Once in a while, you may find yourself in a situation where you need to pick the brains of a lawyer. If such a time comes or when you simply want to learn the legal aspects of matters you’re curious about, there are YouTube vlogs that discuss Philippine laws. Check the following channels and see if they have addressed issues you want to know about.
1. BATASnatin – Learn And Engage Your Critical Thinking
Labeled as “your source of live free online legal advice and top-notch legal services,” BATASnatin entertains any legal question, and one segment of the channel is the Free Legal Advice Q & A with Atty. Libayan, where he goes live to answer questions posted on the comment section. BATASnatin has a website as well for more resources.
2. Kuya Mark Tolentino YouTube Channel – Making Philippine Laws Simple And Easy
With its claim “making Philippine laws simple and easy,” the channel of Atty. Mark Tolentino has Audio on Demand, where he features callers who seek free legal advice. He also posts videos of his DXBC RMN Butuan Kini ang Balaod (This Is the Law) program in Bisaya.
3. Bacon Palacio YouTube Channel – Learn Philippine Labor Laws
The channel of Atty. Aldrin “Bacon” Palacio focuses on Philippine labor laws. He has covered topics like workplace gender-based sexual harassment, separation pay, and more. His videos are in Tagalog with English subtitles.
4. Batas Pinoy – Learn General Information About Philippine Laws
Atty. Rogelio Wong gives general information about Philippine laws through Batas Pinoy. He welcomes questions that are either asked through the comment section or his email, which is listed on the About page of the channel. Some of these queries are used as topics for his vlogs. There are videos about land titles, cyber libels, swindling or estafa, and so on.
5. Atty. Tam Gonzales YouTube Channel
Among the videos Atty. Tam Gonzales posts are about his own personal experiences as a trial lawyer. He injects hilarity into his informative vlogs that make him relatable. It’s also his channel’s goal to provide laymen with a basic and simple understanding of the law.
Litigation can be intimidating. While these YouTube channels serve educational purposes only and won’t replace legal advice, watching their vlogs can be a good first step for people who want to be informed about the Philippine laws.