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§11. The Honorary Fellow has the following additional duties: A. Provides counsel, support and feedback regardi ng JO’s operation and function. B. Provides external guidance and share knowledge, expertise and experience with the Officers and JO. C. To know and comply with the Constitution, documents, and other regulations set by the Officers. §12. Honorary Fellows are not conferred the rights stated in Article IV. §2. (c), (d), (e) and (f) and is not obligated to pay the Fellowship Fee. §13. A Patron must a person of good moral character, and is of good standing in the community who is: A. A prominent member of the legal profession, and/or B. A prominent person from another sector of the University or Community, and/or C. A Juris Orbis alumnus who served as a fellow or an officer. §14. An Official Resolution recognizing a Patron is given after he is evaluated and voted in favor upon by the majority of the Officers and officially invited to be part of JO. Only an Official Resolution may end his indefinite term.
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§15. The Patron has the following additional duties: A. Provide counsel, suppo rt and feedback regarding JO’s operation and function. B. Provide external guidance and share knowledge, expertise and experience with the Officers and JO. C. Provide financial or other tangible support to JO. D. To know and comply with the Constitution, documents, and other regulations set by the Officers. §16. Patrons are not conferred the rights stated in Article IV. §2. (c), (d), (e) and (f) and pay four (4) times the amount of the Fellowship Fee only once. §17. Application for Official Fellowship is done in the Organizational Festival, or by JO media outlets. No application for Official Fellowship shall be accepted during the latter half of the First Semester, unless otherwise justified by the applicant through a letter and conferred by the officers through an Official Resolution, and the whole duration of the Second Semester. §18. A letter is used to recommend a potential Honorary Fellow and is then processed & approved by the majority of officers. §19. Patronship could be attained through: A. A letter recommending a potential Patron, or B. A letter of voluntary application. The letter is then processed and approved by the majority of officers. §20. A Certificate is given to Official and Honorary Fellows, and Patrons completing the term of two (2) Regular Semesters (1st and 2nd Semester). §21. A person who becomes an Official, Honorary Fellow, or Patron takes the following oath or affirmation:
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I, do solemnly swear (or affirm), that I will faithfully and conscientiously execute my duties as an Official/Honorary Fellow/Patron, build a just and benevolent community, secure our rights, privileges and the common good, safeguard and develop our natural abilities, faculties and aptitude, advance unity, preserve and defend our Constitution, and consecrate myself to the service of the community. So help me God. (In case of affirmation, omit the last sentence.) §22. Any fellow may be suspended for the following reasons: A. Conduct expressly contrary to this Constitution, B.
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