Airlangga (Offline) Summer School – AOSS

Airlangga Summer School adalah program pendidikan yang diselenggarakan di luar jadwal akademik reguler. Program ini berlangsung selama beberapa minggu dan menawarkan berbagai jenis kursus, workshop, seminar, atau kegiatan lain yang dirancang untuk meningkatkan pengetahuan dan keterampilan peserta. Salah satu keunikan Airlangga Summer School adalah lingkungannya yang intensif dan terfokus. Peserta dapat mengambil kursus atau mengikuti program tematik yang menarik minat mereka, khususnya tentang hukum Indonesia sekaligus belajar tentang kebudayaan Indonesia dan hukum yang berlaku di masyarakat Indonesia yang majemuk.

2024 AOSS: Legal Pluralism and Contemporary Legal Issues in Asia

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Background

Legal pluralism, the coexistence of multiple legal systems within a single society or jurisdiction, is a defining characteristic of many Asian countries. Rooted in diverse cultural, historical, and religious traditions, this complex legal landscape presents a myriad of contemporary legal issues. From the interplay between religious laws and secular statutes to the tensions arising from colonial legacies and indigenous customary practices, Asia grapples with a range of challenges at the intersection of tradition and modernity.

The 4th Airlangga Summer School focuses on Legal Pluralism and Contemporary Legal Issues in Asia.  This summer school provides a glimpse into the multifaceted nature of legal pluralism in Asia and sets the stage for a deeper exploration of its impact on governance, human rights, and legal reform in the region. Through the thematic approach, the course introduces students to the themes of:

  1. Legal Pluralism in SEA
  2. Legal Transplant and Legitimacy in Contemporary Asia
  3. Human Rights Law in SEA
  4. Transnational Organized Crime in SEA
  5. Private Law, Competition Law and Justice

The instructors of in this Summer School Program are legal experts and practitioners, as follows:

  1. Lovepreet Kaur (York University, Canada/Rajiv Gandhi Institute, India)
  2. Dita Liliansa, LLM (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
  3. E. Joeni Arianto Kurniawan (Airlangga University)
  4. Indria Wahyuni (Airlangga University)
  5. Maradona (Airlangga University)
  6. Haidar Adam, LLM (Airlangga University) and many more.

 

Course Description:

  1. Legal Pluralism in SEA

Each ASEAN country has its own characteristics of history, tradition, geography, population composition, and economic, political, and religious development levels which are the foundation for creating a diversity of social and legal systems in this region. This course will also explore 4 main features of civil law culture in SEA, common law culture in SEA, as well as Islamic legal culture in SEA

  1. Legal Transplant and Legitimacy in Contemporary Asia

This course discusses different theories of legal transplants in comparative law and also analyses some particular cases that have eventually ‘worked’ efficiently both in the country of origin and in the country where those laws were adopted.  This course also discusses the recognition of living law as a source of law superior to positive law based on legal transplants.

  1. Private Law, Competition Law and Justice

This course provides the students with an overview of the regulation that governs business practices in order to avoid restrictions of competition. It also explores the impact of competition law in areas such as monopolies and mergers and their regulation and control. In addition to that the students will gain knowledge of economic justice that promotes the growth of sustainable local, national and global communities.

  1. Law and Human Rights in Asia

The course aims to enable students to critically analyze the major problems of human rights in the region, and current initiatives to deal with human rights. The course offers a more specific review of numerous specific issues, such as freedom of religion, and the role of judicial systems in implementing human rights standards.

  1. Transnational (Organized) Crime in SEA

This course provides an in-depth examination of transnational crime in the context of Southeast Asia. With its diverse and dynamic regional landscape, Southeast Asia has emerged as a hotspot for various transnational criminal activities, posing significant challenges to security, governance, and regional stability. This course aims to equip students with a comprehensive understanding of the nature, causes, and implications of transnational crime in the region, as well as the strategies and responses employed to address these complex issues. Throughout the course, students will explore a wide range of transnational crimes prevalent in Southeast Asia.

