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IBP asks SC to allow ‘remote roll signing’ for new lawyers

The IBP has requested the Supreme Court to allow the “remote signing” of the Roll of Attorneys for new lawyers with travel restrictions to Manila.

SC sets online oath-taking for 2019 Bar passers on June 25

The Supreme Court approved on Tuesday, June 9, a resolution allowing the conduct of the oath-taking ceremony of the 2019 Bar examination passers on June 25 via online video conference and linked to a government television network for broadcast.

SC authorizes more courts to conduct hearings via videoconferencing

The Supreme Court (SC) issued on Monday, May 18, a circular authorizing more courts across the country to conduct hearings through videoconferencing to address pending cases which have accumulated due to the Covid-19 lockdown.

SC orders resumption of raffle of cases nationwide via videocon

Saying that courts nationwide have been provided with the tech platform “Philippine Judiciary 365” which includes the Microsoft Teams application, the Supreme Court announced on Friday, May 8, the resumption of the raffle of newly filed cases through videoconferencing.

SC revamps website, unveils new public-friendly version

The SC's new website now includes a court locator directory for lower courts, an e-library of decisions and resolutions, and list of lawyers.

SC tech chief says IT consultant produced ‘nothing substantial’

During the 14th impeachment meeting of the House committee on justice tackled the hiring of Helen Macasaet as an IT consultant to improve the SC?s Enterprise Information Systems Plan (EISP).

Sereno camp: Nothing wrong with hiring of ICT consultant

ICT consultant Helen Macasaet was hired with an allegedly excessive compensation of P250,000 a month, which is higher than the P150,000 monthly salary of an SC justice.
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