Master of Laws

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Head of The Study Program

The head of the Master of Law Study Program is: Dhiana Puspitawati., SH., LLM., Ph.D

History

The Master of Law Study Program was started in 1997 based on the Decree of the Directorate General of Higher Education No. 72/DIKTI/Kep/1997 dated April 7, 1997 with the management under the Postgraduate Program of Universitas Brawijaya. The management of the Master of Law Study Program was transferred to the Faculty of Law, Universitas Brawijaya in 2006 based on the Decree of the Chancellor of the University of Brawijaya Number 030/SK/2006 dated February 6, 2006. The Master of Law Study Program was accredited for the first time in 2010 and received an A grade based on the Decree of the Accreditation Board National Higher Education Number 014 of 2010. In 2015 the Master of Law Study Program was accredited for the second time with qualification A based on the Decree of the National Accreditation Board for Higher Education Number 1202/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/M/XII/2015.

Vision

Become an international standard Masters study program in the field of Legal Studies, excel in the field of research and development of Legal Science, and take an active role in conducting critical studies and providing solutions to various legal problems.

Mission

  1. Organizing educational programs and learning activities scientifically, by creating a conducive academic atmosphere for increasing the intellectual capacity of students.
  2. Developing legal knowledge to support government policies in the field of sustainable legal development and responsive to the development of society, science and technology.
  3. Producing Master of Law graduates who have academic ethics and have academic capacity in conducting critical studies of various legal phenomena, proficient in conducting research with theorization, with broad and global perspectives, as well as creatively making recommendations and providing solutions to various legal problems in the development process.
  4. Produce qualified graduates and meet the qualifications to be accepted into doctoral program studies (S3) at domestic and foreign universities.

Educational Objectives

  1. Produce Masters of Law who are academically capable and think critically.
  2. Produce Masters of Law who are able to conduct research across disciplines.
  3. Produce Masters of Law who behave in a humanist, ethical, and religious manner.

Accreditation

This Study Program has received Unggul accreditation from National Accreditation Body for University (BAN-PT).and Unconditional accreditation from AQAS

Pertor 76/2020 concerning MLSP Curriculum has formulated The PLO of MLSP. MLSP students can be classified into 2, namely those who are already working in the field of law and fresh graduate students of undergraduate programs who have not worked. Students who have worked in the field of law generally work as judges, prosecutors, police, lawyers, politicians, and state civil servants. MLSP is intended to increase their professional to develop or discover law. Fresh graduate students from the undergraduate program when they graduate from MLSP will also work and carry out the legal profession. By pursuing to the MLSP, students are designated to enhanced their ability to develop as well as discover legal sciences and law. To fulfill this, the graduate profile or PLO of MLSP is determined as follows:

  1. Have the ability to form and develop law through the formation of legislation and legal discovery by using a theoretical approach and legal reasoning.
  2. Have the ability to solve legal problems with an inter and multidisciplinary approach.
  3. Have the ability to research and develop legal science with an inter and multidisciplinary approach, which is beneficial to the community and gains national and international recognition.
  4. Have the ability to communicate well, uphold religious, moral, and ethical values.

MLSP's vision serves as a basis consideration in formulating PLO. the said PLO refers to the capability of students in using theoretical aspect in solving existing legal problems. Such PLO also formulated based on the evaluation and recommendations of stakeholders and takes into account NHES and IQF. According to IQF, the level qualification of master degree sits on level 8, which required students to be able to contribute in the development of the knowledge in conceptual framework and also requires student to be able to offer problem solving to community as well as conducting research.

In accordance with NHES regulations, the ILO of MLSP consist of 10 items attitudes, 4 items knowledge, 8 items general skills and 3 items special skills. Specific skills are aspects that can represent the entirety of the ILO so that the ILO MLSP can be summarized as follows:

  1. Able to formulate the concept of legal problems solving through the development of legal science and positive law with a theoretical and legal reasoning approach.
  2. Able to formulate ideas and solve legal problems argumentatively and creatively in the field of legal science and/or positive law.
  3. Able to conduct legal research with an inter or multi-disciplinary approach, independently or collaboratively, so as to produce research that is part of the research map in the field of legal studies.

