The Winner of National Round Moot Court Competition in Indonesia


mootcourt.jpgLaw students of the University of Indonesia (UI) and Parahyangan University will represent Indonesia in an international court competition in March in the United States.

They were the winning teams of a three-day national round moot court contest after eliminating other law undergraduates in the 2008 Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Jakarta.

The victory qualified the UI and Parahyangan students for the championship in March and April in Washington D.C., where they will face off with contenders from countries worldwide.  

The event was the 7th competition, which was jointly held by the Indonesian Society for International Law and the Constitutional Court. Participants said the contest, held at the Constitutional Court building, proved the ability of Indonesian students to partake in international law events.

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Summer Course on Indonesian Law


Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia offers Summer Course in Indonesian Law and Legal Institution as a response to the wide interest in Indonesian legal system. The course is design by combining academic and practical know ledges.

The Course aims to present the basic knowledge in Indonesia legal system to those who want to know more on Indonesia in the legal field. Emphasis is placed on fundamental change in 1998.


  1. knowledge of the basic institution of the Indonesian legal system;
  2. knowledge of the plurality of the Indonesian people;
  3. understanding of the role of the legal profession in Indonesia;
  4. opportunities to meet lawyers from the private and public sectors; and
  5. opportunities to observe court practice.


  • Introduction to the Indonesian Legal System
  • Constitutional Law
  • Judiciary
  • Adat Law
  • Islamic Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Company Law
  • Investment Law
  • Contract Law
  • Legal Profession in Indonesia
  • Professional Experience of Foreign Lawyers in Indonesia


Summer Course will be taught by highly qualified lecturers of the Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia and practitioners with ample practical experience.

Field trips

The participants will have opportunity to visit Indonesian legal institutions, such as the Supreme Court, the Parliament, the Constitutional Court, the District Court in Jakarta, the Indonesian Human Rights Commission, the Prosecutor’s Office, Law Firms in Jakarta, and the Jakarta Legal Aid Institute.

Non-academic activities may include visits to places of interest in the Greater Jakarta Region.

Course Fee

The fee is USD 2,000 per participant which covers:

  • Registration fee;
  • Tuition;
  • Transportation for the field-trips;
  • Course materials.

Criteria for Admission

The Course is open to foreign law students, law graduates and lawyers who are interested in Indonesian law. No knowledge in Indonesian is required since the Course will be counducted fully in English.

Enrollment & Course Schedule

Applications should be filed before 1 May 2007. Courses start from July 2nd to 27th, 2007.

For further information:

Faculty of Law
Universitas Indonesia
Room A- 204, Lt. 2, Kampus Baru UI Depok 16424, Indonesia
Tel: +62 21 727 0003, Fax: +62 21 727 0052

Download the Brochure click here.

Law Student of University of Indonesia

Hanna Azkiya, a female law student from University of Indonesia (UI) law student, one of my junior colleagues, won the internationally prestigious Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Pseudo-Trial Competition in the United States beating more than 200 participants from 95 universities of other countries, an official said.

Hanna beat over 200 students including those from the U.S., Britain, Australia, Singapore, China and Malaysia, he said, adding that the announcement of the winner made by the committee of the International Law Students Association on March 31 at 9 p.m. local time.

The pseudo-trial in Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition constitutes trial simulation from The Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ). This competition was for the first time held by the International Students Association under the aupices of the American Society of International Law in 1960.

According to our Dean, Prof. Hikmahanto Juwana, S.H., LL.M, Ph.D., the oralist is a student acting as solicitor making arguments in response to questions put forwarded by the judges. Besides the requirement of mastering the language used in the competition, the oralist must answer the questions correctly and in the right words and sentences during the trial. She gave explanations to queries from a panel of judges. Of course, an oralist must have language skills and must be smart enough to give reasonable arguments.

Hanna Azkiya, born in October 10, 1986, has participated in the Jessup competition twice. She once became the best speaker in the maritime pseudo trial n Sydney, Australia, in 2005. Hanna who was a Al-Azhar Senior High School graduate in Kemang, Jakarta, also became the best oralist in the Jessup national round competition in Jakarta at the beginning of this year .

Due to her fabulous achievement, Justice and Human Rights Minister Hamid Awaluddin wanted to meet her and other team members, and would accompany them to meet President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. This year, UI sent a team of four students to the event. They are Hanna, Fitria Chairani, Harjo Winoto and Hadyu Ikrami. They were accompanied by Tiza Mafira (coach) and Dewi Safitri Reni (assistant coach).

