FH UII sends 3 Students to Participate in the Global Collaboration Program in South Korea

Three Students of the Faculty of Law of the Islamic University of Indonesia successfully passed to take part in the Global Collaboration Program organized by the University of Youngsan, South Korea. This program will be carried out from 3 to 18 January 2020. For approximately 2 weeks participants from various parts of the world will participate in activities such as South Korean language training, Introduction to Law and Culture of South Korea, and visits to several important places in Busan.

“This program is an example of the realization of the agreement between the Indonesian Islamic University and Youngsan University. We hope students can take knowledge and experience while participating in activities. In addition, program participants are also expected to pass on their knowledge and experience to other students after returning to Indonesia. ” Budi Agus Riswandi, S.H., M.Hum, Chair of the Faculty of Law Study Program at the Faculty of Law UII.

The collaboration between the Faculty of Law of UII and Youngsan University is very intensive. Currently there are still 5 (five) UII Law Faculty students who are still taking the Credit Transfer Program for 1 (one) semester at Youngsan University. In 2018, 1 (one) UII Law Faculty student also joined the Summer Course. “This program can not only be participated by International Program Students, but regular program students can also participate,” said Dr. Abdul Jamil, S.H., M.H. The Dean of the Faculty of Law of UII when closing the release ceremony.

The release ceremony for students who participated in the Global Collaboration Program 2020 in Busan South Korea took place solemnly. The event took place on December 27, 2019 in the Multipurpose Room attended by students, leaders and representatives of division heads within the Faculty of Law of UII.

Digital Literacies Workshop: Social Media Can Support the Professional World

The Faculty of Law of the Universitas Islam Indonesia (FH UII) held a Workshop on Digital Literacies in Legal Education on Monday (December 2nd, 2019). The Workshop program was filled by speakers from FH UII internally an At least, this workshop was attended by around 50 participants who were lecturers, teaching staff, academic staff, and students in the Faculty of Law UII.d also invited professors from the United States.

Through the workshop, FH UII wanted to open up insights to its academic staff to be able to exploit the potential of digital literacy. The workshop was filled by two speakers: Assoc. Prof. Jayne Lammers, Ph.D. and Abdurrahman Al-Faqiih, S.H., M.A., L.LM.

The first speaker, Assoc. Prof. Jayne Lammers, Ph.D. originating from the United States explained, the development of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 has brought great changes in the world of education. The pattern of students and young people has changed, from previously doing literacy studies through books, now turning to digital literacy. The intended digital literacy is very broad, covering the internet and social media. But, according to Jayne Lammers, the majority of people use digital technology for entertainment purposes only.

Jayne Lammers shows one of the results of his research on digital literacies. The research included the case of a child named Eve. Based on Jayne’s findings, a child named Eve who has a hobby of playing the game ‘The Sims’ experienced a period of anxiety after graduating from high school. Eve didn’t know what to do after high school. While doing her hobby playing the game ‘The Sims’, Eve began to make a story based on the simulation game. He also wrote the story on his blog page. While writing, Eve also learned image editing techniques, coding, and several other technologies to support the story she made. In addition, in the end, Eve was known as a professional writer by utilizing the technology she learned.

Jayne Lammers also explained the concept of Personal Learning Network (PLN). Based on this concept, students should be able to utilize social media to improve their pre-profession world. Using PLN, students can follow professional accounts and start self-branding.

The second speaker, Abdurahman, puts more emphasis on the use of digital sources in legal research. According to Abdurahman, UII has facilitated many conveniences in digital literacy. “The question is whether you already know?” Abdurahman said.


Recruitment for Participants Global Collaboration Program at Youngsan University, South Korea

The Faculty of Law of UII in collaboration with Youngsan University held the Global Collaboration Program (3-18 January 2019) in Busan, South Korea. For students who are interested in participating in this activity please register at the link: http://bit.ly/partialScholarshipFHUII



Registration deadline: November 27th, 2019 at 13.00 pm

For those who are selected/pass the selection, they will get a partial scholarship from FH UII

Faculty of Law UII Holds Visiting Professor from Australia

The Faculty of Law of the Universitas Islam Indonesia (FH UII) once again held international scale activities. This time, FH UII invited Professor Andrew Mitchell from the University of Melbourne, to come to Yogyakarta.

