Franky Saring, Author at ACCESS MCLE

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Franky Saring

The pros and cons of on-demand learning setups for law students and lawyers

The pros and cons of on-demand learning setups for law students and lawyers March 1, 2022 Among the biggest struggles of the law profession gearing towards the future is the fact that most law schools today tend to remain traditional and generate “20th-century lawyers” when the world logically requires “21st-century lawyers.” This is according to …

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Cebu Access MCLE lecturer shares power, potential, possible pitfalls of blockchain technology

Access MCLE lecturer shares power, potential, possible pitfalls of blockchain technology January 6, 2022 BITCOIN, Ethereum and numerous other cryptocurrencies are on the rise, and people—including major financial institutions—are taking notice. Blockchain, particularly, has generated significant excitement, investment and entrepreneurial activity in recent years. And as it is gaining traction, it is also raising some …

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ACCESS pioneers again with the new flexible synchronous MCLE

ACCESS pioneers again with the new flexible synchronous MCLE November 14, 2021 MCLE or Mandatory Continuing Legal Education is composed of 36 unit courses that every Filipino lawyer should complete every 3 years. Otherwise, his practice before the courts will be affected, and his pleadings will not be recognized. In the past, MCLE was offered …

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Atty. Howard Calleja talks about ethical pitfalls in handling high-profile cases on e-platform ACCESS

Atty. Howard Calleja talks about ethical pitfalls in handling high-profile cases on e-platform ACCESS September 23, 2021 There is a unique degree of caution that must be observed by lawyers when taking on high-profile cases. This is so that justice is served and that fairness is upheld even when a case goes under intense public …

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