Setyawati Fitrianggraeni

    Setyawati Fitrianggraeni,

    PhD Candidate, FCIArb., FAIADR.

    Managing Partner

    Setyawati Fitrianggraeni has amassed more than 15 years of experience in a career that spans a wide range of legal practices. Beginning her career journey as a criminal defense lawyer in 2006, she then decided to focus on maritime law at the Nordisk Legal Services Pte. Ltd. a Norwegian headquartered Freight Demurrage and Defense Club in Singapore. Her experience as counsel encompasses civil proceedings on environmental issues, different arbitrations proceedings at SIAC, BANI, and AIAC, civil court, and contract negotiations. She has advised on a series of high-profile cases, including on a potential dispute involving the Sri Lankan Navy.

    Fitri has been a legal advisor to the Cooperative of the Indonesian National Police (INKOPPOL) since 2017. She has shared her legal expertise through various publications, including “It’s Just Smoke. Good Neighbors Making Bad law. A Commentary on the Haze Situation between Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore” (Proceeding, 2020), “Building Business, Enriching Lives: Empowering Women in Fishing Communities of Tegal and Wonogiri, Central Java, Indonesia” (Journal of Maritime Affairs, 2019), and “Dispute on Green Infrastructure Mega Project: Managing The Risk On Preserving The Earth” (The Spirit of Law Journal, 2019).

    She was listed as a Southeast Asian Women 2020 by Young Southeast Asia Leader’s Initiative (YSEALI) Women’s Leadership Academy Alumni Network and Hukumonline’s NexGen Lawyers in 2019. Fitri is also an Assistant Professor for the Private Law Department and the Managing Editor of The Lex Patrimonium and the Secretary of the Private Law Department at her alma mater the University of Indonesia.

    A graduate of the University of Indonesia, she obtained her Master of Law with merit in Maritime Law from the University College London. She is currently a PhD candidate in Maritime Law and Policy at the World Maritime University. Her favorite pastime is travelling and reading books.

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