Ian Daniel B. Galang


ATTY. IAN DANIEL B. GALANG is an associate of VILLANUEVA GABIONZA & DY whose practice currently focuses on corporate, civil, and criminal litigation, appellate practice, labor and employment, family law and estates, real property, and mining law.

Mr. Galang drafts and reviews pleadings, memoranda, position papers, contracts and other legal documents. He has appeared and represented clients before courts, administrative agencies, and quasi-judicial bodies including the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, Court of Tax Appeals, Regional Trial Courts, Metropolitan Trial Courts, the Office of the City Prosecutor, Securities and Exchange Commission, National Labor Relations Commission, Department of Trade and Industry, and the Bureau of Immigration.

Prior to joining the Firm, he worked as legal counsel and compliance officer of a multinational telecommunications company. Likewise, he worked as a legislative staff officer at the Legal Affairs Division, House of Representatives of the Philippines. While studying in law school, Mr. Galang was an Executive Assistant to the Chairman and the Office of the General Counsel at the Office of the President – Governance Commission for GOCCs (GCG). He also had experience as a litigation paralegal of the Castillo Laman Tan Pantaleon and San Jose Law Offices.

Mr. Galang graduated from the University of the Philippines with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences, Major in Economics and Minor in Psychology in 2009 as a student athlete and an active student council leader.

Thereafter, he obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree (L.L.B) at the San Beda University, College of Law – Manila in 2017. He sat for the Philippine Bar Examinations on November 2017 and was admitted to the Bar on June 2018. He likewise served as Vice Chairperson for the San Beda Law Bar Operations in 2014.

Mr. Galang is currently a member of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines, Makati Chapter, and handles pro-bono cases for the Chapter’s Legal Aid Program as a Committee Member.

He also teaches Criminal Law Review at the University of Nueva Caceres, School of Law.