Saturday and Sunday, March 28 and 29, 2015, the Faculty of Law Brawijaya University released 121 students in a graduation ceremony of the Bachelor program, Master of Law, Master of Notary, and Doctor of Law Period VI and VII of the Academic Year 2014/2015. Held in the Auditorium Building of the faculty, the event was attended by the Dean, the leaders of the faculty, parents and families of the graduates.
At the graduation periode VI, the faculty released 38 graduates consisted of 25 student from the undergraduate program (7 from State Administration Law concentration, 13 from the civil and private law concentration, 1 student from Criminal law concentration, 2 from the Constitutional Law and international law concentration), 3 graduates of the Master of Law program, 5 graduates from the Master of Notary program, and 5 graduates of the Doctoral Program of Legal Studies. In this period 10 graduates awarded the compliment with the highest GPA of the courses achieved by Sarajevi Govina, SH. and Annisa Nurjanah Tuarita, SH. with a GPA of 3.80, and Dr.I.B. Subawa Gede, SH., Mkn. From the doctoral program with a GPA of 4.00. While the Graduation in period VII, the faculty released 83 graduates consisting of 72 students from the undergraduate program (15 from the state administration law, 26 from the private and civil law, 19 from the criminal law, one student from the consitutional law and international law concentration), 6 graduates of the Master of Law, three graduates of the Master of Notary, and two graduates of the Doctoral Program of Legal Studies. 26 graduates successfully received the predicate with compliments with the highest GPA achieved by Rizka Maulida, SH. with a GPA of 3.91 and Doctoral programs achieved Dr.Isye Junita Melo, SH., Mkn. with a GPA of 3.96.
Dr Rachmad Safa’at, SH., M.SI. as THE Dean of the Faculty of Law in his speech advised the graduates to continue the struggle and always maintain the good name of the university in the future. In this event awards were given to graduates who received the predicate with Compliments as well as to student activists.