Well, on behalf of Class 2001, I sent you my sincere gratitude and bunch of lovely thanks. Keep up the good work and someday we’ll see how you beat other int’l lawyers in International Forum. So, no more islands can be taken by other countries.

Jaya Indonesia!

The 4th Asian Law Institute (ASLI) Conference: Call for Papers

“Voices from Asia for a Just and Equitable World”
Thursday and Friday, 24 and 25 May 2007

A Word of Welcome

Warm greetings from the Asian Law Institute (ASLI) and the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia (Fakultas Hukum Universitas Indonesia, FHUI). We are happy to inform you that ASLI and FHUI are organizing ASLI’s annual conference in Indonesia, on 24 and 25 May 2007. We warmly invite you and your colleagues to submit papers for presentation at the conference. Please read on for details.

The Asian Law Institute (ASLI)

The establishment of ASLI in March 2003, stems from the recognition that the diversity of legal traditions in Asia creates an imperative for Asian legal scholars to foster greater engagement with each other through collaborative research and teaching. ASLI aims to facilitate academic exchanges as well as research and teaching collaboration among law schools in Asia.

The thirteen founding institutions are:

  • Faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok, Thailand)
  • East China University of Politics and Law (Shanghai, People’s Republic of China)
  • Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong SAR, People’s Republic of China)
  • Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia (Jakarta, Indonesia)
  • Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws, International Islamic University Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
  • Faculty of Law, Kyushu University (Fukuoka, Japan)
  • Faculty of Law, University of Malaya (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
  • National Law School of India University (Bangalore, India)
  • Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore (Singapore)
  • College of Law, National Taiwan University (Taipei, Chinese Taipei)
  • Peking University Law School, Peking University (Beijing, People’s Republic of China)
  • College of Law, University of the Philippines (Manila, the Philippines)
  • College of Law, Seoul National University (Seoul, Republic of Korea)

The 4th ASLI Conference 2007

One of ASLI’s principal activities is the convening of an annual academic conference to be hosted by its founding member institutions on a rotation basis. Each conference will examine contemporary legal issues of interest to Asian countries and will gather scholars and experts from the founding member institutions as well as from Asia and beyond.

The 4th Conference will bear the theme “Voices from Asia for a Just and Equitable World”. It will be held at the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia (FHUI) in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Thursday and Friday, 24 and 25 May 2007.

All legal scholars are invited to attend and present papers whether they are from an ASLI founding member or from other institutions, and whether they come from within or outside Asia. Contributors are invited to submit papers on any of the tentative panel topics. However, ASLI would especially like to receive papers which are relevant to the conference theme.
The conference is also open to all whether or not they present a paper. The conference provides excellent opportunities for scholars in Asian law from around the world to meet and exchange ideas and to form closer working and personal relationships.

Please click to find our registration form, tentative panel sessions and programme. The registration form contains information such as the submission of paper abstracts, conference fees, hotel reservations, etc. We regret that no subsidies are available for expenditures such as air flights, hotel charges and conference fees. A detailed and finalized programme (speaker panels, etc.) will be made available to all registered participants nearer the date of the conference.

We would very much appreciate your help in bringing this conference to the attention of your faculty/law school colleagues, as well as to anyone whom you think might be interested in attending, whether as a paper presenter or otherwise.

For enquiries regarding the conference, please contact the ASLI Secretariat at If you wish to contact the organizing committee urgently at FHUI, you can reach them at

Important Facts at a Glance

  • Conference Dates: Thursday and Friday, 25 and 26 May 2007
  • Venue: Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia
  • Language of Presentation: English
  • Deadline for Submission of Abstract: 15 January 2007
  • Deadline for Submission of Paper: 31 March 2007
  • Closing date for Registration and Payment: 31 March 2007


Please direct all enquiries to:
The ASLI Secretariat
Telephone: 65) 6516 1305
Facsimile: (65) 6779 0979

All matters regarding the conference are centrally administered at the ASLI Secretariat at the address above. There is no need to contact the organizing committee at the University of Indonesia directly as the Secretariat will be in constant communication with the committee. If, however, at the last minute close to the conference date, you urgently need to contact someone at the University of Indonesia, you may contact the organizing committee in addition to the


Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia
Telephone: (62-21) 786 3442
Facsimile: (62-21) 727 0052