Adel Tamano

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Adel Fadel A. Tamano
Adel Tamano (center) with his Top Management Team at the PLM
7th
In office
August 04, 2007 – November 30, 2009
Preceded by Dr. Benjamin G. Tayabas
Succeeded by Atty. Rafaelito M. Garayblas
Personal details
Born October 02, 1970
Philippines
Nationality Filipino
Alma mater Ateneo de Manila University
Harvard University
University of the Philippines
Profession Professor
Lawyer
Spokesman
Website www.adeltamano.ph

Adel Fadel Abbas Tamano (born October 2, 1970) is a Filipino lawyer and politician. He is the spokesperson of the United Opposition. He was president of the University of the City of Manila.[1][2][3]

Early life And career[change | edit source]

Tamano is the eighth son of the late Senator Mamintal Tamano and civic leader Hadja Putri Zorayda Abbas Tamano. Tamano is married to Rowena Kapunan, who is also a lawyer. They have two children.

During the 2007 elections, Tamano was the spokesperson for the United Opposition. He is also a member of Kapunan, Tamano, Villadolid & Associates. He lectures on legal writing at the Ateneo Law School, and on constitutional law at the Far Eastern University Institute of Law and the University of the City of Manila.

Education[change | edit source]

Tamano attended Jose Abad Santos Memorial School and La Salle Greenhills for his primary and secondary education. He went to the Ateneo de Manila University to study A.B. Economics and later law, graduating in 1992 and 1996 respectively. Thereafter, he attended the University of the Philippines and took a masters degree in Public Administration.

In June 2005, he matriculated in Harvard Law School's Master of Laws graduate program. He was the first Filipino Muslim to graduate from Harvard Law School.

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