The Palawan State University (PSU) School of Law has produced 12 new lawyers based on the results of the 2018 Bar Exam.
The bar passers based on the results released by the Supreme Court (SC) on Friday afternoon are Jazmin D. Altea, Norman Alexander C. Austria, Mary Jel B. Bacosa, Bethel Faith G. Beronio, Lara Mae O. Cacal, Regina Bella A. Dioso, Katrina C. Elauria-Tapalla, Jeral G. Mening, Allyza Mae S. Ora, Kenny A. Pe, April Joy M. Rabang, and Princess Katherine C. Vergara.
Atty. Perry Pe, PSU Law School dean told Palawan News that the school got a 52.17 percent bar passing rate for the 2018 bar exams.
Pe said the PSU Law School again topped this year’s bar exams which had a national passing rate at 22.07 percent.
“PSU Law congratulates its bar passers. Well done, team! We did it again. We topped this year’s national bar exams passing rate at 22.07 percent. PSU Law got a 52.17 percent bar passing rate. Indeed we are one of the best law schools outside Metro Manila. This achievement is for your school, for your parents and family. Way to go!” he said.
Dr. Ramon Docto, PSU president, said there were 23 law graduates that took the bar in October last year.
“Maganda itong ating result kasi more than fifty percent ang ating pumasa. Gusto ko lang i-congratulate ‘yong ating mga passers at patuloy tayong magbigay ng pagpapahalaga sa ating mga mag-aaral sa Palawan State University,” Docto said.
He said that it was PSU Law School associate dean Atty. Mariagisela Josol-Trampe who informed him about the bar results.
“Congratulations, everyone! You made us all proud! Kudos to our passionate and dedicated law professors and our very supportive dean, Atty. Perry Pe. Thank you po,” Trampe posted on her Facebook account.