1. Legal Theory (LLM6101; 3 Credits)
This subject provides a concept or framework about certain phenomenon and reality. All those pehenomenons will closely related with the legal products, legal decisions, rules which are endorsed by officials. Legal Theory will discuss about the reason why and how the law emerge rather than discuss the substance of certain law. During the course, the lecturer will provide students with some assignment aim to foster student’s legal skill in analyzing the legal issue, legal purposes, and legal system taught by legal scholars
2. Sociology of Law (LLM6102; 3 Credits)
The object of sociology of law is the law itself, in which Sociology of Law will study on the manifestation of the legal theory in the people’s living life. This subject will introduce the importance of social approach to law by analysing the empirical fact of society. The focuses of Sociology of Law comprises legal change and social change, law as an integrative mechanism, law and legitimacy, law and development.
3. Legal Policy (LLM6103; 3 Credits)
As the manifestation of legal science, this subject analyses teh harmonization between State’s activities and its legal policy in order to achieve ius constituendum. Further, the subject will ultimately focus on the definition, correlation between politics of law and legal science, scope and elements of politics of law, process to be an ius constituendum State, politics of law as legal policy as well as political product, social changes, ius constitutum and ius constituendum.
4. Methodology of Legal Research (LLM6301; 3 Credits)
This subject aims to provide knowledges and skill for student to conduct legal research. The primary courses of this subject are the development of knowledge, types of legal research, type of data, data collection method, the formulation of Research question and research ethic. It also consists of management of data and provides discussion and practice in writing draft research proposal.
5. Human Rights Law (LLM6104; 3 Credits)
The subject aims to give the student an understanding about international human right laws, International human rights mechanism, the general instrument and specific convension such as CEDAW and CRC convention, other human rights mechanisms. The subject includes the critical perspective of the implementation of legal remedies under particular human rights mechanism and special conventions, and the exhaustion of legal remedies. Moreover, the subject will provide illustration case in order to trigger the student’s ability to apply certain Convention to such case and the applicability in domestic level.
6. International Exposure (LLM6302; 3 Credits)
Students may choose from the activities below to complete 3 credits of compulsory international exposure:
a.Exchange program/international workshop (3 credits)
b.Paper presentation in an international conference (3 credits)
c.Attendance in an international conference (1 credit)
d.Publication in an indexed international publication (3 credits)
e.Participation in a summer course (1 credit/week)
f.Participation in a guest lecture (1 credit/5 attendance supported with report)
g.Internship (2 credits/month)
h.Research stay (2 credits/month)
i.Participation in an international elective course (2 credits/semester)
j.Participation in an international competition (2 credits/competition)
k.Participation in a Double Degree program (3 credits)
7. Thesis (LLM7990; 6 Credits)
A Master’s thesis shall comprise a paper of 15,000-25,000 words (exclusive of tables, statutes, notes, appendices, and bibliography). The thesis module consists of a research proposal, a proposal seminar, a research presentation, a defense, and submission of the revised thesis post-defense.
8. Corporate Law (LLM6501; 3 Credits)
This subject aims to give an analytical perspective of certain theories and principles exists in a corporate law, the principles of business judgment rule and piercing corporate veil, the content of Indonesian Company Law (Law number 40 of 2007), the differences between legal entity and non-legal entity. Moreover, corportae law also will give explanation to the students concerning the definition and characteristics of each non-legal entities and legal entities such as maatschap, cv, firm, limited liability company, etc.
9. Banking Law (LLM6502; 3 Credits)
This subject talks about banking law cases that relate to the application of banking law principles. This subject also provides the history and definition about banking and banking law, also the functions and the roles of central bank. This course also discusses about the real cases that happen nowadays and few years ago, the economic crisis that caused by the breach of banking law in many country in the world and gave the domino effect for the stabilization of the world economy.
10. Activities within the Capital Market (LLM6503; 3 Credits)
This subject consists of the studies which are: introduction of capital market structure, the reason why we need the capital market, initial public offering process, the transaction activity of the capital market. Besides learn from capital market Indonesian law, the students will also learn from another state, United States of America for example, to be compared with the Indonesian law.
