English Class Schedule for Bachelor Program
1st Semester, September – January
|Law and Human Rights||2 credits|
|Criminal Procedure||4 credits|
|Introduction to Indonesian
|Introduction to Jurisprudence||4 credits|
|Environmental Law||2 credits|
|Law of Legislation||2 credits|
|Administrative Procedure||4 credits|
|Law of Obligation||4 credits|
|Civil Procedure||4 credits|
|Commercial Law||4 credits|
|Political Theory||2 credits|
|Inheritance Law||4 credits|
|Legal Reasoning||2 credits|
|Local Government Law||4 credits|
|Investment Law||2 credits|
|Intellectual Property Rights
|Transportation Law||2 credits|
– Foreign students can choose the subjects
– Maximum is 24 credits may take in every semester
English Class Schedule for Bachelor Program
February – July
|Civil Law||4 credits|
|Criminal Law||4 credits|
|International Law||4 credits|
|Administrative Law||4 credits|
|Islamic Law||2 credits|
|Constitutional Law||4 credits|
|Adat Law||2 credits|
|Banking Law||4 credits|
|Agrarian Law||2 credits|
|International Trade Law||4 credits|
|Company Law||4 credits|
|Anti-Corruption Law||2 credits|
|Environmental law||2 credits|
|Crimes Against Life and
|Contract Law||2 credits|
|Islamic Procedural Law||2 credits|
|International Private Law||2 credits|
|International Arbitration||2 credits|
|Defrayal Law||2 credits|
|Labor Law||2 credits|
|Tax Law||2 credits|
|Legal Research||2 credits|
|Philosophy of Law||2 credits|
– Foreign students can choose the subjects
– Maximum is 24 credits may take in every semester
1. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
The aim of this subject is to introduce students to the theoretical framework (algemene begrippen) in which constitution takes place at the national laws. The subject mainly explore and analyze The Constitution of The Republic of Indonesia 1945 (UUD NRI 1945) as the fundamental source of Indonesian Constitutional Laws discussion. Topics that are taught in this subject includes; Principle of Democracy, Concept of separation of power, Good Governance, Legislation in the rule of law, Judicial and constitutional review, Electoral system, Security and defense, also looking depth into the authority profile of the state organs also Central and local authorities.
The course will involve 14 weeks of teaching in 1,5-hour twice a week lectures and seminars. The course will be examined by two exams at set dates (in the middle and the end of the semester).
2. CRIMINAL LAW
This course discusses principles and theories of Criminal Law and its development, especially about norms regulated in KUHP (Civil Law Code). Next, the discussion includes Science of Criminal Law as viewed by Criminology Science and other supporting sciences, the history of Criminal Law KUHP (Civil Law Code), principles of criminal law, elements of criminal act,
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formulation of a criminal act (offense), offense qualifications (crimes and violations), doctrine of causality, nature against the law, criminal liability / errors (intent and negligence), reasoning of prosecution deletion, trial, inclusion, concursus, recidive, crime and punishment, the shed of right to sue and undergo a criminal.bility, excuse, attempt of crime, complicity, concursus, recidive, punishment, expire of crime.
After studying this course, the students will be able to explain the principles and theories criminal Law based
3. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
Administrative law course is a compulsory course within the Faculty of Law’s curriculum, therefore it must be taken by all students. Substance of the course consist of ten chapter, in the first part of the class will deepen on definition, concept, character and administratie law approach. It will explain in detail about government action as a tool control the society and the legality aspect for the government to conduct government action which includes authority, substance and procedure. Furthermore, it will explains administrative law enforcement which is used by the government to do control (sturen) on the obidience of the society on the impose of regulation and administrative sanction enforcement. At the end of the session, it will elaborate the legal protection for the society against government action that bring negative impact for them. Those legal protection can be reached either through the judicial or non judicial method.
