -- Karangalan: a theoretical foundation for the Filipino conception of human dignity / Justin D.J. Sugcang -- Breathing new life into the "cruel, degrading, or inhuman punishment" clause: entertaining prison overcrowding cases in the Philippines / Daniel Al Banias Delfin -- Navigating the regulatory framework for on-demand food delivery platforms / Andrea Alegre -- Dismantling a duopoly: the applicability of the essential facilities doctrine in the Philippines broadband telecommunications industry / Monique Ang -- A "civil gideon" for the indigent Filipino litigant: the necessity of a statutory anchor in effectuating the right to counsel of indigents in civil cases / Roilan Rigil Kent Almadro Alonzo.
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Newly Processed K16 P45 v. 92 (3) (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available P-000361d

Re-examining the dimensions of external forcible interventions in internal conflicts / Gemmo Bautista Fernandez -- Karangalan: a theoretical foundation for the Filipino conception of human dignity / Justin D.J. Sugcang -- Breathing new life into the "cruel, degrading, or inhuman punishment" clause: entertaining prison overcrowding cases in the Philippines / Daniel Al Banias Delfin -- Navigating the regulatory framework for on-demand food delivery platforms / Andrea Alegre -- Dismantling a duopoly: the applicability of the essential facilities doctrine in the Philippines broadband telecommunications industry / Monique Ang -- A "civil gideon" for the indigent Filipino litigant: the necessity of a statutory anchor in effectuating the right to counsel of indigents in civil cases / Roilan Rigil Kent Almadro Alonzo.

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