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Episode 6: Changing the Status Quo with VP Leni

As we celebrate the Rule of Law Month this September, the Open Bar, a monthly podcast initiated by the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) Eastern Visayas Region, brings to you Her Excellency, Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Gerona Robredo. A female lawyer, Vice President Robredo has dedicated significant portions of her career to government service, legislative work as a former congresswoman, counsel for indigents at the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO), and as an alternative lawyer for Sentro ng Alternatibong Lingap Panlegal (SALIGAN). In this special episode, she expressed her insights in the handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, which is now on its sixth month in the Philippines, the impact of women leaders, and the initiatives of the Office of the Vice-President (OVP) in dealing with the ongoing public health crisis. The Vice-President also shared her personal experiences on the difficulties of studying law and the lessons she had learned after taking the Philippine Bar Examinations twice. She also recounted the days of being a public service lawyer which plays a pivotal role in assuming the role of Vice-President. As a final note, VP Leni calls lawyers to question and challenge the status quo as instruments of justice. In a special segment, IBP Leyte shared its programs and initiatives. Production & Direction: Atty. Ian Vincent Manticajon Editorial Assistance: Atty. Christopher John Menguito Cover Art: Vincent Pepito Cover Layout: Resty Arintoc Content Consultant: Atty. King Anthony Perez Music: bensound.com

46 min1 w ago
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Episode 6: Changing the Status Quo with VP Leni

Episode 5 - Technology Meets the Law: The Study of Law Under the New Normal

Philippine Association of Law Schools (PALS) Atty. Marisol Anenias spills the details of the necessary preparations and adjustments made among law schools to meet the challenges of the new normal as we continue to battle the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Universidad de Manila College of Law Dean is also the first female guest of the Open Bar. Highlights of this episode are the following: • Collaboration of law schools “We (law school deans) started with sharing (our experiences) and I believe it is a good way to do baby steps on what we are planning to do”. • Student admissions “There are some areas where admissions are affected. It’s not just the schools themselves, some students feel that it is not yet the right time (to enroll).” • Learning management systems “One of the disadvantages is that the internet infrastructure is not strong and I hope the government can remedy that”. • PALS Live Lecture Series “There are possibilities here because you know you just don’t limit yourself to the four walls of the classrooms in your college. Now, it’s a universal classroom.” • Mental health of students- “The stress is exponential and aggravated.” • Challenges of law professors “This is a full-length semester where you are able to prepare. This is also a time to check whether we are as effective. This is only the way to go, we have no other way to reach students. We cannot do face-to-face classes this time because it is not safe.” • Clinical Legal Education requirement for future Bar Exam takers “legal aid through instructional materials on online platforms, test areas of electronic legal aid have commenced” • Tips for law students “Use the technology to your advantage. Read, learn, persevere. Don’t just limit yourself because we are not built that way. We are built to keep learning and find out new things”. In a special segment, IBP Northern Samar shares its programs and initiatives. Production & Direction: Atty. Ian Vincent Manticajon Editorial Assistance: Atty. Christopher John Menguito Cover Art: Vincent Pepito Cover Layout: Resty Arintoc Content Consultant: Atty. King Anthony Perez Music: bensound.com

38 minAUG 31
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Episode 5 - Technology Meets the Law: The Study of Law Under the New Normal

Episode 4 - Surviving and Moving Forward from Covid-19

Senator Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara shared his thoughts about the responses and effects of the Covid-19 pandemic during this episode of Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) Eastern Visayas Podcast “Open Bar”. Here are some highlights of this episode: • Assessment on government’s response: “There’s a room for improvement on systemic interventions. Contact tracing needs improvement. The next challenge is the individual responses to the pandemic once the economy is reopened.” • Proposed legislations to solve health crisis Bayanihan to Recover As One Act, Senate Bill 1469 to promote digital transformation, especially for the gig economy. • Funding of economic initiatives to ease the effects of the pandemic: Budget realignments, reduction of corporate taxes, passage of Accelerated Recovery and Investments Stimulus for the Economy or ARISE Philippines Act in the Lower House. • Lawyers and the pandemic: “Lawyers’ role very important, there were a lot of new situations and people didn’t know how to react”. • Courts and Covid-19: Chance to re-evaluate their operations and take advantage of technology. • Slow internet speed: “We have to work on it. DICT, NTC should push telco players.” • Resumption of classes: No face-to-face, only blended learning. In a special segment, IBP Southern Leyte shared its programs and initiatives. Production & Direction: Atty. Ian Vincent Manticajon Editorial Assistance: Atty. Christopher John Menguito Cover Art: Vincent Pepito Cover Layout: Resty Arintoc Content Consultant: Atty. King Anthony Perez Music: bensound.com