The curriculum of the Master of Law Study Program was arranged based on Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 12 of 2012 concerning Higher Education; Government Regulation Number 4 of 2014 concerning the Implementation of Higher Education and Management of Higher Education; Presidential Regulation Number 8 of 2012 concerning the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework; Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture Number 73 of 2013 concerning the Implementation of the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework on the Higher Education Sector; Regulation of the Minister of Research, Technology, and Higher Education Number 4 of 2016 concerning Organization and Work Procedures of University of Brawijaya as amended by Regulation of the Minister of Research, Technology, and Higher Education Number 34 of 2016 concerning Amendments to Regulation of the Minister of Research, Technology, and Higher Education Number 4 of 2016 concerning Organization and Work Procedures of University of Brawijaya; Regulation of the Minister of Research, Technology, and Higher Education Number 58 of 2018 concerning the Statute of University of Brawijaya; Minister of Education and Culture Regulation Number 3 of 2020 concerning National Higher Education Standards; Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture Number 7 of 2020 concerning the Establishment, Change, Dissolution of PTN, and the Establishment, Amendment, Revocation of ITS Permits including provisions on Distance Education; Regulation of the University of Brawijaya Number 1 of 2017 concerning Quality Standards; Regulation of the Rector of University of Brawijaya Number 13 of 2019 concerning Course Codes; Regulation of the Rector of  University of Brawijaya Number 25 of 2020 concerning Organizational Structure and Work Procedures; Regulation of the Rector of University of Brawijaya Number 34 of 2020 concerning the Curriculum of the Independent Study Program-Independent Campus. The study load of the Master of Law Study Program is 40 credits.

The study load of Magister of Law Study Program is 40 credits, with the following curriculum structure:

University Compulsory Courses (3 credits)

  • Legal Research Methods and Scientific Research Composition (3 credits)

Study Program Compulsory Courses (13 credits)

  • Philosophy of Law (2 credits)
  • Theory of Law (3 credits)
  • Politics of Law (2 credits)
  • Legal Reasoning (2 credits)
  • Comparative Legal System (2 credits)
  • Law and Social Change (2 credits)

Compulsory Elective Course not based on Interest (4 credits)

  • Theories and Methods of Legislative Drafting (2 credits)
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution Law (2 credits)
  • Law and Constitution (2 credits)
  • Information and Technology Law (2 credits)

Compulsory Course based on Interest

Interest in Agrarian Law

  • Politics of Agrarian Law (2 credits)
  • Agraria and EconomyAgraria and Economy (2 credits)

Interest in Economics

  • Law and Economics (2 credits)
  • Labor Law (2 credits)

Interest in Criminal Law

  • Politics of Criminal Law (2 credits)
  • Modern Criminology (2 credits)

Interest in State Administrative Law

  • Constitutional Theories and Comparison (2 credits)
  • Theories of Administrative Law (2 credits)

Interest in International Law

  • Public International Law (2 credits)
  • International Law of the Sea (2 credits)

Elective Course based on Interest (4 credits)

Interest in Agrarian Law

  • Natural Resource and Environmental Law (2 credits)
  • Mining and Energy Law (2 credits)
  • Spatial Planning Law (2 credits)
  • Property Law (2 credits)
  • Land Waqf Law (2 credits)
  • Construction Law (2 credits)

Interest in Economics

  • Corporate Law (2 credits)
  • Intellectual Property Rights Law (2 credits)
  • Business Competition Law and Policy (2 credits)
  • Banking and Financial Institution Law (2 credits)
  • Investment and Capital Market Law (2 credits)
  • Islamic Economic Law (2 credits)
  • Consumer Protection Law (2 credits)

Interest in Criminal Law

  • Judicial System of Juvenile Crime (2 credits)
  • Corruption (2 credits)
  • Criminal Law in Economic Activities (2 credits)
  • Criminal Offenses in General Elections (2 credits)
  • Comparative Criminal Law (2 credits)
  • Law and Gender (2 credits)
  • Criminal Offenses in Information and Technology (2 credits)

Interest in State Administrative Law

  • Theory and System of General Elections (2 credits)
  • Public Financial Law (2 credits)
  • Human Rights Violation Resolution (2 credits)
  • Theories of Decentralization and Local Government (2 credits)
  • Development Plan System (2 credits)
  • Islam and State (2 credits)

Interest in International Law

  • International Treaty Drafting (2 credits)
  • International Law and Maritime Security (2 credits)
  • International Economic Law (2 credits)
  • Comparative International Law (2 credits)
  • International Environmental Law (2 credits)
  • International Air Law (2 credits)
  • International Humanitarian Law (2 credits)

Thesis (12 credits)
No. Courses Credits
1 Research Proposal Examination 4ECTS
2 Thesis Defense 8

There are options of interest available:

  1. The Agrarian Law
  2. The Economic Law
  3. The State Administration Law
  4. The International Law
  5. The Criminal Law

 

To maintain the quality of education, the Master of Law Study Program is supported by lecturers who have expertise in their fields and fulfill the criteria for national higher education competency standards. Currently, the Master of Law Study Program is supported by lecturers who hold the title of professor, doctor and practitioner.

 

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  • Submission of Thesis Research Result Seminar Examination
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