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Global Mondays Weekly Lecture Series - Judicial Reform in Indonesia: Comparative Insights from the U.S.

William H. Gates Hall
12:30 PM - 1:20 PM

"Indonesian Judiciary Reform: Lesson Learnt and How the US Judiciary Practices are Applicable to the Effort"

Fifiek Woelandara Mulyana, 2013 Eisenhower Fellow; Judicial Training Expert and Judicial Reform Team Assistant, Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia; Managing Partner, Mulyana Abrar Advocates

Hosted by UW Law Global Affairs, the Asian Law Center, and the Southeast Asia Center at the Jackson School of International Studies

A leading consultant on judicial reform in Indonesia, Fifiek Woelandara plays a significant role in implementing the Supreme Court’s 25 Year Blue Print. In particular, she is interested in capacity-building and education programs for all court staff, including judges. She also maintains an active law practice at the law firm she co-founded. Fifiek holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Indonesia and a Master of Laws degree in International Human Rights from Northwestern University. As a 2013 Eisenhower Fellow, she will examine best practices in judicial reform, education, and innovation; education programs to promote integrity within the court system; and methods to improve leadership skills.