He is a lecturer in law at Universitas Negeri Semarang (Unnes), Jawa Tengah, and has conducted many field research and published his articles in many leading national journals on various legal issues. He earned his Master of Law (LLM) in International Law from Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta. In addition, he formerly appointed as Senior Researcher of UII’s Research and Development Directorate (2003-9).
Her early interest in the feminist tradition in English literatures has introduced her to join the initiative. Currently, she is a Tutor on English Literature at some major private universities in Jakarta.
Ms. Ingle is a Research Assistant and Communications Officer at the International Migration Research Centre (IMRC) within the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo, Ontario. She has over five years of experience working with sustainable development-focused NGOs, most notably, Free the Children, which she volunteered with as a BlackBerry Build A Village Award Recipient in Rajasthan, India in 2013. This experience prompted her interest in further study of global affairs. She attended the Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations in Summer 2015 and will be commencing her BA in International Relations at the University of Toronto’s Trinity College. Her research interests include global political economy, multilateral diplomacy, governance, and international law.
He is Professor of Comparative Law and Shari’a at Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga, Yogyakarta (1991 – ) and Former President of the Indonesian Student Association in Canada (2005 – 2006). He received his Doctor of Civil Law (DCL) as well as his MA from McGill University. He also teaches at other universities, including post-graduate program in Universitas Gadjah Mada (2007 – ) and Universitas Muhamadiyah Yogyakarta (2007 – 2009). His works have been published widely by some notable publication houses, including Oxford University Press, ISEAS, Routledge, and other learned international journals. At present, he is the editor in chief of Al-Jami’ah: International Journal of Islamic Studies (2007 – ) and Post-doctoral Research Fellow at Van Vollenhoven Institute, Faculty of Law, Leiden University, the Netherlands, SPIN-KNAW Postdoctoral Program, the Netherlands (2009 – 2011). His latest work is Legal Pluralism in Indonesia: Bridging Unbridgeable which is published by Routledge (2011). In addition, he also Director of LibForAll Foundation for Southeast Asia which is co-founded by many distinguished figures such as, HE, KH Abdurrahman Wahid, former President of the Republic of Indonesia, Ahmad Syafii Maarif, former Chairman of Muhammadiyah, Dr. Nasr Abu Zayd, world’s renowned Egyptian Scholar in Islamic hermeneutics, and C. Holland Taylor, international expert on Islam in Southeast Asia. a non-governmental initiative that strive to promote the liberal values of Islamic teaching.
He is a Senior Lecturer on International Law and Vice President and former Vice Dean at UII School of Law and earned his Doctor of Philoshopy (Ph.D) on International Economic Law at the Law School of the University of Melbourne (2005) and Master of Law (LLM) from McGill University. He specializes in the area of international economic law and international development. His two most recent publications are Using World Trade Law to Promote the Interests of Global South: A Study on the Effectiveness of S&D Treatments which is published by IMR Press (2009) and “Substantive Justice Formulated, Implemented as Formal and Procedural Justice: A Lesson from WTO Special and Differential Treatment Provisions for Developing Countries,” 13 J. Gender, Race & Justice 671(2011).