Mark Timothy K. Bullo, is an Associate and a member of the Litigation, Corporate, and Technology Departments of the Firm.

Mark began his legal career as a lawyer under the Consultative Committee to Review the 1987 Constitution. He served as Legal Assistant and helped introduce a proposed Article on National Security, Cyber-Security, and National Disaster for the draft Constitution. Mark provided legal advice during committee and en banc hearings and served as Chief of Staff for a team of legal researchers. He acted as media liaison, speechwriter, and logistical support for the Consultative Committee’s regional consultations.

Mark was a legal apprentice at Sycip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan’s Cebu Office and at Gonzales Batiller Leabres Reyes. He worked for the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR) through the Ateneo Human Rights Center’s (AHRC) internship program. Mark then served as part of the AHRC’s Council after heading the Bar Operations and Immersion Programs. He worked with LENTE (Legal Network for Truthful Elections) as one of the Head Poll Watchers during the 2016 General Elections.

Mark was admitted to the Bar in 2018 after graduating from the Ateneo Law School in 2017, where he was a Dean’s Lister. He holds a Juris Doctor Degree from Ateneo Law.

Mark’s recent transactions include:

  • Litigating criminal and commercial cases in the Regional Trial Court;
  • Appearing before the DOLE for Labor Conference and Labor Audit;
  • Filing initiatory and responsive pleadings for vehicular torts and collection cases.