Scire Licet

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Oct 8, 2009

About

The Blog

Scire Licet serves as a legal knowledge base for law students and those who are simply interested in the law. Contents are mostly case digests, law primers and notes designed as memory aids. Politics and news & current events may be touched upon but are not the main focus. This is not an opinion blog.

Scire Licet is a latin term, meaning "I permit you to know." It is often shortened to scilicet, meaning "to wit" or "namely." It means the same as viz and is indicated with the symbol "S.S"


Updates

Scire Licet is updated every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Tuesdays and Wednesdays, unless otherwise announced or on hiatus, whether announced or unannounced.


History

Scire Licet was created on April 17, 2008 and is an off-shoot of an old, largely personal blog, From the Mind of a Twit. The decision to create a separate legal blog (or blawg, as they are now called) was spurred by the need for more concentrated effort to provide legal knowledge and general awareness of what the law is, not just to law students, but to the public in general.


The Blogger

Atty. Jo Feliz Marie M. dela Calzada (Cebu City)
Admitted to the Bar April 29, 2010
2009 Bar Exam Passer
LLB, University of San Jose - Recoletos
AB Mass Communication major in Journalism, University of San Jose - Recoletos