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The lawyer actually responded.
A 12th grade Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) student who's interested in pursuing law in the future decided to reach out to Atty. Chel Diokno for some much-appreciated career advice, and to his surprise, the human rights lawyer actually responded. A now-viral Facebook post from ...
 
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He was dedicated to the fight for freedom and human rights.
Aside from his Chel Tayo! Facebook Live series that has gotten traction among netizens, Atty. Chel Diokno is known as a human rights lawyer who also founded the De La Salle University College of Law. Currently, he also serves as the chairman of the Free ...
 
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He's practically like Mike Ross (minus all the fraud and deception).
Law school is known for having an arduous curriculum because of the nature of the profession. Before you even get to attend law school, you'll also need to have a degree in any pre-law course that's worth four or so years of ...
 
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Is law school something you want to pursue?
College is a battlefield, indeed. But law school is on another level that requires a certain skillset not everyone is equipped with. If pursuing legal education is something you're interested in, Atty. Chel Diokno's advice might prove useful.In his Facebook Live session ...
 
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She shares, "I was denied promotions, applications in different agencies because they thought that taking up law will be an obstacle for me in fulfilling my job.”
Life’s got a lot of twists and turns, but if you just keep at it long enough, you’ll see all your hard work pay off. At least, that’s the case for Atty. Mae Diane Azores. In case you didn’t know, Atty. Azores, who ...
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