Prof. Andrew came at the invitation of FH UII. According to the Secretary of the International Undergraduate Program, Dodik Setiawan Nur Heriyanto, S.H., M.H., LL.M., Ph.D., Prof. Andrew was invited as one of the visiting professor programs organized by FH UII. “This program is one of the internationalization steps undertaken by the Law Faculty”, said Dodik Setiawan.

Prof. Andrew visited FH UII for three days. In accordance with the invitation of FH UII, Prof. Andrew shared his knowledge in several activities with the UII academic community. On Tuesday (11-11-2019), Prof. Andrew shared his knowledge with post-graduate students of FH UII in the General Lecture on International Trade Law. The event was held at the FH UII Postgraduate Campus, Jalan Cik Ditiro Number 1, Yogyakarta. At the event, Prof. Andrew investigated international trade law.

On Wednesday (11-11-2019), an International Seminar was held with Prof. Andrew as one of the speakers. Besides Prof. Andrew, the seminar was also filled by Christopher Cason, JD., FH UII’s foreign lecturer from the United States, and Nandang Sutrisno, S.H., LL.M., M.Hum., Ph.D., an international law expert of FH UII. The International Seminar was attended by at least 150 participants from various groups.

After the International Seminar, Prof. Andrew also shared his knowledge with the students of the Moot Court Faculty of Law UII. Prof. Mitchell, who is also the coach of the moot court team at the Law School of the University of Melbourne, shares tricks before and after the race.

Besides sharing his experiences and knowledge, Prof. Andrew was also invited to meet with the leaders of FH UII. At the meeting, FH UII hoped to establish more collaboration with the University of Melbourne. Prof. Andrew said he was happy to visit Indonesia at the invitation of FH UII. “It’s nice to be here,” he said.

Yuwan Zaghlul Ismail Successfully Presented the Indonesia’s Environmental Roadmap on Sustainable Development Goals at Environmental Law Conference 2019 in IIUM, Malaysia

Enviromental law Conference 2019 is an annual Routine activity held by Civil Law Department of Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyah of Law (AIKOL) of International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM),  This event was organized directly by a professor of environmental law who is also a lecturer in environmental law in AIKOL, this event aims to increase student awareness of the importance of protecting the environment and also to increase student awareness of the environment, this event focuses on the topic Sustainable Development Goals. Each speaker explained several aspects of the SDGs and also some of the applications and strategies to achieve the SDGs themselves, this event was opened by the Dean of AIKOL, Prof. Dr. Farid Sufian, he also shared some material related to SDGs, in this event the one who acted as the keynote speaker was Assoc. Prof. Dr. Maizatun Mustafa, who is an expert and consultant in the field of environmental law.

The conference also discussed the role of students and universities in achieving some of the goals of the SDGs, this conference was attended by six speakers from three countries, of which two were from Indonesia, two were from Malaysia, and 2 were from Maldives.

First three speaker focused more on conciliation about how  each country of each speaker reached the SDGs which was related to strategy, commitment and so on, final three speakers focused on the role of students and universities in the Sustainable Development Goals, Yuwan Zaghlul Ismail as Universitas Islam Indonesia representative was assigned to be the first speaker which Yuwan successfully presented it titled Indonesia Roadmap on SDGs and Environmental Targets. Which here, Yuwan at the same time became a representative of Indonesia in explaining some important issues related to Indonesia’s strategy, and also Indonesia’s commitment to achieving SDGS itself, Yuwan who is also participating in the credit transfer program was successfuly became a representative of the Universitas Islam Indonesia  in the annual conference of environmental law, Yuwan is committed to continuing to be able to carry the fragrant Universitas Islam Indonesia  name on the world stage. (Ywn)


First Batch of English Workshop for Lecturers

Demonstrating a true commitment to the International Program’s goal of, “Nurturing Innovative Global Leaders,” a group of lecturers in the Law Faculty’s international program contributed to a successful workshop on creating a truly international environment for legal study.

