Yu Un Oppusunggu is a lecturer at Universitas Indonesia. He studied law at Universitas Indonesia, Leiden University, and the University of Washington, Seattle. The latter was under the sponsorship of the Fulbright program. He has served as a legal expert for several government bodies among others the National Law Development Agency (BPHN). Representing Indonesia, he is a member of the Commission on Asian Principles of Private International Law (CAPPIL) consisting of legal scholars from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, and Vietnam.
Senior Researcher: Mutiara Hikmah
Mutiara Hikmah was born in Jakarta on January, 21 1970. As a permanent lecturer at Faculty of law Universitas Indonesia since 1996 for Private International Law in International Law Department. Also as a lecturer at Faculty of Economic and Business UI since 2006, also at Post Graduated at Faculty of Law and Faculty of Nursing of UI. She actives as a researcher on Private International Law and Law and Human Rights, particularly on International Arbitration and Women’s rights. Also she published it in national and international law journal.
Since 2015, she was being a Head of International Law Department of FHUI, and she also was an academic senator at UI on 2014-2019. When 2018, she was go abroad to do comparative study on some universities at Netherland and Malaysia. On March-May 2019, she was doing roadshow on training for International Investment Arbitration and Assets Recovery for Lecturer and Government Official around Indonesia.
Senior Researcher: Hadi Rahmat Purnama
Hadi Rahmat Purnama is a Lecturer at Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia for since 2003. He teaches at International Law Department in several courses such as Public International Law, Air and Space Law, General Agreement on Tariff and Trade (GATT 1994), Law and Human Rights, International Trade Dispute Settlement and Law of the Seas. He previously worked as Trade Lawyer for Indonesia Trade Assistance Project (ITAP) under the auspices of United States Agency for International Development (USAID), which covers a range of trade law matters including Dispute Settlement, Trade Remedies, Free Trade Agreement and Domestic Trade Issues which related to World Trade Organization (WTO). As a lecturer for Law and Human Rights, he gave various training on International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights to Police, Judges, Attorney and Prison Guard.
Mr. Purnama was educated in both Indonesia and United States of America. He received his undergraduate degree in law (Sarjana Hukum) from the Faculty of Law, Univeristy of Indonesia in 2002 and earned his Master of Law (LL.M) degree from Washington College of Law, American University at Washington, D.C., in 2004 by obtaining Scholarship from USAID. He was trained on International Trade Law, such as WTO Law, WTO on Trade in Services & Regional Agreements on Trade in Services, WTO & Multilateral Trading System. He also trained on International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law, such as Implementation Humanitarian Law in War on the Seas, International Criminal Court and Human Rights for Law Enforcement. He has conducted several researches not only in International Trade Law and International Human Rights. He conducted a research on International Trade Law in the WTO, Geneva and European Union Headquarters, Brussels, in 2007, under auspices of European Union Multilateral Trading System which result a paper on “Special Safeguard Mechanism for Special Product: The Developing Countries’ Challenge” which presented at Seminar in front of EU representatives and Indonesia Ministry of Trade.
Senior Researcher: Priskila Pratita Penasthika
Priskila Pratita Penasthika started her tenure as a lecturer and member of the International Law Division at Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia in 2010. Since 2011 she has taught Introductory Business Law at International Undergraduate Program at Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia.
She obtained both her bachelor and master’s degrees in law from Universitas Indonesia. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, she joined Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners, a member firm of Baker & McKenzie in Indonesia. She is currently conducting her PhD study in Private International Law at the Erasmus School of Law – Rotterdam.
Nathalina Naibaho is a permanent lecturer in Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia. Member and secretary of Criminal Law Department and deputy head of Human Rights Study Center (Sentra HAM) in Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia. She is a member of Research Committee of SHAPE-SEA (Strengthening Human Rights and Peace Education in Southeast Asia) host by IHRP Studies, Mahidol University. She was a visiting scholar in Human Rights Center (SIM) and Willem Pompe Institute in Utrecht University, visiting fellowship in Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney, and alumni of ASLI Fellow in Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore. Currently teaching criminal law and law and human rights law courses at Universitas Indonesia and doing research and publication on criminal law and human rights issues.