14th High School Moot Court Judges

We are so grateful to all of the judges that have taken a part in realizing the 14th High School Moot Court Competition. Thank you for supporting our event by attending and contributing your time to assist in judging the competition. We hope you enjoy the experience and had a memorable time.

Alex Wijaya is a highly accomplished third-year law student at Airlangga University majoring in business law. In 2020, he participated in the Foreign Direct Investment Moot where his team was ranked 4th globally while he acquired Top 16th Best Advocates out of 242 participants. In the same year, he was appointed as the Vice Project Officer and led a team in hosting the Asian International Arbitration Centre Virtual Workshop covering East Java province. In 2021, he participated in the Philip C. Jessup where his team qualified to the White and Case Advance Rounds. Aside from his achievements in IMCC, he is also an Awardee of the Federal Bank of Indonesia Merit Scholarship of 2021/2022.

ALEX WIJAYA

Axel Cross is an undergraduate student currently attending the Faculty of Law at Universitas Airlangga after completing the    International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in 2019. As of now, he has completed several moots such as assisting the 2020 National Champion for the Jessup, qualifying for the White and Case advanced rounds in the 2021 Jessup, and his team placed 4th globally for the 2020 FDI Moot where he ranked as the 3rd best oralist out of 242 participants. Most recently, he ranked as the 6th best oralist out of 238 oralists in the 2021 FDI Moot.

AXEL CROSS

Axel Victor Christian received his Bachelor of Law from UPH in 2021. He had participated in the 12th Indonesian Round of the International Humanitarian Law Moot Court in 2017. He is currently taking postgraduate studies (Master of Law) in UPH and working as a Research Assistant in various fields of law (Company Law, Contract Disputes, Insurance Law, Competition Law and Environmental Law). His fields of interest includes IHL, Military Law, Contract Disputes and Philosophy of Law

AXEL VICTOR

Christopher Cusan is an undergraduate student currently attending the Faculty of Law at Universitas Katolik Parahyangan. As of now, he has completed several moots such as the international humanitarian law in 2019 and WILLEM C VIS international commercial arbitration in 2020. In IHL, his team reached the quarter finals for the 2019 international humanitarian law where he ranked as the 4th best oralist. In VIS, his team advanced to the quarterfinal (top 8 amongst 147 teams worldwide).

CHRISTOPHER CUSAN

Ms. Dyan Franciska Dumaris Sitanggang is a lecturer in International Law at the Faculty of Law, Parahyangan Catholic University since 2016. During her undergraduate study at Sam Ratulangi University, she had participated in the 2012 and 2013 national rounds of Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, and has been fascinated by International Law ever since. She pursued her master’s degree at Universitas Gadjah Mada and was involved in several International Law research projects. She is responsible to teach Public International Law courses; but focuses on Treaty Law, Human Rights Law, and Environmental Law for her research. She has participated in a number of international conferences on International Law, among others, the 15 th Asian Law Institute International Conference held in Seoul National University in which she spoke about the tragedy in Benjina and the 2020 DILA Conference talking about waste management; and has authored journal articles on Human Rights law and Environmental Law.

DYAN DUMARIS

Esther is a graduate of Faculty of Law Universitas Pelita Harapan with the predicate Magna Cum Laude. As a corporate lawyer specializing in forensics & fraud investigation and fraud risk management, Esther has become a Certified Fraud Examiner and a member of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (USA).Esther has also been trusted to be the consultant to the Constitutional Court of Republic of Indonesia. Additionally, Esther is currently positioning as Deputy Director of Anti-Fraud Consultant at Bibit Samad Rianto Center and working independently as Legal Services Director under an entity of Awesome Consulting. Esther has extensive experience in building anti-fraud management systems in companies, as well as handling fraud cases, including those involving cross-border transactions. For her achievements, Esther now joins as an Expert for British (UK) Embassy Anti-Corruption Programme Expert Group.

