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Program 2017-10-31T13:23:59+00:00

08.00-08.30 Auditorium Djokoseotono

Registration and Preparation

08.30-09.40 Auditorium Djokosoetono

Opening
Indonesia Raya
Report of Project Officer by Patricia Rinwigati, S.H., M.I.L., Ph.D
Dean’s Speech by Prof. Dr. Topo Santoso, S.H., M.H
Speech by Governor of DKI Jakarta Anies Rasyid Baswedan, Ph.D
Gong and Photo Session

09.40-10.00 Auditorium Djokosoetono

Speech by Prof. Dr. Jimly Asshiddiqie, S.H

10.00-10.30 Auditorium Djokosoetono

Coffee Break
Plenary Session
Moderator: Patricia Rinwigati, S.H., M.I.L., Ph.D

10.30-12.00 Auditorium Djokosoetono

Prof. Hikmahanto Juwana, S.H., LL.M., Ph.D
Prof. Dr. Abu Bakar Munir, LL.B (Hons), LL.M
Associate Prof. Dan W Puschniak
Q&A Session

12.00-13.00 Auditorium Djokosoetono
Lunch

13.00-14.30 Floor 1 Building C, Room S&T
Parallel Session 1, Panel 1A
Moderator Arie Afriansyah, Ph.D

The Tale of Two Organizations: A Lesson Learned from the EU for ASEAN Integration (Ali Abdillah [Universitas Indonesia]);

Pancasila Legal System as a Governance Gotro (Aris Suhadi [Faculty of Law of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University-Banten, Indonesia]);

The Power of The Executive of Indonesia Pertaining State of Emergency from Emergency Constitutional Law Perspective (Dewo Baskoro, Dr. Fitra Arsil [Universitas Indonesia]);

Enhancing the ASEAN Way: Integrating International Law into Local Initiatives in the ASEAN (Chad Patrick Osorio [Institute of International Legal Studies, University of the Philippines Law Center, Philippines]);

13.00-14.30 Floor 1 Building E, Room Guru Besar
Parallel Session, 1 Panel 1B

Moderator Qurrata Ayuni

Legal Status of In-game Currencies in Indonesia (Abdul Salam [Universitas Indonesia]);

Revitalization of Adat Law as an Instrument of Social Engineering in Central Sumba (Umbu Rauta, Ari Siswanto [Faculty of Law Satya Wacana Christian University, Indonesia]);

Counterfeit Medicines in Indonesia – The Threat to Consumer and Pharmaceutical Manufactures as the Trademark Owner: Legal Analysis of the Conccurent Regulation (Henny Marlyna [Universitas Indonesia]);

People Participation, Democratic Governance and the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) (Dr. Ying Hooi Khoo [Department of International and Strategic Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya, Malaysia]);

Online Identity and Right Portability (Dr. Edmon Makarim [Universitas Indonesia]);

13.00-14.30 Floor 1 Building E, Room Hafni
Parallel Session 1, Panel 1C

Moderator Dr. Lidwina Inge Nurtjahyo

Legal Character of Carbon Unit (Adiwarman Rasyidin [Universitas Indonesia]);

Integrating the Stewardship Concept into Climate Change Law in the Philippines (Dr. Rose-Liza Eisma-Osorio [University of Cebu, College of Law, Philippines]);

Environmental Tax: Mitigation or Adaptation? (Hari Prasetiyo [Universitas Indonesia]);

Juridical Study on Climate Change Mitigation Through Forestry Management by The Regional Government and Village Government (Zunnuraeni, Fathullah, Zuhairi [Faculty of Law of Mataram University, Indonesia]).

13.00-14.30 Floor 3 Buliding F, Room Umar Seno Adji
Parallel Session 1, Panel 1D

Moderator Dr. Akhmad Budi Cahyono

Right to Information and Good Governance (Prof. Camena Guneratne [Department of Legal Studies, Open University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka]);

Ecosystem Republics: Re-imagining Governance for Sustenance and Sustainability (Dr. Nupur Chowdury [Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India]);

Analysis of the Position and Authority of Kerapatan Adat Nagari as a Traditional Representative Institution from a Perspective of Constitutional Law (Ryan Muthiara Wasti, Dr. Fatmawati [Universitas Indonesia]);

Indonesian Constitutional and Administrative Law (Staatsrecht) from an Adat Law Standpoint (Bono Budi Priambodo [Universitas Indonesia]);

Global Governance and Indonesia (Fakhridho SBP Susilo [Australian National University, Australia] and Kris Wijoyo Soepandji [Universitas Indonesia]).

