Cooperation and Partnership

As one of Faculty of Law’s attempt to realize its vision of “being a world-class international law faculty with excellent graduates who have capabilities in academic, professional, humane, ethical, and religious”, it is necessary to have activities in order to enrich the knowledge for the entire academic community about how the educational process, as a core business for Faculty of Law, which is used in foreign universities as a relevant comparison. Other than that, co-partnership in order to support Tri Dharma University with foreign universities is already done as an effort to achieve a law school with international standard. Efforts to improve the knowledge of the educational process that is applied in foreign universities can be done with a variety of activities such as double degree, international class courses, visiting lecturers, student and lecturer exchange, research fellow, joint research and short courses for lecturers and students of Law Faculty. Through activities and discussions in the form of training as well as attend a course that is being conducted by lecturers and students in addition to improve the ability to speak English, they can also observe an assessment of the educational process that takes place. Such activities are based on the ability of the resources owned by Law Faculty, both in terms of human resources and facilities as well as funding. Recently, the Law Faculty has continued to develop educational qualification by improving co-operation and partnership with the network of government agencies and universities, both nationally and internationally, including:

Universitat Leipzig, Germany
utrecht Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands
Leiden University of Leiden, Netherlands
Wollongong University of Wollongong, Australia
International Islamic International Islamic University, Malaysia
University of Sydney, Australia
kebangsaan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

University of Leipzig, Germany:
Summer School and International Exchange for Students

The academic cooperation agreement was signed on June 18th, 2010 by both the Rector of the University of Leipzig and UB as a basis for further support activities in developing each institution and also as part of the realization of the MoU. Realization of academic agreements ( Article – I) will include the following activities such as exchange of students, lecturers, and staffs; organizing lectures and seminars together; organizing joint research projects ; In this year, as an effort to strengthen and deepen cooperation academic future, initial program has been carried out through the program of Law & Culture 2018 that will take place at the Faculty of Law, Brawijaya University, Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Jakarta, and Faculty of Law, Universität Leipzig, Germany, with the theme “LAW-PUNISHMENT-RESOCIALISATION”. The selected five students from each university will join the lectures, excursions, and workshop. At the end of the program, they are expected to participate in the Moot-court session as a platform to present the result of what they have learned during the whole program in Indonesia and Germany.

University of Utrecht, Netherlands: Guest Lecture and International Conference

In 2012, as an effort to strengthen and deepen cooperation academic future, an initial program has been carried out through international guest lecture delivered by Dr. Tineke Lambooy (Utrecht University) on April 5th, 2012 at the Faculty of Law, University of Brawijaya, on the topic “Corruption and Corporate Social Responsibility.” As a continuation of our cooperation, then in 2013, there was International Conference organized jointly by the UB and Utrecht University under the theme: “Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development” on 9-11 April 2013 located in the Building A of the Faculty of Law, University of Brawijaya.

University of Wollongong, Australia: Summer Course for Students and Lectures

In 2012, there was “Summer Course” which was followed by students and lecturers held for 2 weeks at the Faculty of Law, University of Wollongong, Australia. The purpose of holding this event are:

  1. Short Course for Students Students will receive course material on techniques of scientific writing in English, which is given through lectures and discussion in the classroom, as well as through searches of a library (library research) in the library.
  2. Short Course for Lectures Lecturers will follow lectures on specific subjects is in progress (sit-in) in accordance with the relevant field of science lecturers and tracking library materials (library research) in the library. The purpose of the implementation of this activity is to develop the academic competence of each participant.

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia: International Seminar

As an effort of sharing of knowledge that aims to produce an analytical study of the unfair competition in cyberspace, the Faculty of Law, University of Brawijaya, held the International Seminar in collaboration with the Faculty of Law, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia entitled “Unfair COMPETITION IN CYBER SPACE: Comparative PERSPECTIVES FROM INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA. ” As for the speakers in the seminar are Dr. Sukarmi, S.H., M.Hum: Unfair Competition in Cyber Space Prof. Associate. Dr. Safinaz Mohd. Hussein: Unfair Competition in Malaysia Dr. Bambang Winarno SH. MS: Unfair Competition in Indonesia Prof. Associate. Dr. Nazura Abdul Manap: Dispute Resolution in Cyber Law