ESTHER ROSALINE

Glenn Wijaya, LL.B., S.H. is an Advocate and Associate at Christian Teo & Partners. Prior to his current position, he was an Associate at AKSET Law, a Legal Assistant at Lawyerindo, Legal Intern at AYMP Atelier of Law and Legal Intern at the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials (Office of the Co-Prosecutors, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia). He is currently pursuing an LL.M. in Chinese Law at Tsinghua University, People's Republic of China as a Chinese Government Scholarship Awardee. He holds an LL.B. in International and European Law from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands and a S.H., magna cum laude, from Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia. During his studies in Groningen, he received an Erasmus scholarship to study abroad at the University of Warsaw, Poland. During his studies at UPH, he represented UPH numerous times in international moots (IHL and Vis East) as well as model UN conferences and other law-related competitions. He speaks Indonesian and English, but he also has intermediate reading skills in French and Dutch as well as pre-intermediate skills in Simplified Mandarin Chinese. Outside of work, he frequently acts as a judge or advisor/coach in a host of international and national mooting competitions and other law-related competitions.

GLENN WIJAYA

Josua Gantan was a speaker for the 2015 UPH Foreign Direct Investment Arbitration Moot Team which won 1st place in the Asian Regional Round (Seoul, South Korea) and 2nd place in the Global Round (London, UK). He was a journalist at the English-language daily Jakarta Globe, an analyst at 01VC venture capital, and a trainee solicitor at Linklaters Singapore. He passed the Indonesian Bar Exam (Ujian Profesi Advokat - UPA) in 2018. He is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Notarial Law at Universitas Indonesia.

JOSUA GANTAN

John Lumbantobing is the Vice Dean and a lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan. He obtained his law degrees from Universitas Katolik Parahyangan and the University of Cambridge (Hughes Hall). John’s main academic focus is in commercial arbitration, international contracts, international investment law and the domestic application of international law. Some of his works have been published by the Oxford Reports on International Law, Oxford University Press and Cambridge University Press, including a chapter in the upcoming edited volume ‘Investment Treaties and the Rule of Law Promise: the Asian Experience’. Before going to academia, John practiced commercial litigation and international arbitration at a leading disputes law firm in Jakarta. He is also the current Chairman of the Young Members Group Committee of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) for Indonesia, a Member of the Board of Commissioners at ASA Mining Company and at Koperasi Kasih Indonesia (a microfinance institution), as well as a Member of the Board of Trustees at LBH Aksa (legal aid focusing on corporate matters for small and medium enterprises and BUMDes).

JOHN TOBING

Karen Mills, a Founding Member of the KarimSyah Law Firm in Jakarta, is universally recognised as one of Asia’s leading arbitrators. She sits as arbitrator throughout the region and the US, and coaches several teams, and often serves as judge/arbitrator, for the VIS and other moot competitions, also serving on the Board of the Vis East Moot Organisation. Ms. Mills has been a Fellow of CIArb since 1996 and a Chartered Arbitrator from approximately 2000. She established and, for its first ten years Chaired, the Indonesian Chapter of CIArb, now serving as Advisor, and is also a member of the Main Committee of the CIArb's East Asia Branch. She has often tutored all level of CIArb, and other, courses both in Indonesia and elsewhere in the region. Ms. Mills was one of the original members of ArbitralWomen, and served on the Board and Executive Board for the first 26 years of the organisation's existence, having just stepped down last year to join the Advisory Council. She set up and for a number of years Chaired both the Mentorship and the Moot Funding committees. Ms. Mills has sat as arbitrator in cases involving oil, gas, mining, power, insurance, finance, tax, and general investment and trade. As counsel she has successfully acted as lead counsel for the Indonesian Government in a number of investor-state disputes, and also represents various state-owned and private multinational companies, in both resolution of disputes and structuring of transactions. Ms. Mills’s substantive fields of specialization include investor-state disputes, financing and restructuring, oil, gas, mining and energy matters, hotel and leisure management, insurance, maritime and aviation law, information technology and general cross-border investment and transactions. She has published over 150 papers in international professional books and journals, and sits on the boards of a number of other prestigious, institutions, such as the IMI/IBA Investor-State Mediation Task Force, Appointing Committee of the Chinese European Arbitration Centre and the Editorial Board of the Journal of World Energy Law & Business.

