Sociolegal Conference at University of Indonesia

From 23-24 August 2019, the University of Indonesia Law Faculty will host the second Socio-legal Conference. This is in cooperation with Leiden University, KITLV, University of Melbourne, UNSW, University of Sydney and Nagoya University. The theme of the conference is ‘Towards procedural and substantive justice’. The operation of law in a plural society is complex, inContinue reading “Sociolegal Conference at University of Indonesia”

Religious Deference and the Blasphemy Law in Indonesia

It is a delight to be a University of Indonesia Visiting Fellow this month. On 1-2 November, I will give a paper at a workshop on “Law and Governance in Global Context” at the Law Faculty. My paper is on “The Courts, Religious Deference and the Blasphemy Law in Indonesia” Abstract: The recent criminal trialContinue reading “Religious Deference and the Blasphemy Law in Indonesia”

Judicial Independence and Selection Processes in Indonesia

On 30 January 2017, a focus group discussion on “Judicial Independence and Selection Processes in Indonesia” was held in Jakarta. The session was run by Dr Fritz Siregar of the University of Indonesia and Dr Melissa Crouch of UNSW. The discussion was attended by judges of the Indonesian Supreme Court, lawyers from the Indonesian LegalContinue reading “Judicial Independence and Selection Processes in Indonesia”

UI UNSW Scholars Dialogue

On Monday, August 1, 2016, Universitas Indonesia and University of New South Wales (UNSW) Australia held a collaborative scholars dialogue at Auditorium Soemadipradja & Taher (SnT), Faculty of Law, UI Campus, Depok. Twenty-four prominent scholars from UNSW and UI delivered their field of expertise at the event. The event was organized to implement the MOUContinue reading “UI UNSW Scholars Dialogue”