14.30-14.50 Floor 1 Building C, Room S&T

Coffee Break

14.50-16.20 Floor 1 Building C, Room S&T
Parallel Session 2, Panel 2A

Moderator Desrezka Gunti Larasati

Settlement of Sharia Consumer Protection: By the Religious Courts or General Courts? (Abdul Karim Munthe [Universitas Indonesia]);

The Recommendation to Integrate Islamic Law of Engagement Into The Indonesian National Law (Gemala Dewi [Universitas Indonesia]);

Juridical Research on Sharia Banking Mediation at Alternative Dispute Resolution Institution (Wirdyaningsih [Universitas Indonesia]);

Optimization of Hajj Fund Development Through Infrastructure-Based Sukuk (Iffah Karimah, Shafira Iskandar [Durham University, United Kingdom]);

Criminal Liability of Legal Entities for Polluting the Environment: Shariah and Law Perspectives (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Harlida Abdul Wahab [Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia]).

14.50-16.20 Floor 1 Building E, Room Guru Besar
Parallel Session 2, Panel 2B

Moderator Dr. Ratih Lestarini

Redefining Problems and Challenges of Natural Resource Management in Indonesia (Amalia Zuhra [Trisakti University, Indonesia]);

Renewable Energy Governance: Geothermal and Sustainable Development Policy in Indonesia (Sjahriati Rochmah [Doctoral Student at Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia]);

Colonial Legacies and Insecure Land Rights in a Post-Colonial Society: a Case Study of a West Kalimantan Village (Yanuar Sumarlan [Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University Salaya, Thailand]);

Religious Deference and The Blasphemy Law in Indonesia (Melissa Crouch [University of New South Wales, Australia]);

Exploring initiatives for a Human Rights-Centered Approach in Post-Disaster Housing Reconstrution in Tacloban City, Philipines (Dakila Kim Yee [University of the Philippines Visayas Tacloban College, Philippines]);

14.50-16.20 Floor 1 Building E, Room Hafni
Parallel Session 2, Panel 2C

Moderator Qurrata Ayuni

The Precautionary Principle and Fisheries Management: How to Formulating into Indonesian Fisheries Management Policy (Emmy Latifah, Moch Najib Imanullah [Faculty of Law, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia]);

Legal Certainty in Oil and Gas Contract in Indonesia (Fully Handayani Ridwan [Universitas Indonesia]);

The Transformation from Based on Fault Liability to Strict Liability in Indonesian Tort Law [Onrecht matigedaad]: Maritime Environment Cases (Irma Rachmawati Maruf [Pasundan University, Indonesia]);

Consumer Protection Towards Fake Testimony on E-Commerce (Sekar Maya Padmaniasti, Henny Marlyna [Universitas Indonesia]).

16.00-21.00 Hotel Santika
Opening Remark, Traditional Dance, Dinner, Networking Session with Live Music

08.30-10.00 Floor 1 Building C, Room S&T
Plenary Session

Moderator Dr. Lidwina Inge Nurtjahyo

Prof. Harkristuti Harkrisnowo, S.H., M.A, Ph.D;
Prof. Dr. Dra. Sulistyowati Irianto, MA;
Prof. David W. Tushaus, J.D.

10.00-12.00 Floor 1 Building C, Room S&T
Paralel Sesion 3, Panel 3A

Moderator Iva Kasuma

Regulation and Practices of the Dissolution of Mass Organizations in Indonesia
Ghunarsa Sujatnika (Universitas Indonesia)

Initiating the Constitutional Question Institutionalization in Indonesia by Expanding the Constitutional Courts? Constitutional Review Authority Against the Constitution
Hamid Chalid (Universitas Indonesia)

Ideas on the Disclosure of Judicial Review Trial in the Supreme Court
Syaugi Pratama, Hamid Chalid (Universitas Indonesia)

Law, Media and Identities: a Content Analysis on the Media Portrayal of LGBT issues Post-2015 Nepal Constitution
John Christian Dinco (Mahidol University, Thailand)

The Role of Ulema, Adat, and Government Institutions as a Stabilizer of System of Government in Minangkabau
Fitra Arsil, Ryan Mutiara Wasti (Universitas Indonesia)

