Posted 25 October 2008 - 08:54 PM
still looking for official profile for Aquila legis. if you can suggest a url it would be most helpful. thanks
Posted 26 January 2010 - 12:19 AM
Di nila alam na ang GAD dun is yung yun ang initial ng kapitbahay namin.
Note: nagsuicide dahil sa laki ng utang... kaya sinabihan nya si GAD na tigilan na ang karera ng kabayo... Sya rin ang neighbor ko sa laguna na nag prosecute kina Fernando Poe Jr at Edu Manzano dahil questionable ang citizenship nila during their campaigne. i remember when me and his nephew was sitiing at their gate about 18 years ago, dumating sya kasama ng mga classmates nya from Ateneo, buhat buhat sya from the van, yun pala kakatapos lang daw ng finals nya sa Utopia, pati braso at bisig nya pumutok. pati binti nya may tama.
at pag umaalis sya ng bahay, nagpapalagay pa yun ng mga sanitary napkins sa hita nya dahil nagkakatas ang sugat nya sa pantalon... tsk tsk, nkakaawa, kala mo laging may tagos sa hita.
naalala ko pala, I had a friend also in manila, stydying Law in Adamson University, his a member of LEGIS ET FALCONES... mukhang rival ng Aquila Legis. Not sure.
Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei
Posted 06 October 2010 - 09:18 PM
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aquila Legis Fraternity
Ateneo Law School, Padre Faura, Manila (Old Campus)
Type Law based
Motto Fidelitas ex Lege
Headquarters , Philippines
Homepage Aquila Legis Website
The Aquila Legis is the premier fraternity of the Ateneo de Manila School of Law. It was founded by 21 junior and senior students in 1949, becoming the first fraternity in the Philippines with a Latin name. Aquila Legis in English means "eagle of the law," but is commonly translated as "legal eagle." Through six decades, the fraternity has inducted over 1,500 members, 90 percent of whom are members of the Philippine Bar, cabinet secretaries, lawmakers, justices and ambassadors
Through the years, it has produced over 40 lawyers who reached the Top Ten of the Bar Examinations, four of whom placed number 1.
Bar Topnotchers and Placers
PLACE↓ NAME↓ YEAR↓
1st Januario Soller, Jr. 1972
1st Vicente Solis 1973
1st Virgilio Gesmundo 1977
1st Gregorio Batiller, Jr. 1979
2nd Gabriel Singson 1952
2nd Antonio Navarette 1957
2nd Prospero Nograles 1971
3rd Teodoro Villarmia, Jr. 1966
3rd Basilio Alo 1967
3rd Liberador Villegas 1971
3rd Francis Ampil 1999
4th William Veto 1951
4th Jose Reyes 1953
4th Redentor Salonga 1960
4th Arthur Soller 1969
4th Solon Garcia 1972
4th Vicente Ruaro 1974
4th Augusto Panlilio 1975
4th Marius Corpuz 1979
4th Nelson Victorino 1992
5th Luisito Baluyot 1967
5th Reynaldo Salutan 1980
5th Thaddeus Venturanza 1989
5th Eric David Tan 2009
6th Jose Brillantes 1960
6th Roldan Dalman 1975
6th Jose Jesus Laurel 1981
6th Yves-Randolph Gonzalez 2009
7th Antonio Quintos 1954
7th Rufino Luna 1955
7th Sergio Apostol 1958
7th Adolfo Angala 1964
7th Arthur Cabilete 1966
7th Raul Cabrera 1968
7th Noel Sanchez 1980
7th Efren de Leon 1982
9th Meynardo Tiro 1952
9th Amado Santiago 1958
9th Ramon Aviado, Jr. 1966
9th Ding Concepcion 1990
10th Ernesto Maceda, Jr. 1956
10th Franklin Ebdalin 1967
10th Nicolas Gomez, Jr. 1977
10th Giorgidi Aggabao 1980
10th Grain Oil Baysa-Pee 1999
 Prominent Members
Some of the prominent members of the Aquila Legis include:
Former Supreme Court Justice Leo Medialdea (+); Supreme Court Justice Mariano Del Castillo; Former Court of Appeals Justice Roberto Barrios (+); Former Court of Appeals Justice Jose Sabio (retired); Former Court of Appeals Justice Jorge Imperial (retired); Former Court of Appeals Justice Eriberto Rosario (retired); Former Court of Appeals Justice Luis Javellana (+); Former Court of Appeals Justice Hector Hofilena (retired); Former Court of Appeals Justice Santiago J. Ranada (retired); Court of Appeals Justice Ricardo "Ricky" Rosario; and Court of Appeals Justice Ramon Garcia.
