Solomon Lumba is an Assistant Professor at the University of the Philippines College of Law where he teaches Legal Theory, among others. At present, his main research interest is philosophy, particularly, the enhancement of Western philosophical thought through the epistemic-ontological-moral framework of Buddhism. The purpose is to further societal happiness through an improved foundational understanding of legal theory, human rights, legal ethics, property law, and socio-economic and political structures.
Apart from purely academic pursuits, Solomon also engages in select public interest advocacy. He has consulted for the government and NGOs on matters relating to the right to information, legal accountability of international financial institutions, transnational crime, financial securities, water privatization, and regulatory codification.
A complete academic profile is available on his faculty webpage.