1st Airlangga Summer School

1st Airlangga Summer School

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International Exchange Program
Visiting Lecturer Series
International Office
Airlangga Summer School 2021

 

AOSS Fellow Students

Dear Fellow Students, Welcome and Congratulations for being part of AOSS 2021

No.Name
1Amani Nayef Muhammad Abuabah
2Sateera Adel Abed Alraheem Shoman
3Dalia Abdelhafiz Abushamsiyeh
4Saptarko Biswas
5Rithik Gullaiya
6Parsidha Mehta
7Sumirat Saini
8Bisan Shihadeh Mohammad Shaikh
9Anjali Singhvi
10Akash Sharma
11Sourika Jana
12Anushka Singhal
13Ananya Annapurna
14Siddharth Gautam 
15Kavana Rao
16Vasilena Atanasova Zapryanova
17Srsty Verma
18Shreya Mishra
19Elana Wilkes
20Ayush Ranjan
21Ng Ka Ho Kelvin
22Pravar Dennison
23Eduardo Saratoga Wrahatnala
24Nurfatin Nadiah Binte Sanisman
25Anya Anjali Desai
26Vini Alifia Widiati
27Kalila Nashwa Ludmila

Course Description & Instructors

No.

Course

Instructors

Course Description

Methodology and Schedule

1

Law of Indigenous People and Legal Pluralism

 

Prof. Ramy Bulan

(University of Malaya, Malaysia)

E-mail: ramy@um.edu.my  

Dr. E. Joeni Arianto Kurniawan (Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

E-mail: joeni@fh.unair.ac.id

First, this course will introduce and discuss the discourse of legal pluralism, as the discourse that will open the door for a non-positivistic legal understanding and, therefore, open the door for the understanding of the so-called living law.Then, this course will discuss the existence of indigenous communities and their laws, as a form of living law, in Asia as well as its relation to the state and its positive law.

 

The course will be conducted in the form of lecture and discussion.

We may also resort to exercises and other small group activities, where appropriate, such as in the event of case studies

August 2, 2021, 3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)

2

Constitution‐Building in Culturally Diverse States

Prof. Dr. Shruti Bedi

(University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, India)

E-mail: dr.shrutibedi@gmail.com

Dwi Rahayu M.A.

(Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

E-mail: dwi.rahayu@fh.unair.ac.id

This course will explore these issues with primary reference to the countries of Asia as a vast and diverse region of the world that represents a substantial component of global constitutional experience. It will deepen understanding of how culture interacts with constitution building across Asia (with the country focus in India and Indonesia). It invites students to gain an overview over this area and offers fresh perspectives to constitutional challenges in Asia.

The course will be conducted in the form of lecture and discussion.

We may also resort to exercises and other small group activities, where appropriate, such as in the event of case studies.

August 4, 2021, 3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)

3

Comparative Criminal Justice System in SEA

Dr. Lê Huỳnh Tấn Duy

(Ho Chi Minh City University of Law- Vietnam)

E-mail:

lhtduy@hcmulaw.edu.vn

Dr. Maradona/ Amira Paripurna Ph.D.

(Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

E-mail:

amira@fh.unair.ac.id

maradona@fh.unair.ac.id

This course covers the main features of the Criminal Justice system in Indonesia; its mode of operation, the interaction between its principal agents, institutions and practices.  To this end, the Criminal Justice practices in the pre-trial, trial and post-trial stages of the Indonesian Criminal Justice System will be considered and juxtaposed with Criminal Justice practices from past time periods and cultures, as well as contemporary practices in other jurisdictions in Southeast Asian countries (Vietnam).

The goal is to understand the origins and development of the various mechanisms, stakeholders and institutions of our own Criminal Justice system, and are able to reflect on the similarities and differences it has with Criminal Justice Systems of other jurisdictions, that we can critically evaluate and comment on its efficiency, reliability, and scope for improvement.

The course will be conducted in the form of lecture and discussion.  We may also resort to exercises and other small group activities, where appropriate, such

as in the event of case studies

 

August 6, 2021, 3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)

4

ASEAN Law

Dita Liliansa, LL.M.

(Research Associate, Center of International Law, National University of Singapore)

E-mail: cildl@nus.edu.sg

Koesrianti Ph.D.

(Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

E-mail:

koesrianti@fh.unair.ac.id

This course discusses ASEAN as a regional organization which has a uniqueness that differs from other regional groupings. It examines ASEAN Community (AC) and its three pillars and the blueprints. It discusses the provision of ASEAN Charter in particular the ASEAN principles, decision making and dispute settlement mechanisms, organizational structure of ASEAN. The important issues such as maritime security, environmental in ASEAN, and South China Sea Dispute will be analyses and discuss thoroughly in class.

The course will be conducted in the form of lecture and discussion. We may also resort to exercises and other small group activities, where appropriate, such

as in the event of case studies

August 5, 2021, 3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)

5

Law and Human Rights in SEA

 

Ray Paolo Santiago

(The Ateneo Human Rights, Ateneo de Manila University, Phillipines)

Email:

rsantiago@ateneo.edu

 

Dr. Herlambang P. Wiratraman

(Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

Email: herlambang@fh.unair.ac.id

The aim of the course is to enable students to critically analyses the major problems of human rights in the region, and current initiatives to deal with human rights, especially dealing with pandemic Covid-19. The course offers a more specific review on 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 standard. The course also explores an interdisciplinary approach to the study of human rights.

 

The course will be conducted in the form of lecture and discussion. We may also resort to exercises and other small group activities, where appropriate, such

as in the event of case studies

 

 

August 3, 2021, 3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)

6

Islamic Banking Law

 

Prof. Rusni Hassan

(Institute Islamic Banking and Finance, International Islamic University Malaysia)

E-mail:

hrusni@iium.edu.my

 

Dr. Prawitra Thalib

(Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

E-mail: prawitra@fh.unair.ac.id 

 

This course offers an opportunity to consider the growing of Islamic (or Shari‘ah-compliant) finance and transactions. Issues to be discussed include a general outline of the contractual instruments employed by Islamic financial institutions (sale-based transactions: murabaha,ijara,salam,sitisna;partnership transactions: mudaraha and musharaka). The course also provides general overview on the products and services offered by Islamic banks, as well as the emerging market of Islamic insurance (takaful), Islamic securities(sukuk) and the issues related to the admissibility of Islamic derivatives. The potentialities of Islamic micro-finance and Islamic project financing in contributing to local development

The course will be conducted in the form of lecture and discussion. We may also resort to exercises and other small group activities, where appropriate, such

as in the event of case studies

 

August 9, 2021, 3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)

7

Islamic Law

Dr. Rafizah Abu Hasan

(Faculty of Law, Universiti Teknologi Mara)

E-mail: rafizah.abuhassan@gmail.com

 

RR. Fiska Silvia, LL.M.

(Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

E-mail: fiska@fh.unair.ac.id

 

This course introduces students to the field of Islamic law. It is designed to give students a firm grounding in the principles, concepts and terminology of Islamic law.

This course aims to develop students’s understanding of Sharia (Islamic sacred law) and the meaning and scope of Sharia (dealing with law, ethics, morals, and spirituality), to allow students to gain a deeper understanding of the nature of sharia and the difference between divine and human derived laws, and the extent to which Sharia can adapt with time and place.

To assist students in their understanding of

Islam’s sacred law and its application in muslim majority nation and non-muslim nations.

Students will gain an understanding of the meaning, nature and scope of sharia (sacred law), the primary and secondary sources of sharia, the higher objectives of Islamic law, and the difference between sharia (law) and fiqh (jurisprudence).

As a comparison, students will also gain understanding of the family law landscape in Malaysia, which comprised of marital and divorce law. Discussions surrounding complexity of domestic violence in a marriage as a ground of divorce will be emphasized as well as the legal protection provided in Malaysia for such cases.

The course will be conducted in the form of lecture and discussion. We may also resort to exercises and other small group activities, where appropriate, such

as in the event of case studies

 

 

August 10, 2021, 3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)

 

8

Comparative Private Law

Dr. Surutchada Reekie

(Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)

Email: Surutchada.R@chula.ac.th

Dr. Faizal Kurniawan S.H., LL.M /Erni Agustin LL.M

(Universitas Airlangga-Indonesia)

E-mail: faizal@fh.unair.ac.id erni@fh.unair.ac.id

The common law originated in England and is judge made. The civil law developed from Roman law and, in most jurisdictions today, it is codified. This course will compare common and civil law approaches to the law of property, contracts, and torts.  This course also introduces the students with the historical developments of the major legal traditions and their respective styles (including, for instance, an analysis of their respective sources of law and legal reasoning).

