ATTY. ALBERTO C. AGRA
Alberto C. Agra is a lawyer, an incumbent and former government official, a professor of laws and bar reviewer, a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) advocate and lecturer, a PhD candidate, a sports servant-leader, and an active obstacle course racer, a competitive javelin thrower and jump rope enthusiast.
He is a political law bar reviewer and professor of laws at the Ateneo Law School. He has been teaching thereat since 1993. He teaches administrative law, law on local governments, election law, law on public officers and PPP law. He recently published a 1,408-page book on the 1991 Local Government Code entitled Amicus Imperiorum Locorum.
Atty. Agra is the incumbent Chairman of the Board of the Philippine Reclamation Authority. He was the former Acting Secretary of Justice, Acting Solicitor General and Government Corporate Counsel. He is a Certified PPP SpecialistTM and Certified Regulation SpecialistTM, a PPP Law professor and an active lecturer on PPPs.
He is finishing his dissertation for his doctorate in philosophy on leadership studies (major in public management) at the Ateneo School of Government. He obtained his Bachelor of Laws at the Ateneo Law School in 1990 and became a member of the bar the year thereafter.
He is also the President of Pilipinas Obstacle Sports Federation and the OCR Asia Pacific, and Member of the Central Board of Fédération Internationale de Sports d’Obstacles (FISO) or World OCR. He is a founding director of the Philippine Jump Rope Association. He is the General Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary of the Philippine Olympic Committee.