Project Jurisprudence - Philippines (PJP) blogs and re-blogs contents on laws and jurisprudence, including issues regarding government and politics in the Philippines. This blog was launched on May 5, 2017.

PJP's Facebook page was created on June 28, 2015 as "Know the Law PH." The page name was changed to "Project Jurisprudence - Philippines" on April 29, 2016.

PJP can be a venue to contribute to the community. Thus, the following goals were adopted: (1) to help young Filipinos know and understand the law; and (2) to encourage the study of the law.

To achieve these goals, the following specific objectives have been formulated:
  1. To create fun and educational videos about the law, appealing to high schoolers who are interested in studying the law;
  2. To provide free law books to underprivileged and deserving students of law, legal management, political science, accountancy and business management;
  3. To provide financial assistance to underprivileged and deserving students of law, legal management and political science;
  4. To publish free contents on our website that are helpful to students; and
  5. To form, assist and maintain a local community of law enthusiasts by conducting symposia, seminars and other interactions aimed at improving knowledge and understanding of the law.
Project Jurisprudence is connected with the following:

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/projectjuris;
YOUTUBE 1: https://www.youtube.com/c/projectjurisprudence;
YOUTUBE 2: https://www.youtube.com/c/projectjurisprudence2
EMAIL: info@projectjurisprudence.com.

For Project Jurisprudence's privacy policy, you may visit this page. If you do not feel like reading the whole privacy policy page, here's a summary for you:
  1. This blog itself does not collect data from you unless you email us or type any information in the comment section.
  2. This blog shows ads by Google Adsense which has its own Privacy Policy.
  3. This blog makes use of Google Analytics and other Blogger features which determine country-location, possible age, possible sex/gender and other reader information necessary to improve blog performance. You may opt to block this blog from determining your location. Regarding your possible age, possible sex/gender and other details, they are fed to us by Google Analytics.
  4. This blog makes use of demographics details in order to improve its content, nothing more.
  5. With the help of Google Analytics, this blog can also track how much time is spend on a page, which pages are active, which page is most popular and other statistics that do not require your personal information.
  6. This blog does not require your credit card, bank and other very sensitive information. If you want to donate, please email us at info@projectjurisprudence.com.
  7. If you email us at info@projectjurisprudence.com, we will not use your email address for any purpose other than emailing you back. You can email us to delete your email address in our records.