This course applied with several methods includes speech, class discussion, and presentation. It is expected by such methods can provide comprehensive knowlegde for the students about administrative law concept, principle and theory as well as able to implement it in practical cases. The students evaluation for this course, divide into middle exam, final exam, paper assignment, class presentation and students’ soft skills.
4. LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW
The Local Government Law course is a compulsory course within the Faculty of Law’s curriculum, therefore it must be taken by all students. Substance of the course related to three major substances namely, the Government system in Indonesia as the result of Decentralisation, the Village Government and disputes resolution among Local Governments. The course beginning with the discussing the legal politics of the Government system and the existance of local government. It will deepen about the theories, concepts and principles on the division of power both horizontal and vertical as well as the relationship between Central and Local Governments includes their authorities. Afterwards, it will discuss in detail about Local Government’s structure, especially in provincial and municipal level. The lesson continued with the discussion on the position and authorities of DPRD (Local Legislative institution) and the relationship between the Head of the Local Government with DPRD. Moreover, it will explains about the procedure of forming local government regulation, the election of Head of Local Government and the financial management procedure in the local government. After the middle exam, the course will elaborate the collaboration between local governments in performing their authorities, the obligation of the Head of the Government and application of Special authonomy in Indonesia. The course will continue with the substance of Village Government and ended with potential disputes and resolution mechanism between local governments.
This course applied with several methods includes speech, class discussion, and presentation. It is expected by such methods can provide comprehensive knowlegde for the students about Local Government law concept, principle and theory as well as able to implement it in practical cases. The students evaluation for this course, divide into middle exam, final exam, paper assignment, class presentation and students’ soft skills.
5. INTERNATIONAL LAW
In this course, the students will be taught about International Law, the introduction of International Law, the understanding on International Law, definitions and scope, history of International Law, International Law and the international community, the basis of binding on International Law, International Law and National Law relationships, the subjects and sources of International Law, Sovereignty, Jurisdiction, Recognition, State Responsibility, Succession, and International Dispute Resolution After studying this course, the students will be able to explain the issues of International Law based on its principles, theories and concepts correctly.
6. THE LAW OF THE SEA
This course discusses the subject matter of public International Law consist of the history of the international and national law of the sea, maritime zoning according to UNCLOS 1982, the base line, territorial sea, archipelagic country, navigation (strait), contiguous zone, EEZ, continental shelf, high seas, areas, fisheries, marine environment and disputes resolution over the sea. After studying this course, students will be able to resolve the legal issues that bind states in their international relations relating to marine issues appropriately and correctly.
7. INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW
This course discusses on International Trade Law ranging from a basic understanding of the terminology associated with, the definition, the actors, and other forms of transaction. With regard to the public aspects of International Trade Law, it discusses the history of the WTO establishment, institutional explanations, the role, and trade regulation under WTO regime. Furthermore, the course discusses the depth substance of WTO arrangements, particularly Annex IA and Annex IB. In connection with Indonesia’s position as the one of WTO’s countries members, it also discusses the applications and implications of WTO rules for Indonesia.
After following this course, the students will be able to identify the relationship between law and anyone who is in the domain of International Trade Law with business activities / trades that has international relations; to identify applicable legal regime on International Trade La w and understand the complexities of the relationship between legal regime and its application; able to explain the substance of the regulations in International Trade Law; the regulations apply in solving the cases discussed.