 

Program Information

Program Timeline:

  • Application date: 15 March – 15 May 2024
  • AOSS Program: 3-7 June 2024 (One-week program)

Targeted Participants

International students (15 students) and domestic students (10 students)

Participant Eligibility Criteria:

  • Undergraduate / graduate students
  • Minimum GPA min 3.00 out of 4.00
  • Have a fair command of English

Benefit:

  • tuition fee waiver
  • accommodation (shared bedroom)
  • travel cost support
  • certificate of attendance
  • free cost of field trips and cultural activities

Field Trips

Field trip Surabaya Legal Aid* (to be confirmed)

Cultural Activity

Kampung Batik Okra/ Tengerese Tribe Mount Bromo (to be confirmed)

Classes, Credits, and Assessments

The event will be held in offline format. This program is designed for 20 hours of study time that consists of in-class lectures, field trips, group discussions, and writing assignments.

Contact:                                

international@fh.unair.ac.id

Application link : https://bit.ly/AOSS2024

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2023 AOSS: Legal Transnationalism and Contemporary Legal Issues in Asia

AOSS 2023

Background

There is no single uniform context in the Asian region. Its cultural, religious, historical, and political systems are too diverse, as are the foreign and domestic influences on legal systems in the region. Nevertheless, it is possible to single out individual legal systems and groups of systems in Asia which are clearly distinguishable in their respective contexts, but cumulatively open up the legal world that is Asia and can thus serve as a blueprint for understanding all Asian legal systems.

The program is for undergraduate students from various countries who wish to learn Indonesian Law and deepen their understanding of the laws of various Asian countries, particularly in the Southeast Asian region. The course offered in this program will provide an opportunity to reveal the unique experiences of legal development in the Asia region. The program uniquely prepares the students for facing the complexities of global society and is adept at navigating the legal and cultural norms of Asia.

The 3rd Airlangga Summer School focuses on Legal Transnationalism and Contemporary Legal Issues in Asia.  During this Summer School, we will convey knowledge for a more profound understanding of Asia in various legal fields. Through the thematic approach, the course introduces students to the themes of:

  1. Diversity of Legal Culture in SEA
  2. Transnational Legal Transplant and Legitimacy
  3. New Wave of Privacy and Data Protection Laws in Asia
  4. Harmonization of Commercial Transaction Law in The ASEAN Region: Possibilities and Challenges
  5. Transnational (Organized) Crime in SEA
  6. Human Rights Law in SEA

The instructors of in this Summer School Program are legal experts and practitioners as follows:

Instructors               :

  1. Prof. Stefan Kos (Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany)
  2. Prof. Bruce Wardaugh (Durham University-UK)
  3. Dr. Lovepreet Kaur (York University, Canada/Rajiv Gandhi Institute, India)
  4. Dr. Surutchada Reekie (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
  5. Dr. P Benny Tan (National University of Singapore) *[tbc]
  6. Dr. Ray Paolo Santiago (Ateneo De Manila University, The Philippines) * [tbc]
  7. Masitoh Indriani, LL.M (Airlangga University)
  8. Dr. Indria Wahyuni (Airlangga University)
  9. Dr. E Joeni Arianto Kurniawan (Airlangga
    University)
  10. Haidar Adam, LL.M (Airlangga University)
  11. Dita Liliansa, LL.M (National University of Singapore)
  12. Prof. Romel Regalado Bagares (Lyceum of the Philippines University College)  

Course Description:

  1. Diversity of Legal Culture in SEA

Each ASEAN country has its own characteristics of history, tradition, geography, population composition, and economic, political, and religious development levels which are the foundation for creating a diversity of social and legal systems in this region. This course explores 4 main features of civil law culture in SEA, common law culture in SEA, socialist legal culture in SEA as well as Islamic legal culture in SEA

  1. Legal Transplant in Contemporary Asia

This course discusses different theories of legal transplants in comparative law and also analyses some particular cases that have eventually ‘worked’ efficiently both in the country of origin and in the country where those laws were adopted.  This course also discusses the recognition of living law as a source of law superior to positive law based on legal transplants.