40 minJUL 28
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Episode 4 - Surviving and Moving Forward from Covid-19

Episode 3 - IBP Initiatives Amid COVID Challenges

What is the Integrated Bar of the Philippines up to these days? What is the role of the IBP in this pandemic? How can the IBP possibly address some of the common professional and personal challenges lawyers are facing at this time of the pandemic? These and other topics about online MCLE, e-Justice, and e-notarization are addressed by no less than the IBP National President, ATTY. DOMINGO EGON CAYOSA, in this episode of Open Bar. Music: bensound.com

43 minJUN 29
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Episode 3 - IBP Initiatives Amid COVID Challenges

Episode 2 - All Rise! The Court is Now in e-Session

COVID-19 has changed the world as we knew it. As we adapt and adjust to a new normal, lawyers, litigants and the public need to understand how the court system would work through technology. In this episode dubbed, “All Rise! The Court is Now in e-Session”, Open Bar tackles the idea of transitioning the legal processes to an online, electronic technology-based system, including on-line submission of pleadings, motions, and original evidence. Joining us in this episode is ATTY. THEODORE "TED" TE, former spokesperson of the Supreme Court, UP Law professor, and co-author of the policy paper, 'Building a Resilient Judicial System'. Music by: www.bensound.com

55 minMAY 18
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Episode 2 - All Rise! The Court is Now in e-Session

Episode 1 - The ABS-CBN Franchise Question

This maiden episode of OPEN BAR was recorded on March 7, 2020 and was supposed to be released on March 15 amid the controversy on the ABS-CBN franchise. But the COVID-19 pandemic overtook all our attention. Then the NTC’s May 5 cease and desist order against ABS-CBN’s broadcast operations has caused a wave of reactions from netizens. In this episode we are joined by Atty. Romel R. Bagares who guides us beyond the headlines and into the socio-legal issues surrounding the ABS-CBN franchise. In a special segment, the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) Eastern Visayas Region and the IBP Cebu Chapter brief us about their programs and initiatives in moving forward amid the uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic.

42 minMAY 8
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Episode 1 - The ABS-CBN Franchise Question
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Latest Episodes

Episode 6: Changing the Status Quo with VP Leni

As we celebrate the Rule of Law Month this September, the Open Bar, a monthly podcast initiated by the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) Eastern Visayas Region, brings to you Her Excellency, Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Gerona Robredo. A female lawyer, Vice President Robredo has dedicated significant portions of her career to government service, legislative work as a former congresswoman, counsel for indigents at the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO), and as an alternative lawyer for Sentro ng Alternatibong Lingap Panlegal (SALIGAN). In this special episode, she expressed her insights in the handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, which is now on its sixth month in the Philippines, the impact of women leaders, and the initiatives of the Office of the Vice-President (OVP) in dealing with the ongoing public health crisis. The Vice-President also shared her personal experiences on the difficulties of studying law and the lessons she had learned after taking the Philippine Bar Examinations twice. She also recounted the days of being a public service lawyer which plays a pivotal role in assuming the role of Vice-President. As a final note, VP Leni calls lawyers to question and challenge the status quo as instruments of justice. In a special segment, IBP Leyte shared its programs and initiatives. Production & Direction: Atty. Ian Vincent Manticajon Editorial Assistance: Atty. Christopher John Menguito Cover Art: Vincent Pepito Cover Layout: Resty Arintoc Content Consultant: Atty. King Anthony Perez Music: bensound.com

