Atty. Howard Chan

Author's details

Name: Howard
Date registered: August 6, 2011
URL: http://uberdigests.info

Biography

Howard Chan has been blogging since 2010. He was a former car wash boy, laborer, service crew, house painter, term paper trafficker, call center agent, virtual assistant, and website manager - all these he did to support his studies. He passed the 2014 Bar Exams and was admitted to the practice of law in April 2015. As a lawyer, he intends to continue his advocacy of fighting injustice. Note: This is his second profile on this blog. He wrote articles before under the name "UberChan" [now Howard Chan (The Student)]. This second profile is created for the purpose of distinguishing articles he wrote when he was a working student from articles he wrote when he's already a lawyer.

Latest posts

  1. Arguing in Court vs Arguing Elsewhere — February 22, 2017
  2. International Basketball Should Have Height Divisions! — April 10, 2016
  3. On Pinoy Celebrities… — January 24, 2016
  4. On Parenthood… — January 22, 2016
  5. NPA: The government’s convenient excuse — November 7, 2015

Author's posts listings

Hibang na ba ang Pinoy sa Gluta?

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Sa tuwing bubuksan ko ang Facebook ko, tumatambad sa feeds ko and ‘di mabilang na mga posts tungkol sa mga samu’t saring pampaputi. Sa totoo lang, nakakabadtrip na! Wala namang masama, per se, kung gusto ng isang tao na magpapaputi ng balat. Ang nakakabad trip ay ang ipagduldulan sa mukha natin …

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From Laborer to Lawyer

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Yep, I was once a service crew. It was a fun job if you’re in the kitchen – away from picky and entitled customers. People used to make fun of us especially them rich kids. So much so that I developed a disdain against rich kids and rich people in general. Admittedly, …

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Common Myths Propagated By Scammers to “Legitimize” Pyramiding in the Philippines

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Recently, there’s been a huge increase in the number of people victimized by pyramiding, Ponzi, and investment scams. At this day and age, it is still surprising to find that so many people are fooled by these scams especially so that the modus operandi of these scams had already been exposed …

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