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Manuel L. Quezon University Chairman and President Atty. Paquito N. Ochoa, Jr. Collaborates with Bar Operations Committee for Bar Exam Success

In a pivotal meeting held at the Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU) Main Campus, Chairman and President Atty. Paquito N. Ochoa, Jr. engaged in a productive dialogue with the members of the Bar Operations Committee, a team instrumental in preparing law graduates for the upcoming Bar examinations in September 2024.

The dialogue, attended by key figures such as Ms. Jasmine Babar, President of the Bar Operations Committee; Ms. Ann Margaret Gomez, Vice President; Ms. Anna Gracia Gandia, Academic Head; and Hyns Shanne Acueza, Publicity and Promotions Committee member, set the stage for a collaborative effort to enhance the university’s support system for Bar takers.

An addition to Bar Operations Committee members, the meeting saw the participation of Executive Vice President Lucille Ortile, Atty. Ria Corazon Golez-Cabrera (Acting Dean of the School of Law), Atty. Hazel Mendoza (School of Law Program Coordinator, and Ms. Tonette Nuñez (School of Law Secretary).  The diverse representation showcased the commitment of MLQU’s leadership to contribute holistically to the success of its law graduates.

Atty. Ochoa initiated the meeting to gain insights into the strategic plans of the Bar Operations Committee and to explore avenues through which the university could further improve its assistance and support for the upcoming Bar examinations.  The September 2024 Bar exams are crucial, and the university aims to build upon the success of its law graduates in previous Bar exams.

The discussion focused on keys aspects, such as academic preparations, emotional well-being, and logistical support for the Bar takers.  Atty. Ochoa emphasized the importance of a comprehensive approach, ensuring that students not only have a strong academic foundation but also receive the necessary emotional and logistical support throughput their Bar exam journey.

Expressing his commitment to the success of MLQU law graduates, Atty. Ochoa assured the bar Operations Committee of the university’s full support.  He pledged to hold regular follow-up meetings to monitor the progress of the operations and address any challenges that may arise during the preparation phase.  The proactive involvement of the university’s leadership reflects a dedication to fostering an environment that nurtures academic excellence and professional success.

As the meeting concluded, a sense of optimism filled the room, with all parties aligned towards a common goal – the success of MLQU law graduates in the upcoming Bar examinations.  The collaboration between Atty. Ochoa and the Bar Operations Committee exemplifies MLQU’s commitment to providing the best possible resources and support for its students, ensuring that they are well prepared and confident as they embark on this significant milestone in their legal careers.

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