The workshop, titled, “The Global Classroom,” challenged these lecturers to not only focus using the English language as the language of instruction, but to also expand their repertoire of pedagogy.  The seminar focused on the unique aspects of legal English as well as better integrating problem-based and case study instruction into their curriculum.     The group practiced the Socratic method of instruction, which uses questions to elicit critical thinking and interaction with students.  The participants in the workshop recognized the importance of nurturing these skills as the next generation faces the Industrial Revolution 4.0 and understands the importance of the IRAC legal analysis.

On the second day of the workshop, each participating lecturer showcased their skills by offering a microteaching session based on their particular area of law.  The microteaching sessions, exclusively in English were impressive and demonstrated the groups commitment to the state goal of a truly international learning environment.

The Faculty of Law of UII is co-hosted The 1st Borobudur International Symposium 2019

The Faculty of Law of the Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII) in collaboration with the Universitas Muhammadiya Magelang (UM Magelang) held an International Symposium entitled The 1st Borobudur International Symposium 2019 (BIS 2019), on Wednesday, October 16, 2019. Located in the Ballroom of the Grand Artos Hotel & Convention, Magelang, the Symposium is divided into two sub, namely the 1st  Borobudur International Symposium on Applied Sciences and Engineering (1st BIS ASE) and 1st Borobudur International Symposium on Humanities, Economics, and Social Sciences (1st BIS HESS ).

Faculty of Law UII became one of the co-hosts that organizing BIS 2019. According to the Secretary of the International Undergraduate Program of Faculty of Law UII, Dodik Setiawan Nur Heriyanto, SH., MH., LL.M., Ph.D., the form of cooperation between UII and UM Magelang is as the organizer of BIS 2019. Faculty of Law UII who co-hosted the organizing of BIS 2019 was mentioned in a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

According to Dodik Setiawan, Faculty of Law UII cooperated with UM Magelang regarding two things. First FH UII wants to increase the number of lecturer publications at the international level. Through BIS 2019, especially the 1st BIS HESS, submitting papers will later be published in proceedings indexed with Web of Science. Secondly, this cooperation is expected to be one of the steps to increase the cooperation network between Faculty of Law UII and other universities throughout Indonesia. “Adding networks of cooperation with domestic universities in Indonesia,” said Dodik Setiawan.

Faculty of Law UII sent six papers to participate in BIS 2019. The six papers sent are manifestations of ideas from civitas academics and lecturers at the Faculty of Law UII. The papers and presenter who participated were Dr. Budi Agus Riswandi, SH., MH., Dodik Setiawan Nur Heriyanto, SH., MH., LL.M., Ph.D., Prof. Ni’matul Huda, SH., M.Hum., Mahrus Ali, SH., MH., Bagya Agung Prabowo, SH., MH., Ph.D., and Siti Ruhama Mardhatillah, SH., MH.

BIS 2019 was held in three parts of the event. First is the first round table session. Second is the opening session, which was followed by an international seminar. Then the last is the second round table session.

International seminar sessions presenting experts from across the country. The keynote speaker at the international seminar was Prof. Tony Lucey, Ph.D. from Curtin University, Australia, Rajesh Ranolia, B.Com., MBA from the National Institute of Information Technology, India, and Prof. Ts DR. Noreffendy Tamaldin from Universiti Teknik Malaysia Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia.

The event was attended by hundreds of speakers from various tertiary institutions. The speakers were divided into several small groups and occupied a round table. The concept of a round table is fairly new. Speakers present and respond to one another’s papers led by a moderator.

A Accreditation for Doctoral School in Law UII

The Doctoral School has just received an A accreditation from BAN-PT, the accreditation institution under Ministry of Education, Research, and Tecnology, Indonesia. The Doctoral Study Program in Law has received the highest score of 370 points. Congratulations.

Students Colloquium 2019: the Role of Students in the Digital Era

The Faculty of Law of the Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII) held an International Student Colloquium (ISC) on Saturday, October 12, 2019. The ISC event with the theme Student’s Role in Law and Political Discourse: Digital Era Perspective was attended by four speakers, four presenters, and around 100 students. The event was the result of collaboration between the Judicial Council of International Program (JCI) and the International Undergraduate Program Faculty of Law UII.