The course will be conducted in the form of lecture and discussion. We may also resort to exercises and other small group activities, where appropriate, such

as in the event of case studies

 

August 11, 2021

3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)

9

Student’s PresentationsAmira Paripurna Ph.DKukuh Leksono, LL.M. Students present their ‘mini research’ report.

August 12, 2021

3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)

 

Schedule

The following zoom link is used in all session of the Summer School Program

https://zoom.us/j/7058553175?pwd=eXR4QU5FUFdQVi9tSGlnUUIvMEpuUT09 

Meeting ID            : 705 855 3175

Passcode               : AOSS

 

FIRST WEEK: 2-6 AUGUST 2021

DAY I       : MONDAY, 2 AUGUST

2.30 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Welcoming ceremony- Program Convener speech-          Dean Speech
3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Law of Indigenous People and Legal Pluralism I(Prof. Ramy Bulan/University of Malaya, Malaysia)
4.45 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Break
5.15 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Law of Indigenous People and Legal Pluralism II(Dr. E. Joeni Arianto Kurniawan/ Legal Pluralism Studies Center, Airlangga University, Indonesia)

 

DAY 2     : TUESDAY, 3 AUGUST

3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Law and Human Rights in SEA I(Ray Paolo Santiago/The Ateneo Human Rights, Ateneo de Manila University, Phillipines)
4.45 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Break
5.15 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Freedom of Expressions in SEA(Dr. Herlambang P. Wiratraman/Human Rights Law Studies Center, Airlangga University, Indonesia) 

 

DAY 3     : WEDNESDAY, 4 AUGUST

3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Constitution‐Building in Culturally Diverse States: Indian’s PerspectiveProf. Dr. Shruti Bedi(University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, India)
4.45 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Break
5.15 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Constitution‐Building in Culturally Diverse States: Indonesian’s Perspective(Dwi Rahayu M.A/Constitutional Law Department, Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

 

DAY 4     : THRUSDAY, 5 AUGUST

3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)ASEAN Law I(Dita Liliansa, LL.M/Center of International Law, National University of Singapore)
4.45 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Break
5.15 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)ASEAN Law II(Koesrianti Ph.D./ Center of International Law Studies, Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

 

DAY 5     : FRIDAY, 6 AUGUST

3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Introduction to Vietnamese Criminal Justice SystemDr. Lê Huỳnh Tấn Duy(Ho Chi Minh City University of Law- Vietnam)
4.45 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Break
5.15 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)The Development of Indonesian Criminal Justice System(Amira Paripurna Ph.D/ Criminal Law Department,Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)
6.15 PM ((GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Comparative Perspective of Criminal Substantive Law(Dr. Maradona/Criminal Law Department, Universitas Airlangga-Indonesia)

 

SECOND WEEK, 9-13 AUGUST 2021

DAY I       : MONDAY, 9 AUGUST

3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Islamic Banking Law and its Regulatory Framework in Malaysia(Prof. Rusni Hassan/Institute Islamic Banking and Finance, International Islamic University Malaysia)
4.45 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Break
5.15 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)The Development of Islamic Banking Law in Indonesia(Dr. Prawitra Thalib/Sharia Law Studies Center, Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

 

DAY 2     : TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST

3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Introduction of Islamic Law & the Contemporary Issues of Islamic Family Law in Malaysia(Dr. Rafizah Abu Hasan/Faculty of Law, Universiti Teknologi Mara)
4.45 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Break
5.15 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Introduction of Islamic Law & the Contemporary Issues of Islamic Family Law in Malaysia(RR. Fiska Silvia, LL.M/Universitas Airlangga- Indonesia)

 

DAY 3     : WEDNESDAY, 11 AUGUST

3 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Private Law in ThailandDr. Surutchada Reekie(Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
4.45 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Break
5.15 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Private Law in Indonesia I(Dr. Faizal Kurniawan S.H., LL.M, Private Law Department, Universitas Airlangga)
6.15 PM ((GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Private Law in Indonesia IIErni Agustin LL.M (Private Law Department, Universitas Airlangga)

 

DAY 4     : THRUSDAY, 12 AUGUST

3 -5 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Student Presentations  (breakout room I)
3 – 5 PM(GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Student Presentations (breakout room II)
3 – 5 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Student Presentations (breakout room III)
3 – 5 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Student Presentations (breakout room IV)

 

DAY 5     : FRIDAY, 13 AUGUST

3 – 3.15 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Student award
3.15 – 3.30 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Student/participant message
3.30-3.45 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Closing speech  from the Dean
4 PM (GMT+7/Jakarta Time)Closing Airlangga Online Summer School

Rule of Conduct

The Airlangga Online Summer School is a programme delivered by the Faculty of Law. The Airlangga Online Summer School community includes diverse and motivated students from around the world. Joining this online community requires that every student, commit to Airlangga Summer School’s standards of academic and personal conduct.