8. INTRODUCTION TO JURISPRUDENCE
This course discusses the essentials of law and social norms, aims and functions of law, law concepts, law classification, law principles, law sources, and law renewal. Students are able to thoroughly explain the fundamentals of law as foundations to study other areas of law
9. INTRODUCTION TO INDONESIAN LAW
In this course, the students will be taught about Understanding Laws in Indonesia, the Existence of Indonesian Laws, the History of Indonesian Legal Order, Civil Law System as Indonesian Legal System, the Source of Indonesian Laws, and the Judicial System in Indonesia After studying this course, the students will be able to explain the fundamental points of Indonesian legal system
10. ADAT LAW (CUSTOMARY LAW)
This course discusses fundamental issues of Adat Laws which are: Adat Law and Legal Pluralism, The Concept of Adat Law, the System of Adat Law, Adat Law Communities / Adat Legal Entities, Regulations of Indonesian Positive Laws Regarding Adat Law, Land Law, Land Transaction, Transaction Related to Land, Persons According to Adat Law, Family Law, Marriage Law, Law of Marital Property, and Inheritance Law. After studying this course, students will be able to explain general principles of Adat Laws in Indonesia and able to solve cases related with Adat Law and Adat people based on such principles
11. ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
In this course the students will be taught about theoretical and practical explanation of the existence of a variety of alternative dispute resolution outside the court including negotiation, mediation, conciliation and arbitration. In addition, the study will also be discussed with a comparison on ADR and dispute settlement through the courts; therefore, the introduction of philosophy, concept, background, objectives, ADR technique and its benefits and barriers in practice. After studying this course, students are able to explain theoretically the existence of a variety of alternative dispute resolution correctly, which include negotiation, mediation, conciliation and arbitration
12. CONTRACT LAW
This course discusses the sources of law, universal principles of contract, the terms of the validity of the agreement, as well as the differences of contract dispute resolution according to BurgerlijkWetboek, then, further discussion of the various appointed contracts (benoemde contracten) in the BurgerlijkWetboek (purchase agreement, lease, power of attorney, etc.) and also various contracts emerged in business practices.
Students are able to analyze correctly and comprehensively the principles of contract law, the terms of validity of the contract, the types of contracts, particularly appointed contracts (benoemde contracten
13. ISLAMIC LAW
The course will start with a general presentation of sharia framework which provides the sources of islamic law; The principles of Islamic Law as religion,Maqashid Sharia (the foundational goals of Sharia), the development of Sharia as regulation, Introduction of Islamic Family Law which comprised of Introduction of Marital Law and The Introduction of Inheritance Law. Then, 9 English Class Schedule for Bachelor Program and Credits Per Semester this course will introduce some fundamental islamic banking and financial products,Islamic Law banking, and the regulation of Zakat and Waqf; students will also explore how islamic banking differs from the conventional interest-based banking system. Furthermore, the course will analyze the growth of islamic banking and its regulation in indonesia, the foundations of islamic law and the important role it plays in the business and financial institutions in the muslim world and the challenge of the Islamic banking and finance implementation in indonesia and muslim world . Moreover, in the of the course, the students will study about litigation and the alternative dispute settlement of sharia in business in Indonesia.
After following this course, the students will be able to identify the implementation of legal regime on Islamic Law ; able to explain the substance of the regulations in Islamic Law in solving the cases discussed.
14. AGRICULTURAL LAW
This course focuses on theories and principles and fundamentals set by UUPA about land as stated by scholars. Furthermore, the discussion focuses on rights upon land according to UUPA in relation to its subject, its happening, its transition and its taxation and its elimination. This course also discusses the entity of people’s prosperity through land reform, the use of land as well as legal protection upon land’s rights by means of registration of land. Having studied this course, students are able to explain Agricultural law thoroughly.
15. ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
This course focuses on theories and principles as well as norms applied by Environmental Law about environments of land, air and water as stated by scholars. The discussion emphasizes on environmental rights, public participation, legal instruments of environmental law and environmental law enforcement, protection of nature resources, Hazardous and Toxic Substances (B3), control of air and water pollutions. 10 English Class Schedule for Bachelor Program and Credits Per Semester Having studied the course, students are able to thoroughly explain the principles, theories and norms of Environmental Law and able to solve cases related to environment.
