Law, Governance, Globalization


Conference Locations

  • Hotel Swiss Belinn Manyar Surabaya

    Hall Diamond 1

    Hotel Swiss Belinn Manyar Surabaya


Conference Schedule

07:30 AM - 08:30 AM Registration and coffee morning
08:30 AM - 09:00 AM Opening Ceremony:
  • Singing Indonesian National Anthem “Indonesia Raya”
  • Welcoming Show (traditional dance)
  • Opening speech by Rector of Universitas AirlanggaOpening Prayer
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM Plenary Session 1

Room: Hall Diamond 1

Moderator: Nurul Barizah

  1. Fifi Junita (Universitas Airlangga Faculty of Law, Indonesia)
  2. Tineke E. Lambooy (Nyenrode Business Universiteit, The Netherlands)
  3. Sam Blay (The Sydney City of School of Law Top Education Institute, Australia)
  4. Theodoor Bakker (ABNR Counsellours at Law, Jakarta, Indonesia)
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM Lunch Break
01:00 PM - 03:00 PM Parallel Session 1.1-1.4

Parallel Session 1.1: Legal Challenges on Information Technology

Room : Hall Diamond 1

Moderator: Indriani Masitoh

  1. Ida Bagus Abhimantara (Universitas Airlangga)The Consumer Protection Law Against Breach of Contract Due in Electronic Transactions
  2. Hardianto Djanggih, Hambali Thalib, Hamza Baharuddin, Nurul Qamar (Universitas Tompotika Luwuk)The Legal Protection for Child Victims of Cyber Crime in Indonesia
  3. Trisadini Prasastinah Usanti, Fiska Silvia Raden Roro (Universitas Airlangga)Legal Protection of the Parties of the Lending Based Finance Technology as Intermediary Institution in Indonesia
  4. Anang Setiyawan (Universitas Wiraraja)Strengthening Indonesia’s Policy on National Cyber Security to Deal with Cyber-warfare
  5. Ameen Ali Talib, Chee Yuen Yew (Head Applied Projects Business School Singapore University of Social Science)A Review of Fintech Regulations in Emerging Economies Countries – China, Singapore and Hong Kong

Parallel Session 1.2: Rule of Law: New Paradigms on Private Law

Room : Emerald 3

Moderator: Fifi Junita

  1. 1. Erni Agustin, Oemar Moechtar, Noviana (Universitas Airlangga)The Legal Position of Children Born Out of Wedlock Recognized During a Marriage Under Article 285 Burgerlijk Wetboek After the Constitutional Court Decision Number 46/PUU-VIII/2010
  2. Agus Yudha Hernoko, Erni Agustin, Faizal Kurniawan (Universitas Airlangga)Nuptil Agreements in Indonesia: A New Change in Indonesian Marriage Law
  3. Oemar Moechthar, Disca Betty Viviansari (Universitas Airlangga)The Position of Beneficial Acceptance Heirs in the Settlement of Debtors' Unfulfilled Obligations
  4. Rosalien van de Foort, Yuniarti, (Nyenrode Business Universiteit)The Rule of Law Concerning Incorporation Capital
  5. Anita Afriana (Universitas Padjadjaran)Reflections to the Principle of Business Judgment Rules in the Indonesia‘s Company Law
  6. Faizal Kurniawan, Erni Agustin, Rizky Amalia (Universitas Airlangga)Elaboration on Concepts of Restitution and Compensation as a Form of Liability in Private Law

Parallel Session 1.3: Rule of Law: Democracy, Law Making Process, and Local Autonomy

