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34 Catandunganons pass bar exams

VIRAC, Catanduanes (PIA) -- Exactly 34 Catandunganons passed the so-called “best bar ever” bar examinations conducted by the Supreme Court last February for the combined 2020 and 2021 batches.


Seven of them namely: Danica Karla Tejada-Catbagan, Francis M. de Asis, Joie Alphonse G. Geronimo, Anna Charmaine P. Guerrero, Virgilio T. Novio IV, Michelle B. Padayao, and Arianna Laine T. Sarmiento earned recognition from the High Court for exemplary performance for obtaining grades from 85 to 90 percent.


The other 28 new lawyers: Ma. Mawilynn Concepcion B. Adolfo, Rodrigo Paolo V. Arroyo, Ma. Lalaine T. Baloloy, Elena C. Bernardo-Sabeniano, Jerome Cornelius M. Besa, Francis Mico E. Bobiles, Jan Karlo V. Bricia, Howell T. Cilot, Gladys Marie B. Cubias, Patrick Peter Pol A. de Quiros, Carmela Dawn B. Gianan, Quenny Rose V. Ibardalosa, Joshua Manuel U. Magistrado, Michael Angelo V. Marquez, Shander A. Matienzo, Evangeline P. Omadto, Toni Patricia May S. Reyes, Chaselle Angela A. Rodriguez, Francis Harvey S. Rodulfo, Michael John O. Salvante, Alissa Anne D. Sanchez, Eloiza Faye A. Sarmiento, Brian V. Segismundo, Yevhgeny L. Terrazola, Abel T. Tuzara, Christelle Anne O. Valeza, and, Jones Paul R. Vargas.


The 2020-2021 Bar exam results were released by the Supreme Court  on April 12, 2022. (EAB-PIA5/Catanduanes)


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