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Philippine Solicitor General will defend President Duterte’s declaration of martial law in Mindanao at the Supreme Court, if there is a complaint

Published May 26, 2017, 4:59 PM

By Argyll Cyrus Geducos

The Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) on Friday said it will defend President Duterte’s declaration of martial law in Mindanao at the Supreme Court (SC) in the event that someone files a petition. 375 more words

Column: The unfortunate Calida, ‘16th Justice’

Published on February 21, 2017.

I have not met Solicitor General Jose Calida, but his reputation precedes him. He likes, shall we say, to cut a figure. 652 more words

Readings In Politics

Case Brief: Tiu v Court of Appeals

G.R. No. 162370     April 21, 2009

DAVID TIU

v. 

COURT OF APPEALS 

Facts:

The case stemmed from a criminal charge for slight physical injuries filed by Edgardo Postanes (Postanes) against Remigio Pasion (Pasion). 517 more words

Case Digests

Alberta appoints new chief medical examiner with extensive experience in forensic pathology

A forensic pathologist has been appointed Alberta’s new chief medical examiner.

Dr. Elizabeth Brooks-Lim has been appointed to the position after serving as interim acting chief medical examiner since July. 325 more words

News

Facets of civil law by Prerna Bhargava

 Law is a field that attracts maximum admission all around the world it is said to be a “study of anyone who is none.” Lawyer is someone who is adroit in the ‘circumvention of the law.’ The notion of a lawyer examines him as one who is very much skilled in finding ambiguity and inadequacy in the framework but we cannot deny that to do that one have knowledge in depths of subjects of law .Luminaries of the world from writers to politicians to freedom fighters, lawyers have donned many hats. 786 more words

Student Blog

George Brandis’ Coffee Table Resigns Following A Clash With His BookShelf

Attorney-General George Brandis has today issued a statement announcing that the coffee table in his office has offered its resignation. The resignation, which Mr Brandis has accepted, follows repeated clashes between the table and the Attorney-General’s bookshelf. 178 more words

The UnAustralian

Democracy being dealt a deadly blow

We have in Austrailia at the moment a stoush between the nation’s two most senior law officers – the elected Attorney General and the Public Sector’s Solicitor General. 156 more words

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