12. Insurance Law (LLM6504; 3 Credits)
This subject provides the students with the study of the introduction to insurance law, legal principles in insurance law, insurance agreement and types of insurance. After learn about the theory of insurance law, the students be expected to can analyze the insurance contract, the cases of insurance law that happen in the reality and elaborate it with the exist regulations of insurance law.
13. Public International Law (LLM6511; 3 Credits)
This subject focuses to study on the legal framework under international law. The main topics of spublic international law subjects such as the development of international law, recognition of international law as law, custom and treaties, legal personality of the subjects of international law, territorial matters and treaty.
14. International Organization Law (LLM6512; 3 Credits)
This subjects will discuss on several aspects likewise law-making process in International Organisations, the roles of IO in maintaining global peace and security, Legal rights and obligations of IO, the existence and prospect of UN politically and juridically, IO as a global administrative law and its implication to the world, the theories in IO, the emergence of regional international organisations, the role and positions of IO in enhancing and protecting the human rights.
15. Law of the Sea (LLM6513; 3 Credits)
The subject of the law of the sea focuses more on the sovereignty of the state in possesing the water territory. Further, this subject will discover and analyse the main basic legal instrument of law of the sea: UNCLOS. Primary focuses of this subject: history and development of the law of the sea, how Grotius impacted the development of the law of the sea, UNCLOS: sea lane passage, rights and obligation of the land-locked states and coastal states, international safety navigation, applicability of UNCLOS and IMO, exclusive economic zone, archipelagic states, etc.
16. International Humanitarian Law (LLM6514; 3 Credits)
Law and Governance
17. Constitutional Development and Principles of Good Governance (LLM6521; 3 Credits)
Indonesia is one of the few countries which can relatively smooth in conducting transition from the authoritarian regime to democratic government. This experience is pivotal to be thought for Indonesian students to nurture the what so-called “collective memory” of the nation. These are also used to be shared with international students as a unique information. Thus, this course will assist the student to understand the constitutional development faced by Indonesia in changing of the regimes. The course will also expand the discussion about the positive progress of the embodiment of the good governance principles and its implementation.
18. Public Policy, Legislation, and Review Mechanism (LLM6522; 3 Credits)
This course aims to discuss the relationship between law and public policy. These two share different positions, but each of these strengthens one to another. On the one hand, public policy may assist the lawmaking process so that the process adheres particular public policy techniques. On the other hand, the public policy shall not breach the law. In addition to that, the course also discusses the possible alternatives to review the existed regulation either the regulation made by the local or central government.
19. Local Government: National and Comparative Law Perspective (LLM6523; 3 Credits)
This course aims to discuss the dynamics of the local government power from the legal history perspective. Under the Indonesian authoritarian regime, the power of the local administration had been limited; at the early stage of the Reformation era, local government enjoyed vast power. However, the results of the expansive power led to undesirable results. Since then, Indonesia tried to re-adjust the power of the local government. This course will explain what lesson learned can be gained from this development. Also, the course will also touch on the discussion about the role and the power of local government in other countries especially related to centralization and decentralization perspective.
20. State Finance and State Expenditure (LLM6524; 3 Credits)
This course intends to discuss the various possibilities to finance the state development. It can be done by collecting the taxes, using the loan, and conducting collaboration between the government and the private parties via, for instance, but may not be limited to, build – operate – transfer (BOT). Besides that, this course may also touch upon the government procurement processes. Nearly 30% of the annual state budget is spent via public procurement; therefore, the procurement issues is important to be discussed. The course will also discuss on the oversight mechanism to prevent misuse of the budget.
21. Comparative Criminal Law (LLM6531; 3 Credits)
22. International Criminal Law (LLM6531; 3 Credits)
23. Indonesian Criminal Justice System (LLM6531; 3 Credits)
24. Criminology and Victimology (LLM6531; 3 Credits)