Candidate for Senator 2013: Marwil Llasos and His Profile

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Marwin Llasos for Senator 2013
Marwil Llasos for Senator 2013
Atty. Marwil N. Llasos, O.P., candidate for senator, 2013 – Ang Kapatiran Party (AKP)

Atty. Marwil Llasos, 37, is one of the youngest candidates for senator in the May 13, 2013 elections.

A true-blooded Bicolano, Marwil Llasos was born in 1975 in Daraga, Albay. His father, Wilson Llasos, a witness in the Agrava Fact Finding Board which investigated the Aquino-Galman double murder case in 1983, is from Daraga, Albay. His mother, Marichu Nacor, a former OFW, is from Barcelona, Sorsogon. Atty. Llasos grew up in Daraga, Albay but studied in Legazpi City from elementary to college. He now lives in Roxas District, Quezon City although he is a registered voter in Tagas, Daraga, Albay, his hometown. He is a member of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines-Albay Chapter.

At a very young age of 18, Atty. Marwil Llasos served as youth ambassador of goodwill to the ASEAN countries and Japan when he was chosen as one of the country’s delegates to the 21st Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program (SSEAYP) in 1994 representing the Bicol Region.

He passed the 2004 Bar Examinations with 82.30% rating.

Education

Post-Graduate Diploma in International Humanitarian Law, 2005, National Academy for Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), University of Law, Hyderabad, India

Fellowship

· International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Fellowship

Bachelor of Laws, 2003, College of Law, University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City

Scholarship

· UP Law Class of 1971 Scholarship (2003)
· Owen L. White (Australia) Scholarship (2000-2003)
· Hisatoshi Ito (Japan) Scholarship (2000-2002)
· Chief Justice Fred Ruiz Castro Scholarship (1999-2000)

Academic Distinction

· Member of the Order of the Purple Feather Honor Society (1998-2000)
· Awardee for Outstanding Academic Performance (1999-2000)
· Graduated with a General Weighted Average of 2.1 (2003)

Extra-Curricular Activities

· Member, Batas at Bata (2001-2002)
· Member, UP Law Debate Union (2000-2002)
· Volunteer, Paralegal Volunteers Organization (2000-2001)

Master of Arts in Public Administration, completed academic requirements with very high scholastic rating (General Weighted Average of 1.2), 1998, Graduate School, Bicol University in Legazpi City

Extra-Curricular Activities

· President, Master of Arts in Public Administration Student Council (1997-1998)
· Member of the Board of Directors, Graduate School Student Board (1997-1998)
· Member of the Editorial Board, The Graduate Forum (1997-1998)

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, cum laude, 1996, College of Arts and Sciences, Bicol University in Legazpi City

Awards and Citations

· Outstanding Student of Region V (1996), awarded by the Commission on Higher Education, Republic Flour Mills Foundation, and the Rotary Club International
· Outstanding Student of Bicol University (1996)
· Outstanding Political Science Student of Bicol University (1996)
· Outstanding in Service of Bicol University (1996)

Extra-Curricular Activities

· Prime Minister of the Bicol University Debating Team (1996)
· Chairman, 6th Bicol University Students’ Congress and 3rd Provincial Congress of Youth Leaders (1996)
· Majority Floor Leader, 5th Bicol University Students Congress and 2nd Provincial Congress of Youth Leaders (1995)
· Public Information Officer, College of Arts and Sciences Student Council, Bicol University (1993-1994)
· News Editor, Bicol Universitarian, Bicol University (1993-1994)
· Assistant Section Editor, The CASette, Bicol University (1992-1993)
· Public Information Officer, Political Science Club (1992-1993)
· Junior Parliamentarian, Political Science Club (1992-1996)
· Political Science Class Representative to the Freshman Assembly (1992-1993)
· Pangulo, Kapisanan ng mga Mag-aaral sa Filipino (1992-1993)

High School, 1992, College of Education Laboratory High School, Bicol University in Legazpi City

Grade School, graduated with honors, 1998, Divine Word College of Legazpi in Legazpi City

Eligibility

Admitted to the Philippine Bar, 2005 (82.30%)
(First Take)

Civil Service Eligibility pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 907 as Honor Graduate (Appropriate for Second Level Positions)

Professional Background

Partner, DASAL LAUREL LLASOS AND ASSOCIATES , Suites 1107-1108, Pearl of the Orient Tower, 1240 Roxas Boulevard, Ermita, Manila 1000

Assistant Corporate Legal Counsel, Eastbay Resorts, Inc., 3202-A, Philippine Stocks Exchange Building, Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City, January 16, 2006 – Mary 31, 2006

Law Education Specialist II, Institute of International Legal Studies, Law Center, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, July 2005 – December 2005

University Researcher I, Institute of International Legal Studies, Law Center, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, August 2003 – June 2005

University Research Associate I, Institute of Human Rights, Law Center, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, July 2002 – June 2003

