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Delegation from Fakultas Hukum Universitas Indonesia visits Faculty of Law

22 May 2024

On 17 May 2024, the Faculty of Law was honoured to receive a delegation from Fakultas Hukum Universitas Indonesia. The delegation included Dr. Parulian P. Aritonang (Dean), Dr. Andri Gunawan Wibisana (Deputy Dean for Education, Research and Student Affairs), and Dr. Yeni Salma Barlinti (Manager of Education and International Cooperation).

They were given a tour of the Röling Building and Academie Building, and met with our Dean Prof. Wilbert Kolkman, Prof. Frans Nelissen (Director of Research), Prof. Albertjan Tollenaar (Director of the Groningen Graduate School of Law), Prof. Jeanne Mifsud-Bonnici (STeP Research Group), and Kirsten Wolkotte, LL.M., (Coordinator International Office) to discuss future cooperation in both education and research. The visit resulted in a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between both Faculties, which will be followed by further discussions in the months to come.


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