There are several interesting happens in the ISC. First, the event was officially opened by Dodik Setiawan Nur Heriyanto SH. MH., L.LM., Ph.D. through video shows. This happened because there was a parents meeting of new student who had to be attended by all faculty leaders. n the five-minute video, Dodik Setiawan expressed his apology for not being able to open the event directly.

Second, ISC speakers are students from across countries. The keynote speaker was Professor Christopher Cason, B.A., J.D. who is an alumnae of the University of Washington. Professor Cason gave his presentation about the role of law students as future leaders. Besides Professor Cason, there were two other speakers, Nur Gemilang Mahardhika, SH, LLM, alumnae from the Post Graduate University of Melbourne, and Fasya Addina, SH, cLLM, students of New York University. Nur Gemilang delivered her scientific material on “Liberalized Students, in Liberalized Education System”. While Fasya delivered scientific material on international humanitarian law.

Third, Fasya delivered his presentation in a video taken directly from the United States, which was recorded the day before the ISC. Fasya who is currently studying in the United States cannot attend directly at ISC. According to Dodik Setiawan, as the committee as well as the Secretary of the Undergraduate Program Faculty of Law UII, the material that was intended to be delivered by Fasya was planned to be done directly from the United States via Skype, but was cancelled due to other activities that Fasya could not leave behind.

Fourth, there were four speakers whose papers were contested in the ISC. The four speakers then presented their papers in front of the participants. The results of the paper and presentation were then assessed by Dodik Setiawan and Professor Cason as the jury. From the four speakers, the best paper and best presentation categories were taken, each of which received a prize from faculty.

Internship Briefing Session for Students

Around 378 students took part in the internship debriefing program held by PUSDIKLAT FH UII on Sunday, October 13, 2019. The number jumped sharply from the previous year which was only attended by around 100 students. The apprenticeship activities are a manifestation of the compulsory competence of legal skills carried out by FH UII.

The internship briefing was carried out in two sessions. According to the Head of the Ad Hoc Team of Internship, Eko Rial Nugroho, SH., MH., the internship implementation for this year is still the same as in previous years. “The stages are still the same, there is no change,” Eko added. The debriefing program is conducive. Students are divided into six different classes and get guidance on introductions about general things to technical matters.

Regarding the increasing number of apprenticeship students, according to Eko there were no significant problems. Eko admitted that there were indeed some technical obstacles, but they did not affect the general implementation of the internship. “There are technical problems. (But) Alhamdulillah, it can be handled well “, he stressed.

The internship program itself is divided into two types, namely regular internship and self-internship. Regular internship is an internship in which the destination location is determined and prepared by PUSDIKLAT FH UII, as the internship program implementer. Matters prepared include permits, apprenticeship agreements, until to all administrative matters. As for the self-internship students, they prepare and choose their own internship location.

Students will be placed in various locations. The locations of apprenticeship to be addressed include the notary/PPAT office, the attorney’s office, the lawyer’s office, the court, the local government law firm, the police, and the embassy. All the internship locations will be monitored by the internship committee.

Eko suspected that the cause of the increase in apprenticeship students was the result of the loss of the academic prerequisite system. “It is suspected to have jumped the most because there are no academic prerequisites. “The internship should be in the 2016 class, but 2017 has already taken”, said Eko. However, according to Eko that was not a problem.

According to the Deputy Chair of the Ad Hoc Committee of the Internship, Dodik Setiawan Nur Heriyanto, SH., MH., L.LM., Ph.D., the most regular internship students chose the Prosecutor’s Office while for the most independent apprentices the notary office. “The most regular apprenticeship is at the prosecutor’s office and self-internship at the notary,” said Dodik Setiawan. “Maybe there are many whose parents are notaries, so they might as well,” joked Dodik Setiawan, who was agreed by some students, when he filled out the debriefing material in class.

The internship must be followed by students for a minimum of 96 working hours in each office location. At the end of the program, students are required to make reports and respond. “All who have followed the internship process from beginning to end will receive internship certificates,” added Dodik Setiawan.