46 min1 w ago
Comments
Episode 6: Changing the Status Quo with VP Leni

Episode 5 - Technology Meets the Law: The Study of Law Under the New Normal

Philippine Association of Law Schools (PALS) Atty. Marisol Anenias spills the details of the necessary preparations and adjustments made among law schools to meet the challenges of the new normal as we continue to battle the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Universidad de Manila College of Law Dean is also the first female guest of the Open Bar. Highlights of this episode are the following: • Collaboration of law schools “We (law school deans) started with sharing (our experiences) and I believe it is a good way to do baby steps on what we are planning to do”. • Student admissions “There are some areas where admissions are affected. It’s not just the schools themselves, some students feel that it is not yet the right time (to enroll).” • Learning management systems “One of the disadvantages is that the internet infrastructure is not strong and I hope the government can remedy that”. • PALS Live Lecture Series “There are possibilities here because you know you just don’t limit yourself to the four walls of the classrooms in your college. Now, it’s a universal classroom.” • Mental health of students- “The stress is exponential and aggravated.” • Challenges of law professors “This is a full-length semester where you are able to prepare. This is also a time to check whether we are as effective. This is only the way to go, we have no other way to reach students. We cannot do face-to-face classes this time because it is not safe.” • Clinical Legal Education requirement for future Bar Exam takers “legal aid through instructional materials on online platforms, test areas of electronic legal aid have commenced” • Tips for law students “Use the technology to your advantage. Read, learn, persevere. Don’t just limit yourself because we are not built that way. We are built to keep learning and find out new things”. In a special segment, IBP Northern Samar shares its programs and initiatives. Production & Direction: Atty. Ian Vincent Manticajon Editorial Assistance: Atty. Christopher John Menguito Cover Art: Vincent Pepito Cover Layout: Resty Arintoc Content Consultant: Atty. King Anthony Perez Music: bensound.com

38 minAUG 31
Comments
Episode 5 - Technology Meets the Law: The Study of Law Under the New Normal

Episode 4 - Surviving and Moving Forward from Covid-19

Senator Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara shared his thoughts about the responses and effects of the Covid-19 pandemic during this episode of Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) Eastern Visayas Podcast “Open Bar”. Here are some highlights of this episode: • Assessment on government’s response: “There’s a room for improvement on systemic interventions. Contact tracing needs improvement. The next challenge is the individual responses to the pandemic once the economy is reopened.” • Proposed legislations to solve health crisis Bayanihan to Recover As One Act, Senate Bill 1469 to promote digital transformation, especially for the gig economy. • Funding of economic initiatives to ease the effects of the pandemic: Budget realignments, reduction of corporate taxes, passage of Accelerated Recovery and Investments Stimulus for the Economy or ARISE Philippines Act in the Lower House. • Lawyers and the pandemic: “Lawyers’ role very important, there were a lot of new situations and people didn’t know how to react”. • Courts and Covid-19: Chance to re-evaluate their operations and take advantage of technology. • Slow internet speed: “We have to work on it. DICT, NTC should push telco players.” • Resumption of classes: No face-to-face, only blended learning. In a special segment, IBP Southern Leyte shared its programs and initiatives. Production & Direction: Atty. Ian Vincent Manticajon Editorial Assistance: Atty. Christopher John Menguito Cover Art: Vincent Pepito Cover Layout: Resty Arintoc Content Consultant: Atty. King Anthony Perez Music: bensound.com

40 minJUL 28
Comments
Episode 4 - Surviving and Moving Forward from Covid-19

Episode 3 - IBP Initiatives Amid COVID Challenges

What is the Integrated Bar of the Philippines up to these days? What is the role of the IBP in this pandemic? How can the IBP possibly address some of the common professional and personal challenges lawyers are facing at this time of the pandemic? These and other topics about online MCLE, e-Justice, and e-notarization are addressed by no less than the IBP National President, ATTY. DOMINGO EGON CAYOSA, in this episode of Open Bar. Music: bensound.com

43 minJUN 29
Comments
Episode 3 - IBP Initiatives Amid COVID Challenges

Episode 2 - All Rise! The Court is Now in e-Session

COVID-19 has changed the world as we knew it. As we adapt and adjust to a new normal, lawyers, litigants and the public need to understand how the court system would work through technology. In this episode dubbed, “All Rise! The Court is Now in e-Session”, Open Bar tackles the idea of transitioning the legal processes to an online, electronic technology-based system, including on-line submission of pleadings, motions, and original evidence. Joining us in this episode is ATTY. THEODORE "TED" TE, former spokesperson of the Supreme Court, UP Law professor, and co-author of the policy paper, 'Building a Resilient Judicial System'. Music by: www.bensound.com

55 minMAY 18
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Episode 2 - All Rise! The Court is Now in e-Session

Episode 1 - The ABS-CBN Franchise Question

This maiden episode of OPEN BAR was recorded on March 7, 2020 and was supposed to be released on March 15 amid the controversy on the ABS-CBN franchise. But the COVID-19 pandemic overtook all our attention. Then the NTC’s May 5 cease and desist order against ABS-CBN’s broadcast operations has caused a wave of reactions from netizens. In this episode we are joined by Atty. Romel R. Bagares who guides us beyond the headlines and into the socio-legal issues surrounding the ABS-CBN franchise. In a special segment, the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) Eastern Visayas Region and the IBP Cebu Chapter brief us about their programs and initiatives in moving forward amid the uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic.

42 minMAY 8
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Episode 1 - The ABS-CBN Franchise Question
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