Tuesday, February 5

Conflict of Law 2013: "Going Beyond the Limits"

If there is one thing that I look forward to for the first week of February, it is the Conflict of Laws 2013. This event is the intramurals of the students enrolled in Ateneo de Davao College of Law where representatives from each year level compete in different games and activities. I'm not sure if everyone in school is excited for this event. All I know is that I, certainly, am. 




Who wouldn't want to take a three-days off from all the academic to-do's in the College of Law? Wouldn't it be nice to be with my friends and classmates without thinking of all the cases to read nor the provisions to memorize? Wouldn't it be great to spend quality time with them simply watching games and enjoying the presentations?

What really excites me is that  it is the first Conflict of Laws that that I will take part as a law student of Ateneo. Aside from this, I'm also tasked to cover the three-days affair with my fellow members in the publication. That means I can take photographs and share some of them on my blog.

I can't wait to see the cheer dancers as they grace the floor on the opening night of the Conflicts 2013. I'm also looking forward to watching the championship games with my close friends. For sure, my February 8, 9 and 10 will be days full of fun and excitement!

Conflicts of Law 2013: "Going Beyond the Limits"

 photo a_zps103333cb.jpg photo b_zpsc5a21f63.png photo c_zpsed96c6f1.png There are only three days left before this event starts! Countdown begins now.

13 comments:

  1. A sports event would really be a good breather from school and in my case from work. I'm sure law students will be able to de-stress a lot here.

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  2. This will help promote HEALTHY LIFESTYLE and assist with everybody issues of a Law student. I know how hard to study law, others will say this is the worst career decision they'll ever make.

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  3. wow ... i love to watch a college sports fest. something i missed when I was still in college ...

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    1. In case you missed the details in my post, I would like to tell you that Conflicts is a Law School event. Not college.

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  4. This school activity is truly exciting. If you're covering the event, you are like one of the participants as well. :D Oh yeah, mostly I'd want to watch the cheerdancers perform, too!

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  5. this is agreta way to enjoy school too! like a great escape for everyone! xx

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  6. intramurals are always exciting, especially because we have the reason not to study at night during these days...Good luck to all the participants. Yahweh bless

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  7. Would love to watch the cheerdancing competition as well.. good luck to all the participants and success for this event.. :)

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  8. Good luck for the said event, for sure you will enjoy hanging out with them.

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  9. The line-up of events look exciting! And i for one is into cheers dance numbers too! LOL ;)

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  10. What a good, healthy and relaxing way to take few days break off the law books and studies in general. Have fun with it attorney!

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  11. I remember my boss who was once a law student. Now I know why she enjoyed her law school. Events seemed so exciting there! :)

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  12. This is a breather and its nice to have a sportsfest in order to bring camaraderie and this is very exciting too.

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