16. CIVIL LAW
The material begins with discussion of existence and systematic of BW in the development of the National Law, the subject of law, the comparison between pluralism era and marriage law unification according to the Marriage Act, including principles and requirements of marriage; marriage covenant and marital property; covenant marriage and marital property; the position of the child and the proof of the child’s origin; Rights and obligations of parents and children and guardianship; outside-Indonesia marriage and intermarriage. Definitions and types of objects in BW; Definition, characteristics and differences of Property Right and Individual Rights; Property rights in BW and its development outside BW ; the relationship between the distribution of the various properties and the importance of division of movable and immovable properties according to BW, of Property Rights; Rights of Retention; Privilege; Properties and its parts.
Having studied this course, students are able to analyze problems related to Indonesian Civil law, especially law of people and law of object, marriage law in accordance with marriage act and other related regulations thoroughly.
17. COMMERCIAL LAW
This course provides knowledge to students about the history of commercial law, the definition of traders, entrepreneurs, running a company, the sources of commercial law, accounting set in the Commercial code and In Company Document Act, Act No. 8/1977. Then it is followed with commercial intermediaries, the commercial sales and purchasing, introduction to Corporate Law and continued with introduction of insurance law, securities laws, introduction to transportation law, legal aspects of capital markets. At the end of the course, the introduction of intellectual property rights and banking law will be discussed. Having studied this course, students are able to explain problems related to Commercial Law thoroughly. 11 English Class Schedule for Bachelor Program and Credits Per Semester
18. CRIMES AGAINST LIFE AND WEALTH
This course discusses crimes against life in KUHP, murder in the forms of goods, planned murder, murder followed by other criminal acts, infanticide, murder of a baby in the womb/unborn child, murder in the name of compassion, assistance in suicide, concrete criminal cases against life, crimes against wealth in KUHP, theft, extortion and threat, embezzlement, fraud, fencing, forgery and concrete crimal cases against wealth. After completing this course, students are expected to be able to thoroughly analize cases of crimes against life and wealth.
19. ANTI-CORRUPTION LAW
This course discusses legal concepts related to corruption, the history of the development of legislation in the field of combating corruption in Indonesia, all sorts of corruption and other criminal acts in connection with corruption including procedural law of corruption. This course also discusses about the role of the community in combating corruption. After participating in this study, students will be able to thoroughly elaborate some of the actions that can be qualified as corruption act and the application of corruption law.
20. LAW OF OBLIGATION
This course is a scholarly basic course. It contains the knowledge about obligation aspects of parties in a legal relationship derived from treaties and laws, subject and object of obligation, default, coercion, obligation types, agreement types, agreement validities, agreement principles, agreement content determinations, obligation abolishments and acts against the law which include compensation in PMH, accountability types, PMH resulted in death, injury and humiliation. After completing this course, students are expected to be able to resolve the legality of a legal relationship arising both from treaties and laws as well as legal consequences that occur between the parties.
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21. COMPANY LAW
This course disscusses the nature and type of business entity, the establishment procedures and changes in the constitution; internal or external accountability, the management of company including management actions and deeds of ownership; legal protection towards the “owner” of the company and to the other parties concerned; corporate restructuring: merger, consolidation, acquisition and separation, as well as dissolution and liquidation. After completing this course, students are expected to be able to comprehensively and thoroughly elaborate types of business entities as well as their respective characters and their legal status in business traffic.
22. LAW OF LEGISLATION
This course discusses about the notion of norms and types of norms, norm stage theory, authority source of legislation formation, material substance of each type of legislation, and legislation testing mechanism. After completing this course, students are expected to be able to thoroughly elaborate basic theory of law of legislation which comprises three major points ; norm, formation, and testing.
23. INHERITANCE LAW (CUSTOMARY, ISLAMIC, BW)
This course begins with three fundamental materials, namely:
Customary Inheritance materials, including: notion of Customary Inheritance Law; types of Inheritage and Replacement; position of widow and children in inheritance; development of widow and foster child position as well as their parts in jurisprudence; case study.
