Learn it: Francesca Señga breaks down law school lingo
Atty. Francesca Señga decodes law school language for non-law students. The abogada posted a short but informative dictionary of what people saw in law school.
Señga jokingly matched common phrases to their corresponding law school terms. The abogada likened being careful to “diligence”, singlehood to “res nullius” and abogado aspirants’ obsession to alcohol as “habitual drinking.”
The abogada also posted some law school equivalents for hugots such as “dolo causante” for those left hanging and doing everything with the excuse of “good faith.” She even called stress as “rigor mortis” and used the law school term “res judicata” for people who will never get back together.
May latin phrase din kaya para sa sobrang bitter?