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HON. HIROMICHI MATSUO CHALLENGES IPL GRADUATES, LAWYERS-TO-BE IN KEYNOTE ADDRESS

HON. HIROMICHI MATSUO CHALLENGES IPL GRADUATES, LAWYERS-TO-BE IN KEYNOTE ADDRESS

From Left to Right: Atty. Oliver Tuazon, Hon. Hiromichi Matsuo and Mr. Isaac Tambunting   Inquies Pro Lege guest of honor and keynote speaker Hon. Hiromichi Matsuo, First Secretary of Embassy of Japan in the Philippines, challenged this year’s graduates to become righteous future lawyers. In […]

INQUIES PRO LEGE 2018 GRADUATION Speech of The Honorable Hiromichi Matsuo

INQUIES PRO LEGE 2018 GRADUATION Speech of The Honorable Hiromichi Matsuo

Atty. Oliver M. Tuazon, President and Chief Executive Officer of Universitas Foundation, and the other members of the Board of Trustees; Mr. Isaac Tambunting, Project Manager of the Inquies Pro Lege Summer Course and the entire staff of Inquies Pro Lege; the select graduates of […]

INQUIES PRO LEGE HELD GRADUATION LAST JULY 21

INQUIES PRO LEGE HELD GRADUATION LAST JULY 21

L to R: Belhurvier Ricablanca, Carlos Padrigo, Raphael Chua, Marco Pantaleon, Miguel Rillorta, Isaac Tambunting, Hon. Hiromichi Matsuo, Atty. Oliver Tuazon, JP Socrates, Alfonso David, Paul Uy, Robby de Guzman, and Botan Belen   Following what has become a yearly tradition for Inquies Pro Lege […]

First Secretary of Japanese Embassy to be Guest of Honor & Speaker at IPL 2018 Graduation

First Secretary of Japanese Embassy to be Guest of Honor & Speaker at IPL 2018 Graduation

On the 21 st of July, the First Secretary of the Embassy of Japan (in the Philippines) Hiromichi Matsuo will deliver the graduation address to the participants of Inquies Pro Lege 2018 as the program’s Guest of Honor and Speaker at Samar Study Center in […]

WITHSTANDING THE PRESSURES OF PRESTIGE: IPL Lawyer-Alumni share their Bar Exam Experience

WITHSTANDING THE PRESSURES OF PRESTIGE: IPL Lawyer-Alumni share their Bar Exam Experience

Although not quite on the same magnitude as the elections, the release of the Bar Exam results on the 26th of April drew similar levels of uncontained excitement, joy, and anticipation that welcomed a new batch of lawyers.

For all its worth, this enthusiasm feels justified especially as the prestigious Bar exam is considered as, if not the toughest, one of the most difficult tests in the country, known for selecting only the best and the brightest of the country’s law graduates each year. Indeed, after years spent toiling in law schools and long hours of intense preparation, these individuals can now call themselves lawyers. The road, however, is not a singular path and for some, they have decided to pursue the road less taken. These include three Bar Exam passers and now rightfully called attorneys: Atty. Oliver Tuazon, Atty. Laurence Soriao, and Atty. Kyle Bollozos.