Room : Emerald 4

Moderator: G.H. Addink

  1. Fauziyah (Universitas Muhammadiyah Jember)Principles the Rule of Law in the Settlement of the Election of Head Village
  2. M. Syaiful Aris (Universitas Airlangga)Lobbyists in Legislative Process (Study Comparative in USA and Indonesia)
  3. Sherly Ayuna Putri, Hazar Kusmayanti, Linda Rachmainy (Universitas Padjadjaran)Mobile Court
  4. Ayu Putriyanti (Universitas Diponegoro)New Paradigm of Administrative Court in Modern Governance
  5. Lailani Sungkar (Universitas Padjadjaran)Emergency Rules in Democratic Constitutionalism: The Anomaly of Government Regulation in Lieu of Law (Perppu) No. 2/2017 on Mass Organization
  6. Rodiyah Tangwun (Universitas Negeri Semarang)The Establishment and Development of Progressive Law in Formulating Laws and Regulations in Democracy Era: Contemporary Issues
  7. Radian Salman, Rosa Ristawati (Universitas Airlangga)Judging Democracy:  Activism of Indonesian Constitutional Court on Election Law
  8. Dhia Al Uyun (Universitas Airlangga)Reasonableness: The Argue of Constitutional Court About Neutrality Civil Servant for Good Governance

Parallel Session 1.4: Good Governance: Towards Clean Government and Corruption Eradication (Part 1)

Room: Emerald 5

Moderator: Md. Ashadujjaman

  1. Rr. Herini Siti Aisyah, Nur Basuki Minarno (Universitas Airlangga)Factors Affecting the Development of Human Resources in State Financial Management to Encourage the Good Governance in Indonesia
  2. Rizky Amalia, Faizal Kurniawan (Universitas Airlangga)The Principles of Sustainable Procurement in Public Contract to Streamline the Government Budget
  3. Tatiek Sri Djatmiati, M. Hadi Shubhan, Bambang Suheryadi, Rr. Herini Siti Aisyah (Universitas Airlangga)Corruption Prevention Through the Inspectorate Role in the Financial Supervision in the Regional Autonomy Era in Indonesia
  4. Ahmad Munir (Universitas Islam Darul Ulum)Good Governance on Tax Amnesty
  5. Dri Utari Christina Rachmawati (Universitas Airlangga)Justifying Legal Politics President Joko Widodo on Combating Corruption in the Context of Good Governance (2014-2017)6. Emanuel Sudjatmoko, Wilda Prihatiningtyas (Universitas Airlangga)Financial Balance of Central and Local Government in the Management of the Upstream Oil and GasAcknowledgement: This parallel session is co-organized with SMART project
  6. Emanuel Sudjatmoko, Wilda Prihatiningtyas (Universitas Airlangga)Financial Balance of Central and Local Government in the Management of the Upstream Oil and Gas.
Acknowledgement: This parallel session is co-organized with SMART project (Parallel Session 1.4: Good Governance: Towards Clean Government and Corruption Eradication (Part 1))
03:00 PM - 05:00 PM Parallel Session 1.5-1.7

Parallel Session 1.5: Good Governance: Towards Clean Government and Corruption Eradication (Part II)

Room: Emerald 3

Moderator: Bart Jansen

  1. Indria Wahyuni, Emanuel Sudjatmoko, Wilda Prihatiningtyas (Research Student at School of Law University of Birmingham)The “Power to Control” of Oil State-Owned Company in Indonesia: Should Special Business Entities Be Formed?
  2. Moh. Saleh (Universitas Narotama)Dismissal of Governor on Charges of Blasphemy Crime
  3. Sri Winarsi, Dwi Rahayu Kristianti (Universitas Airlangga)Village Fund Management in the Perspective of State Finances for the Purpose of Rural Community Empowerment
  4. Oheo K. Haris, Adnan Jamal (Universitas Halu Oleo)Preventing Maladministration on Issuing Mining License (A Case Study in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia).
  5. Bagus Oktafian Abrianto, Faizal Kurniawan and Wilda Prihatiningtyas (Universitas Airlangga)Management Village-Owned Enterprises Based Social EnterpreneurshipAcknowledgement: This parallel session is co-organized with SMART project

Acknowledgement: This parallel session is co-organized with SMART project.

