Moslemen T. Macarambon Sr. CVs

Heres some brief CV’s information about my dad.

EDUCATION ATTAINMENTS:

  • Elementary : Iligan City South Central School (1962) Salutatorian
  • High School : Mindanao State University (1966) 2nd Hon. Mention
  • College : Manuel L. Quezon University (1970) Bachelor of Arts
    University of the East (1974) Bachelor of Laws
    Manuel L. Quezon University (1988) Master of Laws (w/o Thesis)
  • Eligibility : 1974 Bar Examinations


WORK EXPERIENCES:

  • 1974 – 1978 – Practicing Lawyer (MUSLAG) Muslim Legal Assistance Group Rizal Avenue, Manila
  • 1978 – 1980 – Legal Officer/ Trial Attorney– National Housing Authority, Quezon City
  • 1980 – 1984 – Division Chief, Legal Office, Farm Systems Development Corporation, Pasig, Metro Manila
  • 1982 – 1984 – Consultant– Laguna Lake Development Authority, Pasig, Metro Manila
  • 1984 – 1985 – Instructor, St. Micheal’s College, Iligan City (Obligations and Contracts, Insurance Law, Negotiable Instruments Law)
  • 1986 – 1988 – Executive Assistant, Office of Sen. Tamano, Philippine Senate, Manila
  • 1986 – 1988 – Managing Partner, Tamano and Associates, Makati, MetroManila
  • 1988 – 1989 – Executive Assistant, Senate Electoral Tribunal, Quezon City
  • 1999 – 2000 – Professor in Political Law and Constitutional Law, MSU-IIT, College of Law, Iligan City
  • September 1989 – Appointed Presiding Judge, Regional Trial Court, Branch 12, Malabang, Lanao del Sur

Note: In addition to his duties as Presiding Judge of RTC, Brach 12, Malabang, Lanao del Sur, he was assigned to the following stations:

A) RTC, Branch 11, Malabang, Lanao del Sur- Acting Presiding Judge for more than 7 years.
B) RTC, Branch 5, Iligan City- Acting Presiding Judge for more than 2 years.
C) RTC, Branch 3, Iligan City- Acting Presiding Judge for more than a year.
D) RTC, Branch 8, Marawi City- Acting Presiding Judge for 4 months.
E) RTC, Branch 23, Cagayan de Oro City- Assisting Judge for 9 months.
F) RTC, Branch 7, Tubod, Lanao del Norte- Acting Presiding Judge for 1 year.
G) RTC, Branch 4, Iligan City- Acting Presiding Judge since May 27, 2003- October 2, 2003.

October 3, 2003- Appointed presiding Judge, RTC Branch 4, Iligan City by President Gloria Macapagal- Arroyo

EXTRA- CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

  • President: Maranaw Law Students Federation, Manila – 1972- 1973
  • Elected Congressman of the College of Law, UE Students’ Congress – 1971-1972
  • Vice President Mindanao, Sulu Palawan Association – 1971- 1972
  • Member: Tau Lambda Kappa Fraternity, Exclusive UE Law Fraternity
  • Member: Board of Directors, Philippine Judges Association – 2001- 2003
  • Vice Chairman, Iligan City Council, Boy Scouts of the Philippines- 2006- present

SCHOLARSHIP:

  • Consistent Scholar for 8 years – Commission on National integration

AWARDS:

  1. Awarded by the Philippine Trial Lawyers Association as One of the Ten Outstanding RTC Judges in 1997
  2. Hall of Fame Awardee – University of the East Law Alumni Association on December 5, 2003 at the Manila Hotel

7 thoughts to “Moslemen T. Macarambon Sr. CVs”

  1. Sabi ng PCIJ, Commissioner Macarambon is a virtual unknown. Yup, to people in Manila but people in Iligan and Lanao know him well – as a maligdong public servant.

  2. you have to make the most of the changes that come your way and strike while the iron is hot, the more danger/the more honor… we are proud of you SAGUIARANIANS

  3. the proud man hath no god, the envious man has no neighbor; the angry man hath not himself and critics bind no glory////// SAGUIARANIAN CHAIRMAN(madinah chap.)

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