Continued with Islamic Inheritance Law materials which comprises : sources and legal basis; application of Islamic Inheritance Law; dimension of justice in Islamic Inheritance Law; heritage allocation according to Islamic Law (heir elements, father’s part, mother’s part, widow’s part, widower’s part, son’s part, daughter’s part, foster child’s part, non-Muslim child’s part, sibling’s part, heir replacement’s part, without ashobah’s heir). 13 English Class Schedule for Bachelor Program and Credits Per Semester
And the last, BW Inheritance Law materials which comprises : definition of Inheritance Law; types of inheritance and how it is acquired; principal elements in inheritance; requirements to be able to inherit; classification of heirs and their allocations; inheritance by testament; legitieme portie. After completing this course, students are expected to be able to resolve cases associated with Inheritance Law (Customary Inheritance, Islamic Inheritance and BW Inheritance) in accordance with legislation and legal norms prevailing in society.
24. LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS
This course discusses: historical and philosophical foundation of human rights, human rights theory, the principles of human rights, human rights constitutionalism, human rights protection, human rights legislation, international human rights law, human rights violations, human rights accountability, civil and political rights, and economic, social and cultural rights.
After completing this course, students are expected to be able to thoroughly elaborate the concept of human rights theoretically and positive law.
25. BANKING LAW
The course focuses on the implementation of the banking prudential principles in all forms of embodiment, from the requirements and procedures required when someone is going to establish a bank to the bank’s obligation to implement all the provisions in force. There will be a watchdog agency that will ensure that banks really keeping his healthy condition in order to maintain public confidence. One embodiment of the precautionary principle is the obligation of banks to carry out the analysis before granting credit. Associated with credit, this course also discusses principles of security law and material security institutions, namely the Pledge, Mortgage, Mortgage rights, individual guarantee (borgtocht) and characteristics of security law of the warehouse receipt. 14 English Class Schedule for Bachelor Program and Credits Per Semester After completing this course, students are expected to be able to explain the legal basis of bank business, especially in the context of implementation of precautionary principle. Students also comprehensively understand the application of law security principles and types of security institutions.
26. TAX LAW
This course discusses theories and principles and foundations established by the KUP Act on taxes raised by scholars on issues related to the role of taxes in the state of life. Foundations of tax law, procedures related to the determination and collection of tax and tax court. Tax Law course materials include: understanding tax law, tax functions, basic tax law, tax philosophy, principles of taxation, tax collection methods, when the incidence of the tax liability, tax division, tax resistance, approach to tax, tax crime, positive law billing and the tax court.
After completing this course, students are expected to be able to systematically and thoroughly explain the Taxation Law, solve problems or cases that occur in the community.
27. INVESTMENT LAW
This course discusses investment law which is directly conducted in Indonesia. It starts with the introduction of investment law, starting from the legal history of investment in Indonesia, the concept of domestic and foreign investment, international concepts of investment, comparison of Law No. 1/1967 and Law No. 5/1968 with the Law No. 25/2007, rights, obligations, facilities and guarantees in investment, introduction of mining law which is discussed briefly to establish students understanding about the divestment. It also discussess the settlement of investment disputes, nationally and internationally. 15 English Class Schedule for Bachelor Program and Credits Per Semester
28. TRANSPORTATION LAW
One of the most important elements in the globalization of the international community, especially in the field of trade in goods and services, is the transportation sector. Transportation Law almost reaches the entire area of law, whether civil, criminal, administrative and international and is included in the scope of public and private law which is fully devoted to the implementation of the safe and secure transportation. The early stage of this course will present the basics of the legal definition of transportation such as legal subjects, the transportation agreement and the principles and rules in the field of transport. The next phase of this course presents obligations, responsibilities and accountability of the parties involved in the transportation activities, both passengers, transport operators and the state as a regulator in the field of transportation. The final phase will discuss the forms of agreements undertaken by the parties in the transport activity. After completing this course, students are expected to be able to explain basic concepts, theories, principles and rules that apply in transportation okum, either on land, sea or air.