Faith Desquitado joined Tavidell upon admission to the Philippine Bar in 2019. Prior to joining the legal profession, Ms. Desquitado worked as a writer for several book projects and publications. She has also been extensively exposed to matters concerning adoption, children’s rights, family law as well as administrative law, having worked under the Legal Service of the Department of Social Welfare and Development.
During law school, Ms. Desquitado has handled cases involving indigent litigants, as part of the University of the Philippines’ Office of Legal Aid. She has also served as an intern with the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel, exposing her to the legal concerns of GOCCs, particularly those involved in the water industry.
At present, she is handling civil, criminal, as well as land registration cases.
Ms. Desquitado is a member of the Philippine Bar, and the RSM (Rizal, San Juan and Mandaluyong) Chapter of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines.
University of the Philippines, College of Law, Juris Doctor, 2018
University of the Philippines, College of Mass Communication, Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Communication, 2013
Integrated Bar of the Philippines
Corporate and M&A
Fluent in English and Filipino