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by Marco Pantaleon With Great Books Seminar 2021 […]
by Therese Palilio and Kim Cajucom In the […]
by Atty. Lara Nicole Gonzales Christmas has always […]
Universality, a concept contained within the very name […]
Dear friends and volunteers of the Universitas Foundation, […]
by William Galvez & Atty. Lara Nicole Gonzales […]
JANUARY 14, 2020, Pasig City – As the […]
by Atty. Lara Nicole Gonzales and William Galvez […]
This article was originally published by the World Youth Alliance […]
by Francis Perez Last August 12, the Universitas […]
“Knowledge is all the possible answers to all […]
by Marco Pantaleon Last July 25 to 29, […]
Engr. Daniel Icasiano, MBA, (second from right, front […]
Atty. Alex Lacson (8th from the left, standing) poses with the attendees during the UFN by Francis Perez The Universitas Fellows’ Night […]
Four of six new Universitas lawyers, Attorneys Ted […]
Dr. Angelo Porciuncula relates his experiences in handling […]
by Lance Nolasco “You might be wondering what […]
A group photo of the kids, their parents, […]
WYA President Lord Pomperada with officers of Universitas […]
As the new year began, Universitas took the opportunity last January 3 to 4 to visit the city dubbed as the “Fount of Christianity in the Far East”, Cebu City. They were hosted by Dr. Bernadette Moscoso. With the help of some friends, the CEO had the chance to give a half-day talk to some of the clerks, post-grad interns, residents, and consultants in Cebu Doctors University Hospital (CDUH).
Speakers and participants of the leadership course with […]
The bar candidates (L-R): Dardecs Villanueva, Philip Padlan, […]
Standing-room only. Audience show varied reactions to the […]
L to R: Belhurvier Ricablanca, Carlos Padrigo, Raphael […]
Inquies Pro Lege 2018 continued Week 2 of […]
Last Saturday, July 7, 2018, Inquies Pro Lege […]
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.
Dr. Bernardo Villegas presenting statistics orienting the young […]
Before the start of the extended four-month summer […]
Planning to make business investments in the near […]