Parallel Session 1.6: Law and Sustainable Development

Room: Emerald 4

Moderator: Tineke E. Lambooy

  1. Nur Sulistyo Ambarini, Tito Sofyan, Edra Sadmaidi (Universitas Bengkulu)Business Women and the Legal Protection in Vortex of the Global Economy
  2. Muhammad Jufri, Deity Yuningsih, Muh Sjiaful (Universitas Halu Oleo)The Legal Study on Corporate Social Responsibility in the Realization for Environmental Development in South East Sulawesi
  3. Radian Salman, Prawitra Thalib, Faizal Kurniawan, Erni Agustin (Universitas Airlangga)Establishing Sustainable Companies and Social Welfare Through the Scheme of Corporate Social Responsibility
  4. Yayan Hernayanto (Legal Head/ Manufacturing Industry Jakarta)Good Corporate Governance for Private Multinational Company to Comply with Global Anti-bribery Regulations (UK Bribery Act & FCPA) and Indonesia Company Law
  5. Wahyu Kurniawan (Universitas Wijaya Putra)Indonesian Legal Devices to Enhance the Business Performance of PPP Projects.
  6. Lilik Pudjiastuti (Universitas Airlangga)Surabaya Government Policy in Conducting Sustained Urban Development with Respect to Urban Heritage
  7. Prawitra Thalib, Faizal Kurniawan, Erni Agustin, Hilda Yunita Sabrie (Universitas Airlangga)Enhancing Zakah and Waqf Function: The Application of Islamic Corporate Social Entrepreneurship in Indonesia
  8. Muchammad Zaidun, Mas Rahmah (Universitas Airlangga)Public Private Partnership for Infrastructure Projects: The Advantage and the Disadvantage ExaminedAcknowledgement: This parallel session is co-organized with SMART project

Acknowledgement: This parallel session is co-organized with SMART project.

Parallel Session 1.7: Legal aspects of food security

Room: Emerald 5

Moderator: Koesrianti

  1. Indrawati, Lilik K.P (Universitas Airlangga)Synchronization of Authority in Integrated Agricultural License Services in Order to Actualize the Sovereignty of Food Security.
  2. Nurul Barizah (Universitas Airlangga)Protection of Farmer Rights Through a Sui Generis System to Support Food Sovereignty in Indonesia.
  3. Intan Innayatun Soeparna (Universitas Airlangga)Revisiting Agriculture Policy in Indonesia to Maintain Food Security and Sustainability.
  4. Yusuf Adiwibowo (Universitas Negeri Jember)Measure the Scientific Principle in Food Safety Gatt.
  5. Suparto Wijoyo, Wilda Prihatiningtyas, Zuhda Mila Fitriana (Universitas Airlangga)Effectiveness of Paris Agreement Regime in Control Global Warming in the Field of Food Security (Comparative Studies of Indonesia and India).
08:30 AM - 09:00 AM Registration and Coffee Morning
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM Plenary Session 2 & SMART PROJECT1. Plenary Session 2

Room : Hall Diamond 1

Moderator: Iman Prihandono

  1. G. H. Addink (Utrecht University School of Law, The Netherlands)
  2. Gary Bell (National University of Singapore Faculty of Law, Singapore)
  3. L. M. Hayyan Ul Haq (Universitas Mataram Faculty of Law, Indonesia)


2. SMART Project Seminar: Threshold and Fast Lanes on the Roads towards A More Sustainable Garment Industry (start: 09.00-16.00).

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM Lunch Break
01:00 PM - 03:00 PM Parallel Session 2.1-2.4

Parallel Session 2.1: Water Resources, Coastal Management, and Maritime Law

Room: Emerald 3

Moderator: Nilam A. Kurniasari

  1. Siska Purnianti (Ministry of Public Works and Housing of the Republic of Indonesia)The Establishment Urgency of Drinking Water State-Owned Enterprises after the Cancellation of Water Resources Law.
  2. Nurul Fajri Chikmawati, Tri Hayati (Universitas Indonesia)Management of Coastal Resources on the Just Basis: A Study on Strengthened Authority for Coastal Villages in Using Natural Resources along the Coastal Areas in Banyuwangi.
  3. Virgayani FattahRights to Education for Coastal People in Indonesia.
  4. Ema Septaria (Universitas Bengkulu)The Existence of Customary Law of Kaum in Preserving Fisheries Sources in Mukomuko.
  5. Ria Tri Vinata (Universitas Airlangga)Archipelagic State Principle in International Maritime Law Development.

