By Russel Renz R. Garcia (JD 1) The implementation of an effective solid waste management plan is a global dilemma. There is an endless generation of waste from man’s activity, which is practically inevitable as a result of industrialization. Although many groups advocate for its reduction, they will always rely on the strict implementation of … Continue reading A Review on the Compliance of Bacolod City Government with the Solid Waste Management
By April Therese Escarda and Dheenise Eiver Villaruz (JD1) Personality is a concomitant factor in many kinds of behavior, one of which is associating with criminal demeanor. To fully ascertain what constitutes a criminal, we must first understand the personality of a person. Further, this research focuses on the lived experiences of psychologically-ill individuals who … Continue reading Behind the Tears of Hope: A Correlational Study Between the Role of Mental Health Experts and Anti-Crime Authorities in Resolving the Unlawfulness Charged Against Psychologically-Ill Individuals
By Eunice Ciocon, Mark Leonar and Micole Locsin (JD 1) In Asia, Philippines is regarded one of the countries that gives high regard for women. Equal protection and opportunity is upheld by women advocates. There is no denial that part of this success, especially by working women allowed women to have jobs that can afford … Continue reading Prevalence Rate of Road Related Harassment Among Female Drivers of Private Vehicles
By Edward Allen B. Acevedo (JD1 2020-2021) If you ask an average Filipino or an average Filipino family if he wants to be financially or economically prepared in, or for the future, the typical and obvious answer would be a “YES”, but most Filipinos rarely hear and understand ESTATE PLANNING. Estate PLANNING is a word … Continue reading ESTATE PLANNING: Legal and Economic Implications of Proper Estate Planning or Lack thereof of Filipino Families earning Low to Average Income.
From the time of the outbreak of COVID - 19 in the Philippines, healthcare workersparticularly the nurses have been on the frontlines of the response. When the risingcases ultimately revealed how flawed our healthcare system is, the same goes for theworking conditions and salaries of our nurses who are frontliners in this crisis. Truly,being on … Continue reading The Working Conditions of Overworked and Underpaid Nurses in the Philippines during a Pandemic
An Abstract Submitted By Marben Tan, Jason Villarosa, and Isidro Victor Villarosa The war on drugs has always been the top agenda of Duterte Administration. Evidently, drug-abuse problem has become a global pandemic. In this research paper, This study aims to show the negative effects of drug addiction; on how it affects and destroys the … Continue reading Drug Abuse and Crimes in San Carlos City: Can the Society Break this Connection with the Help of the Community-Based Drug Rehabilitation?
Abstract by Franz Hughanne Ramos Tionko and Priscilla Marie Cammayo Rivero (JD1 SY 2020-2021) Rape, Sexual Assault and Molestation cases have increased throughout time and are stillescalating. These problems never left our society and have greatly impacted the lives of those who had experienced them first hand. While there have been various studies made to … Continue reading A Study about Rape, Sexual Assault and Molestations in its Legal and Psychological Aspects
Abstract by Resa Jane B. Solidarios and Ely Nino M. Azuelo (JD1 SY 2020-2021) The process of Business Permits in every Local Government Unit has always been a handful since there are requirements needed to comply upon renewal or application. The whole process is already tiring not to mention the assessment of fees needed to … Continue reading Shifting into Database Management System: Sustainability of LGU in adapting with Technology Advancement
Abstract by Jezuel Jay G. Bayta and Naphtalie Paulle S. Betia (JD1 SY 2020-2021) The global pandemic brought by COVID-19 evolves at unprecedented speed and scale which creates a new normal way of life. For consumers, the most immediate impact is fear, not just for personal safety but also for the economic impact. In particular, … Continue reading A Study Concerning Data Privacy Issue of Mobile Banking User and Other e-Wallet Servicing Applications in the City of Bacolod
Abstract by Mico Angelo M. Maestro (JD1 SY 2020-2021) In 2018, about 4.5 million Filipinos out of the 106 million total population are homeless or dwells in informal settlements. To respond to problems brought by rapid urbanization, the balanced housing principle of the Urban Development and Housing Act procured strategic measures to respond to the … Continue reading Iskwater sa Sariling Bayan: A Policy Brief on the Balanced Housing Policy Specifically the Amended Section 18 of the Urban Development and Housing Act of 1992