My 100th: ‘Right(s) or faux right(s)?’
What greater joy is there than sharing one’s interests and passions with your core? In my case, this is Team Agra—Jean, a financial advisor with a heart…who is the heart of the team; Jessie, a former junior tennis champion…who is completing her law studies while dabbling in coaching; and Noel, a fellow obstacle-course enthusiast…who will soon become a fit-chef-restaurateur.
This 100th column is dedicated to them, without whom this columnist will not have the drive and dedication to do more for a purpose. This column is a testament that yours truly is willing to learn-unlearn-relearn, even from students of law. This columnist takes pride and feels a deep sense of happiness when his daughter writes about public-private partnership (PPP)-related topics.
The title of this column is partially lifted from the thesis submitted by Jessie to the Ateneo Law School. The future partner of Agra & Agra wrote about the Right of First Refusal—Right or Faux Right? Defining Favorable Private Sector Rights in Government Contracts.