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Leila de Lima

Leila Magistrado de Lima is the secretary of Philippine Department of Justice

under the Administration of President Benigno S. Aquino III. Wikipedia  Born: August 27, 1959 (age 53), Iriga  Education: San Beda College (1980–1985), More  Children: Israel De Lima, Jiro De Lima, Vincent Joshua De Lima  People also search for Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Renato Corona Maria Lourdes Sereno Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III Jesse Robredo

Secretary of the Philippine Department of Justice Incumbent Assumed office June 30, 2010 Benigno Aquino III President Alberto Agra Preceded by Chairperson of the Philippine Commission on Human Rights In office May 2008 – June 30, 2010 Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo President

1959) is the secretary of Philippine Department of Justice under the Administration of President Leila Magistrado de Lima (born on August 27.[1] She placed 8th in the 1985 Philippine Bar Examinations with an 86. . She finished her Bachelor of Laws (Salutatorian) degree at the San Beda College of Law in 1985.26% rating. She was born and raised in Iriga City. 1959 (age 53) Filipino San Beda College De La Salle University DOJ Secretary Roman Catholic Leila Magistrado de Lima (born on August 27. Aquino III.Preceded by Succeeded by Born Nationality Alma mater Profession Religion Purificacion Quisumbing Etta Rosales Personal details August 27.[1] Educational Background She graduated in 1980 from the De La Salle University with an AB History degree. 1959) is the secretary of Philippine Department of Justice under the Administration of President Benigno S.[1] She has two sons. Contents       1 Personal Background 2 Educational Background 3 Commission on Human Rights 4 Secretary of Justice 5 See also 6 References Personal Background She is the eldest daughter of the former Philippine COMELEC Commissioner Vicente de Lima and Norma Magistrado.[2] . Israel and Vincent Joshua.

. Secretary of Justice On July 2. De Lima took over the helm of the Philippine Department of Justice.Reform is a fundamental theme of this administration: first to rid ourselves of corruption and second to shore up our competence. 2010."[3] See also  Department of Justice (Philippines) .Commission on Human Rights She was the Chairperson of the Philippine Commission on Human Rights until President-elect Benigno Aquino III tapped her to be part of his cabinet for the position of Justice Secretary. she said that "the marching orders of President Benigno Aquino III were not mere election promises. In her speech..