•     

         The Office of the Solicitor General is the law firm of the Republic of the Philippines. It is tasked to represent 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.

  •  

     

    It is with great privilege that I welcome you to the official page of the Office of the Solicitor General.

     

    read more

     

  •  

     

    Since its inception in 1901, the Philippines has been represented by forty-five Solicitors General. Browse through their brief profiles and get to know these extraordinary leaders.
     
Today is:Thursday, 24 July 2014

Office of the Solicitor General

[News Report] Aquino Appoints new CTA head


MANILA, Philippines --- Malacañang disclosed yesterday that President Benigno S. Aquino III has appointed Assistant Solicitor General Roman G. Del Rosario as the new presiding justice of the Court of Tax Appeals (CTA).

Del Rosario will replace Ernesto D. Acosta, the first and last presiding justice of the Court of Tax Appeals before the passage of Republic Act (RA) 9282, which expanded its jurisdiction from civil tax cases to include cases that are criminal in nature, as well as local tax cases, property taxes, and final collection of taxes.

Read more...
 

Women's Month

 

 

 

OSG Appoints New Legal Officers


The Office of the Solicitor General (OSG), in its commitment to provide quality legal service, has intensified efforts in hiring top notch lawyers and recent law graduates through its aggressive and dedicated Selection Board. Last January 21, 2013, the OSG appointed four (4) Legal Officers who all took their oath before Solicitor General Francis H. Jardeleza and their respective Divisions’ Assistant Solicitors General, namely: ASG Roman del Rosario, ASG Rex Bernardo Pascual, and ASG Sarah Fernandez.

The newly-appointed Legal Officers are: (1) Pauline Alejandre, a recipient of the Dean’s Medalist for Academic Excellence, who graduated 17th in her class at the University of the Philippines (UP) College of Law; (2) Johvie Valenton, who also graduated from the UP College of Law and served as a legal intern for the OSG while being part of various research endeavors; (3) Jhoan Andrei Inciong, likewise a graduate of the UP College of Law and a former intern at the UP Law Center-Institute for International Legal Studies; and (4) Angeli Albaña, who finished 9th in her class at the University of Santo Tomas and had various work experiences in large, well-known private companies.

With the recent hiring of these young, bright minds, the OSG remains steadfast in its search for more highly qualified and competent people from top law schools in the country. This, the OSG believes, would result in providing only the best representation for the People and the Republic.

 

 

 

 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Page 2 of 13


  • An Image Slideshow
  • An Image Slideshow