Legal Consultant, Office of the Undersecretary for Policy, Planning and Legal Affairs, Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) Central Office, Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City, July 2001 – October 2002

Executive Assistant, Department of Agrarian Reform Adjudication Board (DARAB) Secretariat, Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) Central Office, Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City, August 2000 – December 2000

College Instructor, Coordinator for Research and Programs, and Head of the Department of Social Sciences, Philosophy and the Humanities, Computer Arts and Technological College in Old Albay District, Legazpi City, October 1996 – May 1998

Other Work Experience

Lecturer, Institute of Government and Law Reform, Law Center, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, October 4, 2005 – present

Instructor, The Manila Times Institute for Paralegal Studies, Bonifacio Drive, Manila, April 8, 2006 – present

Author, Philippine Shepard’s Citation Project, CD Technologies Asia, Inc. (CD Asia), Bo. Capitolyo, Pasig City, July 16, 2005 – present

Legal Officer, Rapu-Rapu Fact Finding Commission, Office of the President, Malacañan, Manila, March 10, 2006 – May 19, 2006

English Teacher, Global Language Foundation, Inc., Ligaya Building, Holy Spirit Drive, Diliman, Quezon City, November 2001 – February 2002

Internship/Apprenticeship

Law Intern, Office of Legal Aid, College of Law, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, June 2002- April 2003

Law Clerk, Quisumbing Torres Attorneys-at-Law (an affiliated office of Baker and McKenzie), 11th Floor, Pacific Star Building, Makati Avenue corner Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City, April 2001 – June 2001

Legal Apprentice, Carpio Villaraza and Cruz Law Offices (now Villaraza and Angangco Law Offices), 5th Floor, LTA Building, Perea Street, Legazpi Village, Makati City, April 2000 – May 2000

Membership

Integrated Bar of the Philippines Albay Chapter, 2005
Legal Assistance Coordinator and Paralegal Officer, Assistance Center for
Victims, Integrated Bar of the Philippines – Manila Chapter IV, 2003-present
Paralegal Volunteer, Child Justice League, Inc., 2002-2003
Volunteer, Bantay Katarungan (2000-2001)
Member, Legazpi Historical Society (1997-1998)
Member, Philippine Centennial Movement (1997-1998)
President, ABS-CBN Foundation Social Service Club of Legazpi City (1996)
Executive Vice President, Bicol Debate Society, Naga City (1996)
Sangguniang Kabataan Chairman of Tagas, Daraga, Albay (1995-1996)
Sangguniang Kabataan Councilor of Tagas, Daraga, Albay (1992-1995)
Member, SSEAYP Alumni Association-Philippines and SSEAYP International Alumni Association (since 1994)

Authorship

· Editorial Assistant, The Philippine Claim to a Portion of North Borneo: Materials and Documents, Institute of International Legal Studies
· Module on the Urban Development and Housing Act (Part I), Manual for Paralegal Training of Urban Poor Leaders, Institute of Human Rights
· Synthesis on Farmers’ Rights as Human Rights and Human Rights as Human Rights, Proceedings on the Round Table Discussion on Farmers’ Rights as Human Rights, Institute of Human Rights and Southeast Asia Research Initiatives for Community Empowerment (SEARICE);
· Farmers Rights vis a vis the Philippine Plant Variety Protection Act of 2002, published in The Human Rights Agenda, Vol. 10, Issue 10, January-February 2003
· The Fight Against Torture, published in The Human Rights Agenda, Vol. 7, Issue 7, July-August 2002

Travels

Ambassador of Goodwill of the Republic of the Philippines to the ASEAN countries and Japan, 21st Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program (SSEAYP), 1994

Personal

Date of Birth: December 28, 1975
Place of Birth: Daraga, Albay
Age: 32 years old
Civil Status: Single
Religion: Roman Catholic
Sex: Male
Special Interests: reading, writing, listening to classical music, watching TV, going to the movies, visiting museums and art galleries, swimming and playing volleyball, badminton and bowling.

Sources: votewisepinoy.com, attymarwilnacorllasos.blogspot.com

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  1. Let us vote for people like Atty. Marwil Llasos. A vote for him is a vote for hope. Hope in the bright future of the Philippines.

    Let us not waste our votes by giving it to candidates who are part of political dynasties. Just think: it could be your child who could be steering the country to recovery and greatness, but this chance is totally ruined if the dynasty is still in place by then.

    Let us break the chain of dynasties (which in the first place is a corrupt practice due to vested personal interests) by voting for candidates who rely on integrity, not on family name. Candidates like Atty. Marwil Llasos.

    God bless Atty. Marwil Llasos and God bless the Philippines.

  2. marwil is a crazed catholic totally out of his wits. wouldnt vote for this guy unless u r wanting the phils to go even further into the dark ages. douchebag.

  3. Atty Marwil Llasos good luck …rest assured that the Rabe family of Daraga Albay will vote and support you…God bless

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