Mr. Molo combines valuable insight gained as a law clerk in the Supreme Court with years of “bet-the-company” litigation. He is the youngest lawyer to act as Lead Counsel on oral argument before the Philippine Supreme Court En Banc on a case of national importance (Belgica v. Executive Secretary) and win decisively.
As a technical consultant for legislators, economic zones, and other government interests, Mr. Molo is well-versed in public policy advocacy & reform. His experience in the academe and as a former consultant for a media conglomerate and a leading utilities firm affords key insight in the field of utilities regulation. He is especially adept in navigating the Philippine’s legislative and administrative processes.
Mr. Molo sat as a Director (Finance) of the Angara Centre for Law and Economics – a think-tank he founded along with other internationally trained and recognized scholars. He teaches Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Agency & Partnership Law, and Statutory Construction in the University of the Philippines’ College of Law and taught Foreclosure Litigation in the FEU-La Salle School of Law. He is part of the US Fulbright Competition’s Selection Committee, and is currently the Corporate Secretary and Trustee of the Harvard Law School Alumni Association of the Philippines
LL.M., Harvard Law School, 2009 | Fulbright Scholar
2009 Bachelor of Laws (cum laude, Ranked 3rd), University of the Philippines, 2003
Litigation – Appellate Practice, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Information Technology
Public Policy Reform & Advocacy