Parallel Session 2.2: Protecting Intellectual Properties in Globalization Era

Room: Emerald 4

Moderator: L. M. Hayyan Ul Haq

  1. Helitha Novianty Muchtar, Ahmad M Ramli and Muhamad Amirulloh (Universitas Padjadjaran)The Benefits Indication of Origin Protection of Natural Dyeing Tenun Ikat for the Small Business in Sumba
  2. Abdul Atsar (Universitas Singa Perbangsa, Karawang)Legal Protection of Invention in the Field of Bioinformatics in Indonesia and Singapore
  3. Kholis Roisah, Putri Purbasari Raharningtyas M (Universitas Diponegoro)Implementation of the Ownership of Trade Secret Protection in Company
  4. Muhamad Amirulloh, Ahmad M. Ramli, Helitha Novianty Muchtar (Universitas Padjadjaran)Legal Protection to Use of Name or Title Creative and Innovative Work as Domain Name in Indonesia.
  5. Mas Rahmah (Universitas Airlangga)The Nagoya Protocol for Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources: Key Challenges and Practical Ways Forward for the Implementation in Indonesia.
  6. Agung Sujatmiko, Ria Setyawati (Universitas Airlangga)The Constitutive System of Trademarks Registration in Indonesia and Australia.

Parallel Session 2.3: Human Rights in Globalization Era

Room: Emerald 5

Moderator: Herlambang P. Wiratraman

  1. Riri Anggriani (Universitas Tadulako)The Protection and Fulfillment of Human Rights of Irregular Migrant Workers Through the Non Discrimination Principle in Order of the Implementation of Social Justice
  2. Ridwan Arifin, Careno Bafaloe, Muhammad Adam Farizko (Universitas Negeri Semarang)International Cooperation on Protecting Human Rights in Regional ASEAN (Insight from Indonesia)
  3. Riswan Erfa, Mustajillah (Legal Analyst at Provincial Government of South Kalimantan, Indonesia)The Legislation Ratios on the Reformulation of the Criminal Law on Indecent Deeds to the Same Sex Couple in Indonesia (The Comparative Study of Indonesian Criminal Law and Two Other Asian Countries)
  4. Agus Takariawan (Universitas Padjadjaran)Implementation of Restitution to Trafficking Victims as a Form of Legal Protection in the Perspective of Human Rights
  5. Hernadi Affandi (Universitas Padjadjaran)The Restriction of Citizens Political Rights in Perspective of Human Rights and Democracy: Experience of Indonesia.
  6. Zendy Wulan Ayu Widhi Prameswari, Dwi Rahayu Kristianti (Universitas Airlangga)Non-Discrimination Principle in the Indonesian Legislation Concerning Children.
  7. Aulia Rosa Nasution (Universitas Medan Area)Terrorism As a Crime Against Humanity an Overview To The Acts of Terrorism in the 21st Century From The International Law and The Human Rights Perspective.
  8. Said Achmad Kabiru Rafiie, Said Atah and Amir Husni (Universitas Teuku Umar Aceh)Learning from 12 Years of Peace in Aceh: Seeking Prosperity and Progress in Aceh.