Respect for Self and Others

Every individual at summer school has the right to be treated with dignity and respect. Appearance and behavior reflect good judgment and respect for self and others. Students are expected to be courteous and considerate in dealings with instructors, staffs and other students. Failure to comply with the rules could result in the removal of a student from summer school.

Commitment and Reliability

  • Student commit to contributing to the programmes as required (full time programme from 2-14 August 2021)
  • Student obliges to inform the Programme Convener as soon as feasibly possible if she/he unable to contribute as required during the programme, due to illness or other commitments.

A certificate of completion will be awarded to students who:

  • Fully respect the code of conduct and academic integrity,
  • Attend and fully participate in all classes,
  • Take the individual/group assignments,
  • Complete the programme and evaluation survey at the end of the session.

Professional Behaviour Online

  • Student is not allowed to deliberately upload material that could be considered offensive or illegal.
  • Student is not allowed sending anyone material that could be considered threatening, bullying, offensive or illegal
  • Student is not allowed taking any photos or videos of any of the students, e-mentors or University staff
  • If student take part in a Live Chat session, another student must ensure the microphone is muted when not contributing
  • If student has any concerns about the content, language, tone or frequency of any messages or interactions that he/she has with students or staff then he/she will notify the Programme convener immediately
  • Any failure to abide by these rules will be considered a breach of academic integrity and will prevent a student from obtaining a certificate of completion. A serious breach of the code of conduct may result in expulsion from the programme. The determination as to whether a student has violated the code of conduct is made by program convener, instructors, and administrators. Students who are expelled from the programme will not receive a certificate of completion.

Privacy Policy

  • The live Zoom session during the Online Summer School Program will be recorded for students who may not be able to attend at this time, and for documentation. By default, your microphone and camera will be muted when you join the session. If you do not want to be included in the recording, simply keep your camera and microphone off. You may ask questions in the chat window. NOTE: Student participants are prohibited from recording of any kind. Only the administrator team is permitted to record.
  • Screen captures, photographs and video recordings will be used for the purpose of University’s and Faculty’s publications.
  • Participant’s and instructor’s e-mail will be used for the purpose of sending the newsletters and any event information, surveys that held by Faculty of Law, Universitas Airlangga

General Information & Assignments

Zoom                           : the following zoom link is used in all session of Summer School Program

https://zoom.us/j/7058553175?pwd=eXR4QU5FUFdQVi9tSGlnUUIvMEpuUT09

Meeting ID: 705 855 3175

Passcode: AOSS

Virtual background         : student must ensure to use the AOSS virtual background during all session of      Summer School Program

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/16Stodivujfou99YyXzeThRHelBYl95-8

Reading List and ppt       : the reading materials and PPT’s  are available in this link (please check it out regularly, there might be updated reading list/ppt prior the events) https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1IahkDZ5DLdEqtIQAFtwIJDLl42svpofl

Assignment                        :

  1. Individual assignment (reading)
  • Reading assignment is a short written assignments completed outside of class time.
  • Student may choose any article that available in the reading list
  • Each submission must be typed (word processed) and should be a 1000-1500 words
  • The content is:

         1) a short reflection and reaction to the reading

         2) a minimum of two thoughtful discussion questions related to           the central themes of the reading

        3) a one or two sentence quote from the assigned reading that           you find particularly thought-provoking, unusual, insightful                and/or controversial

  • Due date is 10 August 2021, the assignment is submitted through google drive
  1. Group assignment (presentation)
  • Students may choose one of the topic that relevant to one of the courses offered in Summer School
  • Students should make comparison between their own country’s system and other country’ jurisdiction
  • students may examine the effectiveness or make reflection or provide critical thoughts from the result of comparison
  • Student will create a 10 slides PowerPoint based upon his/her analysis and present it on 12 August 2021
  • Group list will be announced by 31 July
  • Student should submit their PowerPoint by 11 August through google drive.