For Ronald, lawyering is his contribution to society – serving justice and serving with excellence.
He had more than a decade of experience in the legal profession before migrating to Canada. He was mainly engaged in litigation practice in civil, criminal, special proceedings, administrative, family, and labour and employment areas.
He was born and raised in Sorsogon City, Philippines and spent most of his legal career in the National Capital Region, specifically in Quezon City, Philippines.
After graduating from law school, he initially worked in a law firm and private companies before he served as Public Defender for more than eight years. Eventually, he was appointed as Public Prosecutor, and represented the State for more than two years.
His exposure to a wide array of cases contributed to the development of his notable interpersonal skills, adaptability, and exceptional client service. He was awarded for his outstanding work ethic, integrity, thoroughness and commitment to work.
He is a holder of a Certificate of Qualification from The National Committee on Accreditation [NCA] of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada.
Education & Professional
Admitted to the Law Society of Saskatchewan, 2020
NCA Certificate of Qualification, National Committee on Accreditation of the
Federation of Law Societies of Canada, April 12, 2019
Admitted to Philippine Bar, 2007
Bachelor of Laws, San Beda College, Manila, Philippines, 2006
Civil Service Career Eligible (Professional, Philippines), 2002
Bachelor of Arts – Major in Philosophy, Minor in Social Science, Our Lady of
Peñafrancia Seminary, 2001
Civil Service Career Eligible (Sub-Professional, Philippines), 1999
Associations & Activities
Including Professional Associations, Community Activities & Public Services
Member of the Canadian Bar Association
Integrated Bar of the Philippines (2007-present)
Quezon City Prosecutors’ League, Inc. (2016-2018)
Prosecutors’ League of the Philippines, Inc. (2016-2018)
San Beda College of Law Legal Aid Bureau (2005-2006)
Alliance for Alternative Action (2001-present)
Seminary Association of the Non-Ordained (2001-present)