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Ley La Salle presents Business Law Conference 2015

03:23 PM March 12, 2015

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MANILA, Philippines—Ley La Salle, the professional organization of legal management students and aspiring lawyers of De La Salle University, Manila, presents this year’s Business Law Conference with the theme “Into the Era of Asean Integration.”

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The organization’s brainchild of synergizing legal concepts and disciplines with the world of business, the conference goes beyond the fundamentals of commerce by discussing such within the framework of business and law and their interconnectivity.

With the successful run of the conference last year tackling social issues and producing relevant discussions joined by over 1,000 participants from different universities around Metro Manila and speakers from Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC), Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), Ogilvy One Worldwide, the Supreme Court and the Senate, Ley La Salle once again commits itself toward building awareness on pressing issues in the society today.

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The conference will be held on March 13 at Henry Sy Sr. Hall, De La Salle University, Manila, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This year’s roster of distinguished speakers include Sen. Juan Edgardo “Sonny” M. Angara; “The Apprentice Asia” Season 1 winner Jonathan Yabut; Albay First District Rep. Edcel Lagman, and many more.

For questions and updates, contact Patricia Arbolado at +639065738755 or like the Ley La Salle business law conference 2015 page on Facebook.

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