Former Commission on Audit (COA) Chairman, former Executive Secretary, former Department of Justice (DOJ) Secretary, former Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Secretary and former Vice President Teofisto Guingona,Jr.; Former Executive Secretary Ernesto "Ernie" Maceda; Former Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Secretary Rolando "Nonoy" Andaya, Jr.; Former Muntinlupa City Mayor, former Presidential Spokesman, former Press Secretary (OPS) and now Monetary Board Member Ignacio "Toting" Bunye; Former Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Sergio Antonio "Serge" Apostol; Former Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Governor Gabriel "Gabby" Singson; Former Press Secretary (OPS) Ricardo "Dong" Puno, Jr.; Former Chief of the Presidential Legislative Liaison Office (PLLO) Jose "Jimmie" Policarpio; Chief of the Presidential Legislative Liaison Office (PLLO) Antonio "Tony" Roman, Jr.; Former Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary Bienvenido "Benny" Laguesma; Former Department of Justice (DOJ) Secretary, former Solicitor General (OSG) and former Cabinet Secretary Silvestre "Bebot" Bello III; Former Solicitor General (OSG) and former Ambassador Raul Goco; Former National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC) Commissioner Alberto "Bert" Quimpo; Former Department of Finance (DOF) Undersecretary Gaudencio Mendoza; Former Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) Undersecretary Efren C. Moncupa; Former Department of Justice (DOJ) Undersecretary Jose Calida; Former Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Undersecretary Marius Corpus; Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Undersecretary Franklin Ebdalin; Department of National Defense (DND) Undersecretary Pio Lorenzo F. Batino; Office of the Executive Secretary Undersecretary Michael Frederick Musngi; Former Ambassador to the United States Raul C. Rabe; Former Ambassador to the Netherlands Eloy Bello III; Ambasssador to Russia Victor Garcia III; Ambassador to Canada Jose S. Brillantes; Former Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Commissioner Sixto Esquivas; Former Department of Energy (DOE) Undersecretary and former National Power Corporation (NAPOCOR) Chairman Cyril Del Callar; Former Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Commissioner Thaddeus Venturanza; Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Commissioner Manuel Gaite; Presidential Commission on Good Governance (PCGG) Commissioner Tereso Javier; Insurance Commission (IC) Commissioner Santiago J. Ranada; Former Zamboanga del Norte Governor Roldan B. Dalman; Former Quezon Governor Wilfrido L. Enverga; La Union Governor Victor Ortega; Zamboanga del Sur Governor Antonio "Tony" Cerilles; Masbate Vice Governor Vincent Homer "Vince" Revil; Former Mandaluyong City Mayor Neptali "Boyet" Gonzales II; Tagbilaran City Mayor Dan Neri "Jun-Jun" Lim; Lipa City Mayor Meynardo "Meynard" Sabili; Former Tagaytay City Mayor, former League of Cities President, and now Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Chairman Francis Tolentino; Chief State Prosecutor Claro A. Arellano; Caloocan City Chief Prosecutor Ferdinand "Ed" Valbuena; Quezon City Chief Prosecutor Dindo G. Venturanza; Davao City Chief Prosecutor Raul Bendigo; Former Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Assistant Secretary and now Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) Director Juan Miguel T. Cuna; Former Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) Administrator Teddy Cruz Jr.; Former Philippine Tourism Authority (PTA) General Manager and now Intramuros Administrator Jose “Junjun” Capistrano Jr.
Former Senate President Ernesto "Ernie" Maceda; Former Senator Teofisto Guingona,Jr.; Former Speaker of the House Prospero "Boy" Nograles; Congressman Joseph Emilio A. Abaya (now chairman of the powerful House Appropriations Committee); Congressman Neptali "Boyet" Gonzales II (now Majority Floor Leader); Congressman Sergio Antonio "Serge" Apostol (now chairman of the Committee on Banks and Financial Intermediaries); Congressman Florencio "Bem" Noel (now chairman of the Committee on Accounts); Congressman Antonio Diaz; Congressman Giorgidi Aggabao; Congressman Rolando "Nonoy" Andaya, Jr.; Congressman Victor Ortega; Congressman Maximo B.Rodriguez, Jr.; Congressman Karlo Alexei B. Nograles; Congressman Sherwin N. Tugna; Former Congressman Ignacio "Toting" Bunye; Former Congressman Manuel Garcia; Former Congressman Antonio "Tony" Roman, Jr.; Former Congressman Raul Del Mar; Former Congressman Adam Relson Jala; Former Congressman Antonio "Tony" Cerilles; Former Congressman Didagen "Digs" Dilangalen; Former Congressman Emigdio S. Tanjuatco, Jr.; Former Congressman Wilfrido L. Enverga; Former Congressman Edgar Valdez; Former Congressman Alejandro "Sandy" Urro; Former Congressman Anthony "Tony" Dequina; Former Congressman Emigdio A. Bondoc; Oriental Mindoro Board Member Ernesto Liwanag; Cebu Board Member Arleigh Sitoy.
Posted 10 October 2010 - 06:19 PM
I suppose the same goes for Lex Leonum Fraternitas: is it "Lion of the Law" or "Legal Lion"?
Posted 15 October 2010 - 05:10 PM
I suppose the same goes for Lex Leonum Fraternitas: is it "Lion of the Law" or "Legal Lion"?
Hindi ba "Law of the Lions" ibig sabihin nun?
TRISKELIONS' GRAND FRATERNITY
Posted 04 September 2011 - 02:35 PM
I thought fraternities were born to separate us from barbarians, yet they describe their frat through the beasts that howl the wilds.
Now reflecting the the nature or their principles to a beast(eagle, lion).
Not a good point for a Law-Based frat.
can't study in a University...
how dare you to join a frat
and exclude yourself from "barbarians"?
Posted 24 April 2015 - 06:43 PM
Posted 26 April 2015 - 08:12 AM
kaya pala he became so curious about my affiliation. I though he was just
asking in one of dinner engagement.
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