KAREN MILLS

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KAREN PHANG

Kevin Setiadi, S.H. graduated with distinction from Faculty of Law Universitas Katolik Parahyangan. During his study, he participated and coached in several moot court competitions. In 2018, he won the Indonesian Round of International Humanitarian Law Moot Court Competition and became representative of Indonesia at the Asia-Pacific Regional Round of the International Humanitarian Law Moot Court Competition 2019. He also became an assistant editor in a book project concerning Refugee Law under the supervision of Mrs. Theodora Pritadianing Saputri, S.H., LL.M. He joined the Indonesian Society of International Law in 2018 and currently serving as Director of Event and Production.

KEVIN SETIADI

Laila Maghfira Andaretna is a third-year law student at Universitas Airlangga focusing on Business Law. In her first year, she was awarded the 2nd Best Overall Memorials in the 2019 INTERNATION IMCC. She was the former 4th World Champion in the Foreign Direct Investment Arbitration Moot 2020. She assisted the UNAIR's team for the 2021 White & Case Jessup Global Rounds and coached the Top 18th team in the 2021 Alsa International Moot Court Competition. Aside from pursuing IMCC, she was the panelist in the 2021 International Conference on Law and Human Rights held by Indonesia's Ministry of Law and Human Rights. Fira is also an Awardee of the Federal Bank of Indonesia Merit-based Scholarship of 2021/2022.

LAILA ANDARETNA

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MANIKA SADARANGANI

Naila Sjarif obtained her Bachelor of Law degree from the Faculty of Law of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) with a cum laude predicate. During her time as a law student, she actively participated in international moot competitions, including the Willem C. Vis Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition (Vis Moot) and Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot – wherein she was ranked as the Top 25 Best Advocate and her team was awarded the 5th Best Respondent Memorial in the global rounds of the latter competition. She has coached UGM delegations and also served as an arbitrator for the Vis Moot rounds in Hong Kong. Naila is presently an LL.M. candidate at Stanford Law School. Prior to that, she worked as a lawyer at Budidjaja International Lawyers and UMBRA Strategic Legal Solutions.

NAILA SJARIF

Natasha Situmeang received her Bachelor of Law from UPH. She had participated in multiple international moot court competitions including the ICRC IHL Moot, Willem C. Vis (East) International Commercial Arbitration Moot, and the Asia Cup Moot. She currently works as a commercial lawyer at a financial technology company.

NATASHA SITUMEANG

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PEGGY MARGARETH

Mr. Fanning is an Australian barrister and solicitor, and is a graduate of the University of Queensland (law) and the University of PNG (politics and economics). He transferred from Australia's Clayton Utz to the Indonesian law firm of Hutabarat Halim & Rekan in 19977. He practices in the commercial and corporate areas, especially in matters involving foreign investment. He also advises in such diverse areas as land and water resources, oil and gas, mining, construction, insurance, air and sea transport (including port development and use), industrial relations and dispute resolution.He is a member of Lawasia, the Australian Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is a Board member of the Indonesia Australia Business Council (since 2000), Chairman of the International Business Chamber (since 2002), and Indonesia Director of the Australia-ASEAN Chamber of Commerce (since 2017).

PETER FANNING

Sharon Cahyadi have participated in a number of moot court competitions, including but not limited to the 2018 Foreign Direct Investment Moot where she was awarded the 3rd Best Oralist and 2nd Highest Ranked Team in the South Korea Regional Rounds. She has previously pursued corporate law by interning in Ginting & Reksodiputro in association with Allen & Overy, and being employed in Witara Cakra Advocates in association with White & Case LLP. She currently pursued other passions relating to environmental law as a legal volunteer in 350 Washington, a climate justice NGO.

ROYHAN AKBAR

Sharon Cahyadi have participated in a number of moot court competitions, including but not limited to the 2018 Foreign Direct Investment Moot where she was awarded the 3rd Best Oralist and 2nd Highest Ranked Team in the South Korea Regional Rounds. She has previously pursued corporate law by interning in Ginting & Reksodiputro in association with Allen & Overy, and being employed in Witara Cakra Advocates in association with White & Case LLP. She currently pursued other passions relating to environmental law as a legal volunteer in 350 Washington, a climate justice NGO.