  1. New Wave of Privacy and Data Protection Laws in Asia

This course provides an in-depth understanding of Indonesia Law Data Protection developments in other countries (in ASIA) – learn case studies, comparisons, and enforcement cases. Gain insights into common themes among jurisdictions and principle frameworks. Learn legal requirements and mechanisms for handling and transferring data from Indonesia to different jurisdictions

  1. Harmonization of Commercial Transaction Law in The ASEAN Region

The Southeast Asian region is viewed as a united block that is ASEAN. The ASEAN roots in a diverse economic system, cultural, ethnic, technical, and educational system. In modern-day globalization, economic globalization continues to develop as well. This economic globalization pushes the importance of having an integrated commercial transaction law of the ASEAN member states. The idea of integration that stems from rapidly growing economic globalization results in an unavoidable demand for harmonization of commercial transaction law within the ASEAN region. As a united region that is the ASEAN, having different regulations to govern matters of cross-border commercial transactions inter-ASEAN would hinder the effectiveness of each country’s law itself. Yet, the importance of having a harmonized commercial transaction law within the ASEAN region is still questioned. This course explores the importance of having a harmonized commercial law among the ASEAN member states, the possibility and challenges of developing such a harmonization.

  1. Law and Human Rights in Asia

The aim of the course is to enable students to critically analyze the major problems of human rights in the region, and current initiatives to deal with human rights. The course offers a more specific review of numerous specific issues, such as freedom of expression (FOE), impunity, the protection of indigenous people’s rights, and the role of judicial systems in implementing human rights standards.

     6. Transnational (Organized) Crime in SEA
This course provides an in-depth examination of transnational crime in the context of Southeast Asia. With its diverse and dynamic regional landscape, Southeast Asia has emerged as a hotspot for various transnational criminal activities, posing significant challenges to security, governance, and regional stability. This course aims to equip students with a comprehensive understanding of the nature, causes, and implications of transnational crime in the region, as well as the strategies and responses employed to address these complex issues. Throughout the course, students will explore a wide range of transnational crimes prevalent in Southeast Asia.

Program Timeline  :          

2-week program     : 31 July-10 Agustus

Field trips                   :

  1. Observation at Omah Rembug ‘Restorative Justice’
  2. Observation at District Court/Religious Court
  3. Observation at Polda Jatim/Cybercrime Unit      

           

Cultural Activity        :

Tenggerese Tribe in Mount Bromo, Pasuruan, East Java, Indonesia. The Tenggerese people have their own tradition and culture which is mixed with their religion until this day. They also have their own which is different from the majority of Javanese language. The Tenggerese people have their own tradition regarding their religion. Every year the Tenggerese people held a big ceremony for their ancestors and God calls “Yasada Ceremony” which is held in every Yasada’s month based on their culture. This ceremony held to pray for safety and grace from their God by throwing the livestock or money to the Mount Bromo crater. The ceremony itself takes Mount Bromo as the main spot and can be last for three days in a row. Mostly Tenggerese people depend their life on agriculture and tourism since Mount Bromo is one of iconic place for travelers in Indonesia. If we take a closer look at their daily life, we can find the harmony and warmest attitude of this tribe which makes us feels so blessed to live among them (https://cheapbromo.com/blogs/news/the-tengger-tribe-and-mount-bromo)

Classes, Credits, and Assessments

The event will be held in offline format. This program is designed for 40 hours of study time that consists of in-class lectures, field trips, group discussions, and writing assignments.  

Participant

Participants attending the event in person will benefit most from the high level of interaction, networking opportunities, and cultural-social program. You get the chance to chat in person with the speakers, and other attendees(students) that have an interest in the same areas as you.

