R. Irawaty, LLM
Rosewitha Irawaty is a Ph.D Candidate at the Department of Private International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Her PhD research is funded by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, the Republic of Indonesia and the University of Groningen under the DIKTI-NESO scheme. She holds a Master of Legal Institutions (LLM-Legal Institutions) degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, the United States. The US Government, through ELIPS-USAID, has granted a full scholarship for her master study between 2003-2004. She earned her bachelor of laws from Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia (UI).
Her doctoral research focuses on the creation of carbon rights in the context of property rights and the transfer of such rights under the Indonesian Legal System. Prior her PhD candidacy, Irawaty’s professional experiences include both in research and involvement in faculty’s management at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia. In 2009, she was selected as a visiting fellow at Faculty of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), the Netherlands under a lecture exchange program between EUR and UI. In early 2012 she was appointed as the Indonesian Project Coordinator (for Batch 4) for Building Blocks for the Rule of Law project (2009-2012), an initiative of Leiden University, University of Groningen and Universitas Indonesia. Building Blocks for the Rule of Law project was funded by the Dutch Ministry of European Affairs and International Cooperation.
She served as the President of Indonesia Student Association in Groningen (PPIG) for 2015-2016 term. According to statistic, for the last couple of years, Groningen has been the home of the largest number of Indonesian students in the Netherlands. Her affiliation to her almamater also brought her as a member of the committee of Universitas Indonesia Alumni Organization in the Netherlands (ILUNI-NL) where she served as Vice Chairman for the term 2016-2017.
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