RUTH IVANA

Sabrina Christabel M. Tobing earned her Bachelor of Laws in 2019 from Pelita Harapan University, majoring in business law and graduated cum laude. Sabrina joined SSEK the same year, after having previously interned at a boutique law firm in Jakarta.

Since joining SSEK, Sabrina has been involved in a variety of projects, with a focus on general corporate, commercial, and employment matters. At university, Sabrina participated in various international moot court competitions, representing both her university and Indonesia, including the 2016 Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot in Seoul and Buenos Aires, and the 2018 Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition in Washington, DC. She was also active in a number of student organizations including the International Law Moot Court Community. Sabrina is fluent in English and Indonesian.

SABRINA TOBING

Sharon Cahyadi have participated in a number of moot court competitions, including but not limited to the 2018 Foreign Direct Investment Moot where she was awarded the 3rd Best Oralist and 2nd Highest Ranked Team in the South Korea Regional Rounds. She has previously pursued corporate law by interning in Ginting & Reksodiputro in association with Allen & Overy, and being employed in Witara Cakra Advocates in association with White & Case LLP. She currently pursued other passions relating to environmental law as a legal volunteer in 350 Washington, a climate justice NGO.

SHARON CAHYADI

Sianti Candra obtained her Bachelor and master of Law Degrees from Pelita Harapan University (UPH), Indonesia. During law school, she was an avid mooter and has represented Indonesia in several International moot court competitions, most notably at the 2010 Asia Cup, Japan and at Jessup, Washington D.C. in 2011. Her team got 2nd place in Asia Cup and was the champion in the National Round of Jessup Moot. Since graduation, she has been constantly contributing to moot court competitions in Indonesia either as Judge or Coach. She has published numerous articles and publications on trade and investment area particularly related to Indonesia's laws and policies. She is currently working at H&A Partners in association of Anderson Mori & Tomotsune as Senior Associate. In this firm, she handles dispute resolution, competition law, and employment law. She is a certified mediator from Pusat Mediasi Indonesia since May 2020 and a licensed curator and administrator since 2021.

SIANTI CANDRA

M. Indah Sari (Sien Sien) is an associate at Christian Teo and Partners, a Jakarta based commercial law firm. Her works at the firm include advising corporate, capital investment, hospitality and trade. She graduated from Universitas Pelita Harapan majoring in Business Law with a cum-laude predicate. During her study at UPH, she participated in WTO Moot Court Competition in Manila and other national competitions, and had her thesis on online arbitration and e-commerce published in journals and national newspapers. She is also actively advising law students for business law competitions and regularly invited to share her experience as guest lecture at UPH

SIEN SIEN

Theodore is an undergraduate law student at the Faculty of Law of Parahyangan Catholic University. His accolades are, among others, the Hardy C. Dillard Award (ranked 17th out of 574 teams) at the 2020 Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition, Best Oralist at the 2019 ICRC International Humanitarian Law Moot Court Competition, and 1st Place at the 2019 Airlangga Business Week Contract Drafting Competition.

THEODORE LUKAS

Yudho Priambudi Asruchin is a career diplomat and since March 2021, he is a Political Officer at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia to the People’s Republic of China in Beijing. During his previous tenure at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, he was a Diplomatic Staff at the Directorate of International Security and Disarmament, Directorate General of Multilateral Cooperation. In 2019, he spent 6 months as Representative of Indonesia seconded to the Regional Support Office of the Bali Process on People Smuggling, Trafficking in Persons and Related Transnational Crime (Bali Process) in Bangkok. Previously, he served as an Information and Socio-Cultural Officer at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia to the United Kingdom and Ireland in London. Prior to that, he has served at the Policy Analysis and Development Agency of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Yudho is a graduate of Universitas Pelita Harapan in Banten, Indonesia, and has a Master’s Degree in Law from Georgetown University, Washington D.C., USA.

YUDHO PRIAMBUDI

Velliana Tanaya graduated S1, S2, and S3 from Faculty of Law of Universitas Pelita Harapan. She currently is a full time lecturer and Director of Administration and Student Affairs  in the Faculty of Law UPH. Her field of study ranges  from Contract to Tort.

VELLIANA TANAYA