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The Office of the Solicitor General, the law firm of the Philippines, has officially started its legal internship program called "Patriots Wanted" for the  sixty-four (64) junior and senior law students all over the country, yesterday, at the OSG Building, Legaspi Village, Makati City.

The internship in the OSG involves a structured two-month legal training to outstanding law students from all over the country which is designed "to impart upon its participants a sense of patriotism and a deeper appreciation of public service."

Associate Solicitor General Karl Miranda, who heads the program since 2008, opened the program with the orientation at the Ambrosio Padilla Hall together with  Associate Solicitor Patrick Joseph Tapales.
ASG Karl Miranda orients the 65 OSG legal interns.
In a keynote address of Chief Solicitor General Francis Jardeleza, he stressed out that those people in the legal profession who opted to work in the government are patriots. He also said that there is a need to uphold “integrity in advocacy, and social justice through advocacy”.
Solicitor General Francis Jardeleza talking about  the  "patriots in the government".

The admission into its internship program is highly competitive with applicants going through a very rigorous selection process. The bases for admission are excellent grades, and leadership potential or experience.

Specific tasks of the OSG Interns are, among others, the review of cases, pleading drafting, attendance of court hearings, participation in lectures, seminars and workshops on various legal topics, and visits to courts and government offices. Interns will also have the chance to attend court hearings with OSG lawyers as well as attend lectures and seminars on various legal topics.

The 2013 Office of the Solicitor General legal interns are the following:

Arellano University
1. Rootbeer Marie Napiza

Ateneo de Manila University
1. Adrian Paul Bernardo
2. Noelle Jenina Buan
3. Keith Elbert King
4. Domingo Lucenario III
5. Carla Mariel Maglaya
6. Rosanne Jeli Magtanob
7. Anne Katherine Navarete
8. Karen Pascual
9. Ralbert John Neil Tibayan

De La Salle – Lipa
1. Jerueh Labro
2. Ismael Serrano

De La Salle University
1. Regine Delos Reyes
2. Redentor Feliciano
3. Emil Angelo Martinez
4. Othello Mendoza
5. Charity Pedrajas
6. Henry Tanbengco

DLSU-FEU Consortium
1. Arthur Dizon
2. Gwendolyn Marquez

Far Eastern University
1. Raymond Andes
2. Aljeane Torres

Northwestern University (Laoag)
1. Mona Liza Antonio

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
1. Ramon Christopher Ganan
2. Arfine Ingusan

San Beda College
1. Irene Mae Alcobilla
2. Hyacinth Aldueso
3. Jose Paulo Belarmino
4. Jansen Bernardo
5. Jolas Brutas
6. Joy Samantha Carungay
7. Angeline Chaves
8. Tracy Anne De Jesus
9. Estela Joy Intig
10. Kristine Grace Meneses
11. Janelle Mupas
12. Rea Niña Ocfemia
13. Reynold Orsua
14. Renz Pagayanan
15. Daniel Von Evan Panelo
16. Shiela Pasicolan
17. Vanessa Sanchez

St. Louis University (Baguio City)
1. Doreen Borricano

University of Santo Tomas
1. Arwin Cabanting
2. Kristine Jane Liu
3. Juan Karlo Silva

University of the Philippines
1. Jauhari Azis
2. Ranulfo Javelosa
3. Noel Christian Luciano
4. Daryl Ray Dumayas

San Sebastian College – Recoletos
1. John Stephen Humiwat
2. Gerlyn Fe Oyos

University of Negros Occidental -  Recoletos (Bacolod City)
1. Angelica Rojas
2. Ericson Cepida
3. Diana Fe Tan

University of San Carlos (Cebu City)
1. Kaitlin Mary Cor Cañada
2. Ruby Charmaine Gan
3. Alvin Clyde Gregorio
4. August Lizer Malate
5. Barbara Anne Ocaba
6. Hannica Rachel Arsia Ong
7. Athena Plaza
8. Felice Suzzane Soria

Mindanao State University (Marawi City)
1. JR Lopez Gonzales
2013 OSG legal interns under the Sedfrey Ordoñez Division still beaming after a hard day's work.
L-R (girls): Christine Liu, Angelica Rojas, Jerueh Labro, Estela Joy Intig
Clockwise from the left (guys): Domingo Lucenario III, JR Lopez Gonzales, and August Lizer Malate.
The OSG is tasked to stand as counsel for the People of the Philippines, the Philippine Government, its agencies and instrumentalities, officials, and agents (especially before the appellate courts) in any litigation or matter requiring the services of a lawyer.

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1 comments SolGen kicks off 2013 internship

  1. Such a really nice experience J. By the way, regards q ni RootBeer! :D
    Seriously, rootbeer jud? Awp. U take care diha J. See u soon! Sikhai, Polsci! :)


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