Targeted Participants  : 30 International Students

Program Benefit  :

  1. Tuition fee waiver 
  2. Certificate of attendance
  3. Free cost of field trips and cultural activities   
                                     
     

Participant Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Undergraduate / Master students
  2. Minimum GPA min 3.0 out of 4
  3. Have a fair command of English**
  4. Academic IELTS Test, overall score: 5 or above;
  5. TOEFL® Test, min. 500 (paper-based), 70 (iBT);

Required Documents for Registration:

  1. A copy of Passport (colored front page)/ Official ID/ Student Card
  2. Most recent passport size photo (red/ blue/ white background)
  3. Official academic transcript in English (issued by the applicant’s home institution)/ degree certificate
  4. One (1) Professional Letter of Recommendation signed by the referee (Preferably from a Professor, Invalid if recommendations are made by family members or friends)
  5. Scanned English Proficiency Certificate**
  6. CV
  7. Motivation Letter (500-700 words)

*If you are studying at a school, college, institution, or a university with English as a medium of instruction, please submit a Statement Letter of English as the Medium of Instruction issued by your home university.

*Not applicable for students from English Speaking countries.

Registration Link:
https://bit.ly/2023AIRLAW

Tuition Fee      : scholarships are available for availing tuition fee waiver (TFW) scheme

In-campus/off-campus accommodation  : USD 225  for 15 nights (for non-student of Airlangga University Partner)

Contact information  : Faculty International Office (international@fh.unair.ac.id)

Program Convenor: Dr. Amira Paripurna (amira@fh.unair.ac.id

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2022 AOSS : Law, Multiculturalism and Rights
Aoss 2022 Airlangga On Offline Summer School
Aoss 2022 Airlangga On_Off-line Summer School

About

The massive flow of migrants and refugees, ongoing economic hardship, the surge in terrorism and violent extremism on our countries, are placing pressure on our communities. In many places populism and xenophobia are on the rise and our commitment to tolerance and diversity is feeling the strain.

One particularly difficult challenge is guaranteeing freedom of expression and the right to express ideas which “offend, shock or disturb” while preventing incitement to hate or violence that is aimed at individuals or groups on the basis of their traditions or beliefs. We see many States grappling with this dilemma. It is a troubling development, and one we cannot ignore.

Diversity is an asset to our countries – economically, socially and politically – and we must defend it. However, managing cultural diversity in full respect of the principles of democracy, human rights and the rule of law is a common challenge for all societies across the regions.

Through multiculturalism, the consequences of cultural diversity are managed in the interests of the individual and society as a whole. It includes cultural identity, social justice, and economic efficiency. The subject of multiculturalism itself has gained a great deal of attention in the global scenario in the past few years. Along with the phenomenon of globalization, it has assumed a role of highlighted relevance in a world without borders.

The 2nd Airlangga On/Offline Summer School focuses on multicultural dimensions across the nations. Through the thematic approach, the course introduces students to the themes of legal pluralism, religion and culture, minority rights, the criminal law and multiculturalism.

The instructors of this Summer School Program are the legal experts and practitioners across Asia, Europe, Australia, Canada and the United States.

Courses Offered

  1. Legal Pluralism
  2. Constitution Building in Culturally Diverse States
  3. Law, Religion and Minority Rights
  4. Multiculturalism and Criminal Law

Instructors

  1. Prof. Garry F. Bell (National University of Singapore)
  2. Prof. Shruti Bedi (University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, India)
  3. Dr. Joeni Arianto Kurniawan (Center of Legal Pluralism, Airlangga University, Indonesia)
  4. Prof. Marcin Michał Wiszowaty (Gdansk University, Poland) 
  5. Dr. Shamsad Pasarlay (Chicago School of Law, the US) 
  6.  Prof. Pierluigi Consorti (University of Pisa, Italia) 
  7. Dr. Al Khanif (Centre for Human Rights, Multiculturalism and Migration, Jember University, Indonesia)
  8. Mrs. Fia Hamid-Walker (Melbourne University, Australia)
  9. Prof. Sébastien Lafrance (Airlangga University, Crown Counsel of the Public Prosecution Service of Canada)
  10. Mr. John Kim (Legal Attaché, Federal Bureau of Investigation/FBI, the US Embassy Jakarta) 
  11. Prof. Raul Pangalangan (Former Judge International Criminal Court/ICC, University of the Philippines)