10.00-12.00 Floor 1 Building E Room Guru Besar
Paralel Sesion 3, Panel 3B

Moderator Tirtawening

State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in Indonesian Competition Law and Practice
Ari Siswanto (Faculty of Law Satya Wacana Christian University, Indonesia)

Indonesian Competition Law Reform in Anticipating the Single Market Under the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)
Ari Siswanto, Marihot J. (Hutajulu Faculty of Law Satya Wacana Christian University, Indonesia)

Reaching Out to Protect Domestic Economy: Application of Extra-territorial of Indonesian Competition Law
Arie Afriansyah (Universitas Indonesia)

Weapon of Mass Dis(s)Ambiguition : Fake News and the War of Memes in the Time of Durterte
Jose Santos Patron Ardivilla (University of the Philippines Diliman College of Fine Arts, Philippines)

Competition Law and Monopoly of State Owned Enterprise: a Case of India
Neeti Shikha (Symbiosis Law School, Noida, India)

10.00-12.00 Floor 1 Building E Room Hafni
Parallel Session 3, Panel 3 C

Moderator Bono Budi Priambono

Deffredred Prosecution Agreement (DPA): Can it be a Solution of Corporate Criminal Liability in Indonesia?
Arija Br Ginting, Prof. Topo Santoso (Universitas Indonesia)

The Application of Corporate Criminal Liability in Asset Recovery Related to Criminal Acts of Corruption
Edita Elda, Prof. Topo Santoso (Universitas Indonesia)

Legal Cultural Communication System for Civil Society Participation in Corruption Eradication
Fitriati (Fakultas Hukum Universitas Ekasakti Padang, Indonesia)

The Penalty Policy of Criminal Blasphemy in the Plural Society in the Framework of Renewal of the Criminal Law
Ajie Ramdan (Faculty of Law, Padjadjaran University, Indonesia)

Developmental State: Indonesia’s Lesson
Kris Wijoyo Soepandji (Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia)

12.00-13.00 Floor 1 Building C, Room S&T

Lunch

13.00-14.30 Floor 1 Building C, Room S&T
Parallel Session 4, Panel 4 A

Moderator Kris Wijoyo Soepandji

Plan the Development from the Constitution: Ideas for the Indonesian Constitution
Indra Perwira, Ali Abdurahman, Mei Susanto, M. Adnan Yazar Z. (Universitas Indonesia)

Decree of the Peoples Consultative Assembly as the Legal Basis in Law Making Process (Analysis of the Decree of the Peoples Consultative Assembly of the Republic of Indonesia Number XVI/MPR/1998 on Political Economy in Term of Democracy Economy)
Kuntari, Fitra Arsil (Universitas Indonesia)

Procedural Rights as Human Rights: Debate and Theorization in Legal Prespective
Susi Dwi Harijanti, Indra Perwira, Bilal Dewansyah, Rahayu Prasetianingsih (Faculty of Law, Padjadjaran University)

Problems Between Human Resource Authority and the Judicial Independence
Yunani Abiyoso (Universitas Indonesia)

Constitutional Court Dismissed the Reconciling Effort
Junaedi Saibih (University of Canberra, Australia)

13.00-14.30 Floor 1 Building E, Room Hafni
Parallel Session 4, Panel 4 B

Moderator Dr. Akhmad Budi Cahyono

The Existence of Bike Taxi (Ojek) Transportation Service: Regulations in Indonesia and Other Asian Countries
Dr. Brian Amy Prastyo, Desrezka Gunti Larasati, Kurnia Togar P. Tanjung (Universitas Indonesia)

Opportunities and Challenges for Indonesia Insurance and Reinsurance Companies in the ASEAN Economic Community Era
Dr. Kornelius Simanjuntak (Universitas Indonesia)

On Proposal to Regulate Abuse of Superior Bargaining Position Under the Indonesian Competition Law: Lessons from Other Jurisdictions
Meirani Suyawan, Kristina Pranata, Kurnia Togar P. Tanjung (Universitas Indonesia)

Regulating Disruptive Innovation in Indonesia Digital Business
Qurani Dewi Kusumawardani (Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Republic of Indonesia)

Justice Principles for Indonesia Start-up Business
Dian Purnama Anugerah

13.00-14.30 Floor 1 Building E, Room Guru Besar
Parallel Session 4, Panel 4 C

Moderator Ali Abdillah

The Criminal Responsibility of Corporate Banking (Case Study of Bank Century)
Pujiyono, Supanto, Theresia Pingky (Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia)

