List of University of the Philippines College of Law alumni

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This is a list of alumni notable in their own right of the University of the Philippines College of Law (U.P. College of Law), having obtained their LL.B.[1] from the College. For a list of notable University of the Philippines graduates, see University of the Philippines people.

Government of the Philippines[edit]

Executive branch[edit]

Presidents[edit]

Vice Presidents[edit]

Cabinet officials[edit]

Solicitors-General[edit]

Diplomats[edit]

Other Executive Branch officials[edit]

Judicial branch[edit]

Chief Justices of the Supreme Court[edit]

Associate Justices of the Supreme Court[edit]

Carolina Grino-Aquino,
Class of 1950.

Legislative branch[edit]

Jovito Salonga,
Class of 1946.

Senate Presidents[edit]

Ferdinand E. Marcos (1963-1964)
Gil Puyat '28 (1967–1972) Pan Xenia, Upsilon Sigma Phi
Jovito Salonga '46 (1987-1992)[34] Sigma Rho
Marcelo Fernan '52 (1998–1999) Sigma Rho
Edgardo Angara '58 (1995)[35] Sigma Rho
Juan Ponce Enrile '53 (2008–2013)[36] Sigma Rho, UP Vanguard Fraternity
Franklin Drilon '69 (1999-2000, 2004-2006, 2013-2016)[37] Sigma Rho
Aquilino Pimentel III '89 (2016–present)

Senators[edit]

Juan Ponce Enrile,
Class of 1953.

Speakers of the House of Representatives[edit]

Representatives[edit]

Heads of Constitutional Offices[edit]

Notable local government executives[edit]

Academe[edit]

Social activism[edit]

Industry[edit]

Arts[edit]

Literature[edit]

News and entertainment industry[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Zorayda Ruth Andam, '04; Binibining Pilipinas-Universe 2001; television host; commercial endorser
  • Anna Theresa Licaros - Binibining Pilipinas-Universe 2007; commercial endorser - Portia Sorority
  • Danilo L. Concepcion '83 DZMM announcer; Law professor U.P college of Law - Upsilon Sigma Phi; incoming UP president[43]

Print journalism[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Beginning 2008, graduates of the College were conferred a Juris Doctor degree
  2. ^ Also served as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, 1936-1942; 1948 presidential candidate; Elected Senator, 1951-1957
  3. ^ Also elected Senator, 1959-1965; Senate President, 1962-1965
  4. ^ Also elected as Vice-President, 1945-1948; Senator, 1925-1931
  5. ^ Also served as Speaker of the House of Representatives, 1922-1933
  6. ^ Also elected Senator, 1970-1972
  7. ^ Also elected Senator, 1957-1972, 1992-1995; Senate President, 1966-1967
  8. ^ Also elected Representative from Maguindanao
  9. ^ Also elected as Representative of Pangasinan, Governor of Pangasinan. Vice-presidential candidate, 1998
  10. ^ Also elected as Representative of Tarlac, 1998-2007
  11. ^ Also served as Executive Secretary during Marcos administration
  12. ^ Also served as Commissioner, Commission on Elections
  13. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1973-1985
  14. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1945-1961; Judge of the International Court of Justice, 1967-1976
  15. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1966-1975
  16. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1991-1998; COMELEC Chairperson, 1988-1991; incumbent Ambassador to the United Nations
  17. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1986-1988; elected to Philippine Senate, 1995–1999 and served as Senate President, 1998-1999
  18. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1967-1979
  19. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1962-1975, and as Speaker of the Batasang Pambansa, 1978-1984
  20. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1970-1985
  21. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1941-1951
  22. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1993-2006
  23. ^ Also served as Associate Justice, 1986-1988; PCGG Commissioner, 1986
  24. ^ Also served as Speaker of the National Assembly, 1939
  25. ^ Also served as Secretary of Justice; U.P. Law Dean
  26. ^ a b Also served as U.P. Law Dean
  27. ^ Also elected to Philippine Senate, 1959-1965
  28. ^ "SC Justice Carolina Griño-Aquino passes away". Sun.Star. 2012-12-24. Retrieved 2013-01-06. 
  29. ^ Also President of 1986 Constitutional Convention, M.P. from Quezon City, 1984-1986
  30. ^ Also served as Secretary of Labor, 1996-1998
  31. ^ Also elected as first president of the IBP; appointed to Commission on Human Rights, 1986-1987
  32. ^ Also served as Ombudsman, 1988-1995
  33. ^ Also elected Antique governor, 1951-1955; Executive Secretary during Macapagal administration
  34. ^ Member of Senate, 1966-1973, 1987-1992; 1992 presidential candidate
  35. ^ Member of Senate, 1987-1998, 2001–2008. Also served as Executive Secretary, Secretary of Agriculture
  36. ^ 1998 presidential candidate; Secretary of National Defense, 1970-1986; Secretary of Justice, 1968-1970; Representative from Cagayan, 1978-1986, 1992-1995; Senator, 1987-1992, 1995-2001, 2004–present
  37. ^ Member of Senate, 1995-2007. Also served as Secretary of Labor, Secretary of Justice, and Executive Secretary during Aquino and Ramos administrations
  38. ^ Also served as Secretary of Agrarian Reform
  39. ^ Also served as Representative of Cavite
  40. ^ Also elected Governor of Iloilo.
  41. ^ Also elected Governor of Camarines Sur
  42. ^ Also served as Executive Secretary
  43. ^ "Danilo Concepcion elected UP president". ABS-CBN News. November 15, 2016. Retrieved November 15, 2016. 

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