Credit hours

  • 40 hours (2 weeks- intensive courses)
  • Each course has 5 hours’ allocation time (including lecture/assignment/homework)

Teaching method

(hybrid) classical lecture/individual presentation/group discussions/writing assignment/case study

Timeline Program     

1 -8  August 2022

Program Benefit

  1. Tuition fee waiver [tuition fee waiver for early 15 (offline) and 10 (offline) applicants]
  2. Accommodation (for offline participant)
  3. Certificate of Completion (40 hours)
  4. Free cost of field trips and cultural activity (for offline participant)

Participant Eligibility Criteria

  1. Undergraduate / Master students
    Minimum GPA min 3.0 out of 4
  2. Have a fair command of English**
  3. Academic IELTS Test, overall score: 5 or above;
  4. TOEFL® Test, min. 500 (paper-based), 70 (iBT).


Required Documents for Registration

  1. A copy of Passport (colored front page)/ Official ID/ Student Card
  2. Most recent passport size photo (red/ blue/ white background)
  3. Official academic transcript in English (issued by the applicant’s home institution)/ degree certificate
  4. One (1) Professional Letter of Recommendation signed by the referee (Preferably from a Professor, Invalid if recommendations are made by family members or friends)
  5. Scanned English Proficiency Certificate**
  6. CV
  7. Motivation Letter (500-700 words)

*If you are studying at the school, college, institution or a university with English as medium of instruction, please submit Statement Letter of English as Medium of Instruction issued by home university.

**Not applicable for student from English Speaking countries.

Registration link         

https://bit.ly/FormAOSS

Deadline Registration: 5 June 2022

Tuition Fee

  • USD 75 (offline participant)
    Participants attending the event in person will benefit mostly from the high level of interaction, networking opportunities and cultural-social programme. You get the chance to chat in person to the speakers, and other attendees(students) that have an interest in the same areas as you.
  • USD 100 (online participant)
    Participants unable to travel to the event in person will be able to attend the event virtually where they can watch engaging new content, grow their network and make new professional contacts via our virtual platform.

Contact

Faculty International Office:
Mr. Kukuh Leksono S.Aditya, LL.M. (international@fh.unair.ac.id

Additional Activity

Field trips & cultural activity: Tenggerise Tribe in Mount Bromo, East Java, Indonesia
https://cheapbromo.com/blogs/news/the-tengger-tribe-and-mount-bromo

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2021 AOSS : Law and Diversity in Asia

Airlangga Online Summer School 2021

About

Asia is a region rich with diverse populations, where history, politics, religion and the legal landscape provide unique experiences and practices. In terms of religion, the state’s approach towards socially engineering religion, particularly Islam oscillates among appropriation, accommodation, control and subjugation of Islam in different political and legal frameworks. Thus, the striking feature of Asian legal systems, besides legal pluralism, is legal instrumentalism, the use of law as a tool for social engineering, specifically, but not exclusively, in the economic sphere.

Our goal is to train students to become world-class lawyers, able to transition from one legal system to another, bridging the gap between civil law and common law systems. The program is for undergraduate students from various countries who wish to learn Indonesian Law and to deepen their understanding of the laws of various Asian countries, particularly in Southeast Asian and South Asian region. The course offered in this program will provide an opportunity to reveal the unique experiences of legal development in Asia region. The program is uniquely prepared the students for facing the complexities of global society and adept at navigating legal and cultural norms of the Asia.