Criminal Law Development through The Constitutional Court Decisions
Reza Fikri Febriansyah (Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia)

Records Management and Corruption Eradication
Sari Hasanah (National Archives of the Republic of Indonesia)

Corruption Eradication and Asset Recovery
Nelia Lagura-Prieto (University of San Carlos, Philippines)

Corporate Criminal Responsibility in Money Laundering Crime, An Analysis on the Court Decision : P.T. Ilhung Muliasarana
Ahmad Ghozi (University of Groningen)

14.30-14.50 Floor 1 Building C, Room S&T

Coffee Break

14.50-16.20 Floor 1 Building C, Room S&T
Paralel Sesion 5, Panel 5A

Moderator Ghunarsa Sujatnika

Portrait of Legal Issues in Population Registration in the Religious Minorities Groups: The Community Ancestral Belief
Daly Erni (Universitas Indonesia)

The Bail-in Policy: Solution or Problem
Lily Evelina Sitorus, Anna Erliyana, Yunus Husein (Universitas Indonesia)

Analysis on Spatial Justice and Public Participation Concept in Spatial Planning on Ciliwung Normalization Programme in Special Capital Region of Jakarta
Shafira Anindia Alif Hexagraha, Savitri Nur Setyorini (Universitas Indonesia)

Applying the Market Share-Liability Doctrine to Haze Pollution in Indonesia: A Proposal to Solve the Problem of Uncertainty in Causation in Indonesian Forest Fire Litigation
Dr. Andri G. Wibisana and Adrianus Eryan (Universitas Indonesia)

14.50-16.20 Floor 1 Building E, Room Hafni
Parallel Session 5, Panel 5 B

Moderator Hari Prasetiyo

Terrorism and Deradicalization Program in Indonesia: Problems and Challenges
Heru Susetyo, Ph.D (Universitas Indonesia)

The Role of Presidential Regulation in Lieu of Law No. 2 Year 2017 on Mass Organizations to Resolve Radicalism in Indonesia
Qurrata Ayuni (Universitas Indonesia)

Military Assistance in Indonesia’s Counterterrorism Draft Bill: A Comparison and Criticism
Rafiqa Qurrata Ayun (Universitas Indonesia) and Anton Aliabbas (Centre for International Security and Resilience Cranfield University at Defence Academy of the United Kingdom)

Proof of Lead Evidence as Legal Evidence in the Rape Case (Case Study Supreme Court Decision No. 979/K/ Pid.Sus/2011)
Debby Naztty Pratiw (Leiden University, the Netherland)

14.50-16.20 Floor 1 Building E Room Guru Besar
Parallel Session 5, Panel 5 C

Moderator Ali Abdillah

Women’s Role in Social Forestry: Case Study on Women Farmer Communities in East Sumba NTT
Iva Kasuma (Universitas Indonesia)

The Implementation of Diversion in Child Friendly Cities (Study on Policies in Law Enforcers and Regional Government in Depok, West Java and Surakarta, Central Java)
Iva Kasuma, Melly Setyawati Mulyani, Ian Hermawan, Kharisanty Soufi Aulia (Universitas Indonesia)

Women, Power Relations, and Marriage Laws in Rote and Labuan Bajo
Dr. Lidwina Inge Nurtjahyo, Dr. Ratih Lestarini (Universitas Indonesia)

Legal Pluralism in Indonesia: a Unique Unification of Marriage Law
Dr. Akhmad Budi Cahyono (Universitas Indonesia)

Justice for Women through Screening Mechanism in Mediation Process of Divorce Cases
Tirtawening (Universitas Indonesia)

14.50-16.20 Floor 1 Building C Room C 106
Parallel Session 5, Panel 5 D

Moderator Arie Afriansyah, Ph.D

Legal Protection Through Customary Settlement for Women Victim of Domestic Violence
Dr. Ratih Lestarini (Universitas Indonesia)

A Study of the Implementation of Working Conditions of Women Workers in Transnational Corporations (TNCs) in Indonesia
Shanti Haduri Halim (Mahidol University, Thailand)

Childhood Sexual Violence in Indonesia: A Systematic Review
Mr. Ryan Fajar Febrianto (International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam)

The Implementation of the Children-Friendly Cities Policy in Depok City: Empirical and Comparative Study of Depok City and Surakarta City as City Towards Children-Friendly Cities
Heru Susetyo, Ph.D, Qurrata Ayuni, Abdul Karim Munthe, Nurindah Hilimi (Universitas Indonesia)