Parallel Session 2.4: Health Law and Social Security System

Room : Emerald 6

Moderator: Astutik

  1. Carolina Kuntardjo, Agus Yudha Hernoko (Universitas Airlangga)Transparency in Surgical Informed Consent to Prevent Medical Dispute
  2. Nur Basuki Minarno, Rr Herini Siti Aisyah (Universitas Airlangga)Prevention of Corruption in Health Policy in the Era of Regional Autonomy
  3. Hilda Sabrie, Prawitra Thalib (Universitas Airlangga)Implementation of Article 4 Act No. 24 /2011 about BPJS on the National Health Insurance System to Improve Health Services
  4. Sarwirini (Universitas Airlangga)Rehabilitation of Narcotics Addicts as the Rights to Health
  5. Siti Soekiswati (Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta)The Comparison of Indonesian and Singapore Health Laws
03:00 PM - 05:00 PM Parallel Session 2.5-2.7

Parallel Session 2.5: Legal aspects of regionalism: free trade and its challenges

Room: Emerald 4

Moderator: Eva Tri Tjitrawati

  1. Kim van der Borght, Intan Soeparna (Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium)The Changing Role of Amicus-Curiae in the Relations Between Non-Government Organization and the World Trade Organization
  2. Maria Francisca Mulyadi (Universitas Presiden)Legal Requirement on Transaction Cross-Border After the Free Trade of ASEAN-Hong Kong
  3. Jani Purnawanty Jasfin (Universitas Airlangga)How Developing Countries Benefited by the WTO Rule of Origin
  4. Lanny Ramli, Koesrianti (Universitas Airlangga)Reformation Protection on Indonesian Worker Regime to ASEAN Community 2025.
  5. Anisha Tiana (Universitas Airlangga)The Political Direction of the Law Controlling Foreign Workers Who Works in Indonesia.
  6. Azhari Yahya (Universitas Syiah Kuala)Legal Study on Investment Inflows into Aceh Province after Peace Resolution Period

Parallel Session 2.6: The development of transportation law

Room: Emerald 5

Moderator: Intan Innayatun

  1. Adhy Riady Arafah, Bagus Oktafian Abrianto (Universitas Airlangga)Legal Procedures for Indemnification of Air Transport Service
  2. Fani Martiawan Kumara Putra, Agus Yudha Hernoko (Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya)Ease of Ship Mortgage Execution for A Ship That Located Outside The Jurisdiction of The State To Support International Shipping Business
  3. Rizky Amalia, Kukuh Leksono S. Aditya, Hilda Yunita Sabrie (Universitas Airlangga)Analisys of Legal Relationship in Online Transportation Business Activity
  4. R. Ray Audi Stevan Bimaputra (Universitas Airlangga)Legal Protection for Public Transport Passengers
  5. Zahry Vandawati Chumaida, Hilda Yunita Sabrie, Rizky Amalia, Prawitra Thalib (Universitas Airlangga)The Problem of Online Transportation in Indonesia

Parallel Session 2.7: Legal aspect of regionalism: international cooperation and comparative perspective

Room: Emerald 6

Moderator: Sam Blay

  1. Bilal Dewansyah (Universitas Padjadjaran)Reconciling Refugee Protection and State Sovereignty in ASEAN Member States:  Law and Policy Related to Refugee in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand
  2. Indah Cahyani (Universitas Trunojoyo)The Openness Principle in Government Agreement
  3. Peni Jati Setyowati (Universitas Airlangga)The Cooperation of Local Government with Foreign Institution
  4. Aktieva Tri Tjitrawati (Universitas Airlangga)Protection of Migrant Workers' Health Rights in ASEAN Law: Too Little Too Late
  5. Anang Setiyawan, Evi Retnowulan, Tahegga Primananda Alfath (Universitas Narotama)Comparative Study on the Use of Legal Instruments in ASEAN Economic Community.
  6. Wilda Prihatiningtyas, Zuhda Mila Fitriana (Universitas Airlangga)Environmental Law Enforcement in the Perspective of Indonesia and Australia: Case Study of Forest Fires.
  7. Ainul AzizahPunishment Against the Perpetrator of Insider Trading (Comparison Between Indonesia Law and Singapore Law).
05:00 PM - 05:30 PM Closing:
  • Conference remarks
  • Closing speech: Dean of Faculty of Law, Universitas Airlangga

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