Courses Offered

  1. Law of Indigenous People and Legal Pluralism
  2. Constitution‐Building in Culturally Diverse States
  3. Comparative Criminal Justice System in SEA
  4. ASEAN LAW
  5. Law and Human Rights in SEA
  6. Sharia Banking Law
  7. Islamic Law
  8. Comparative Private Law

Instructors

  1. E. Joeni Arianto Kurniawan (Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)
  2. Dr. Shruti Bedi (University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University- India)
  3. Dwi Rahayu Kristianti, M.A. (Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)
  4. Herlambang P. Wiratraman (Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)
  5. Lê Huỳnh Tấn Duy (Ho Chi Minh City University of Law- Vietnam)
  6. Maradona (Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)
  7. Amira Paripurna, Ph.D (Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)
  8. Dita Liliana, LL.M. (Research Associate, Center of International Law, National University of Singapore)
  9. Koesrianti Ph.D. (Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)
  10. Ray Paolo Santiago, B.A., J.D., (The Ateneo Human Rights, Ateneo de Manila University, Phillipines)
  11. Rusni Hassan (Institute Islamic Banking and Finance, International Islamic University Malaysia)
  12. Prawitra Thalib (Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)
  13. Rafizah Abu Hasan (Faculty of Law, Universiti Teknologi Mara)
  14. Fiska Silvia, LL.M. (Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)
  15. Surutchada Reekie (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
  16. Sogar Simamora (Universitas Airlangga-Indonesia)

Credit hours

  • 40 hours (2 weeks- intensive courses)
  • Each course has 5 hours’ allocation time (including lecture/assignment/homework)
  • Each course will be taught by two instructors

Teaching method

(virtual) classical lecture/individual presentation/group discussions/writing assignment/case study

Timeline Program     

1st-2nd week of August 2021

Program Benefit

  1. Certificate of Completion for the entire 40-hours of Summer Course Program
  2. Program fee waiver scheme

Participant Eligibility Criteria
1.  Undergraduate students
2. GPA min 3.0 out of 4
3.  Have a fair command of English*
4.  Academic IELTS Test, overall score: 5 or above; TOEFL® Test, min. 500 (paper-based), 70 (iBT);

Required Documents for Registration

  1. A copy of Passport (colored front page)/ Official ID/ Student Card
  2. Most recent passport size photo (red/ blue/ white background)
  3. Official academic transcript in English (issued by the applicant’s home institution)/ degree certificate
  4. One (1) Professional Letter of Recommendation signed by the referee (Preferably from a Professor, Invalid if recommendations are made by family members or friends)
  5. Scanned English Proficiency Certificate**
  6. CV
  7. Motivation Letter (500-700 words)

*If you are studying at the school, college, institution or a university with English as medium of instruction, please submit Statement Letter of English as Medium of Instruction issued by home university.

**Not applicable for student from English Speaking countries.

Registration link         

 http://bit.ly/UNAIRLAWSUMMERCOURSE2021 

Deadline Registration: 30 June 2021

Program Fee & Scholarship

  • Program Fee 75 USD
  • Scholarships are available for availing program fee waiver scheme
  • Program fee waiver for first 25 applicants

Contact

  1. Program Convenor: Ms. Amira Paripurna, Ph.D. (amira@fh.unair.ac.id
  2. Faculty International Office: Kukuh Leksono S.Aditya, LL.M. (international@fh.unair.ac.id

Additional Activity

Virtual tour of Indonesian Tourisms

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I am honored to be the part of Fakultas Hukum at Universitas Airlangga. I have had diversified experience at law faculty and will be the only student in the history of Airlangga that took part in the International mooting Competition that took place in Frankfurt Germany 2023. I represented two nations. But records are meant to be broken one day. I met new friends and teachers having experience all over the globe. I would say not to fear what is coming, just one step ahead. The list is long but will tell my story one day instead writing it in words.
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AOSS Cultural Trip to Mt. Bromo, East Java 

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