Profile Description

DivinaLaw is a leading full-service law firm in the Philippines. The Firm takes pride in practicing “dynamic lawyering” by providing legal service that is prompt, proactive, and results-oriented. DivinaLaw offers depth and range in experience and resources, and a professional, collaborative work ethic—qualities that clients appreciate in an emerging and challenging market like the Philippines.

DivinaLaw’s clients include leading companies in the sectors of banking and finance, manufacturing, retail, power, oil and gas, education, healthcare and insurance, realty and property development, and technology.

DivinaLaw is the sole Philippine member of Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW), a top-rated international association of over 100 independent law firms from more than 50 countries. It is also the sole Philippine member of LEGALINK, a leading international association of independent law firms.

DivinaLaw has a partnership with 10 local law firms in key locations throughout the Philippines which strengthens the Firm’s corporate, commercial, and arbitration-related services.

Key People

Nilo T. Divina
Managing Partner

Nilo T. Divina is an expert in Philippine Commercial Law as a practitioner and professor with more than 3 decades of experience. He has been the Dean of the…

Alden Francis C. Gonzales
Senior Partner

Alden Francis C. Gonzales is the co-head of the Firm’s Dispute Resolution Group and head of the Firm’s Labor Practice Group. His practice areas are: Litigation,…

Estrella C. Elamparo
Senior Partner

Estrella C. Elamparo is the co-head of the Firm’s Dispute Resolution Group, and pioneer of the Firm’s Crisis Management and Communication Group. Her practice areas…

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