Mrs. Naz Juman Gulinazaer is frequently described as an inspirational leader known for her nimble and logical thinking, her extensive experience and business contacts, and her solid track record in advising on complex legal questions in both litigation lawsuits and corporate law matters. Over the past decade, she has championed a legal team as founder and CEO of Schinder Law Firm, specializing in a broad scope of projects within the Indonesian infrastructure and energy fields, some of which include electric power plants, freeway and bridge projects, and chemical plants. The legal services she provides include advising on the optimal legal structure of projects, carrying out due diligence, taking part in negotiations, offering legal analysis and legal opinions, and assisting in transactions.
Yet, her expertise is not confined to traditional domestic developments. In fact, Naz has assisted numerous foreign investment companies, institutions, and organizations in successfully investing in and entering the Indonesian market. She has become a trustworthy corporate consultant for companies and organizations from their initial establishment until the present.
Constantly seeking out new ways to challenge herself, Naz has expanded her already impressive breadth of expertise by founding BIAMC, Bali’s first and only arbitration and meditation center. She carries with her a progressive, entrepreneurial spirit that animates her one-of-a-kind Balinese non-profit association. She is committed to remaining forward-thinking while maintaining a special culture founded on teamwork, a healthy work environment, and a strong work ethic.
Prof. Dr. I.B.R Supancana obtained his PhD in International Law from Leiden University, the Netherland (1998), before that got his Master of International Law from University of Indonesia (1990) and Bachelor of Law (S.H) in International Law from Padjadajaran University (1983). He has also acted as a Guest Lecturer at several universities, not only in Indonesia but also abroad (among others: Advanced Studies on Air and Space Law, Leiden University, Kobe University). His main areas of expertise are in the field of Aviation and Space Law; Foreign Direct Investment Law; Settlement of Disputes (Arbitration and ADR); Cyber Law; Mining; International Commercial Contract; and Regulatory Reform.
He has acted as an advisor and consultant for various international organizations and donor countries (GIZ, JICA, World Bank, British Embassy, EU Trade, among others) as well as Indonesian Governmental Agencies (among others, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Defense, National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, National Law Reform Body, National Development Planning Board, National Investment Coordination Board, etc.). He often represents the government in bilateral and multilateral negotiations (ASEAN Regional Forum, APEC, UN Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, APSCO, among others).
Over the past 33 years, he has provided legal services to domestic as well as overseas companies, including appearing as an expert witness in the USA and Singapore and before the National Anti-Corruption Court. A trainer for certified training on mediation at the National Mediation Center (PMN) and for a training series on development of legal skills jointly organized by the Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI) with the Center for Law and Business (PPHBI) as a part capacity building/continuing legal education program.
Other notable contributions are as an editor at an international and national prestigious law journal (Journal of East-Asia and International Law, Korea; Asia Mediation Journal, Singapore; Indonesian Law Journal, Lex Mercatoria). He has published more than 40 books and research articles, and his articles have been published in many scientific journals. Currently, he is assigned by the government to chair an inter-department working group on preparing draft of the academic paper on draft of laws on private international law; a draft of law on a revision of the Indonesian Company Law; and also as one of the initiators of the draft of law on Personal Data Protection.
Dr. Bambang Supriyanto is a Senior Of Counsel at Schinder Law Firm, a doctor in law from Padjadjaran State University, Bandung. He has over 32 years of experience in handling industrial relations. His most recent position was as an industrial relations advisor to the senior vice president of business services at Unocal Indonesia (an American oil & gas company). Subsequently, he moved to Chevron Indonesia. He has professional experience in labor matters, is a member of the National Labor Dispute Committee, a member of the team for the establishment of the Indonesia Labor Court, chairman of the industrial relations committee for an oil & gas company in Indonesia, a member delegate for ILO’s annual conference in Geneva, Switzerland on the team of comparative study of the Indonesian Employers Association to Oslo, Norway, has worked in labor dispute resolution in oil & gas companies, a chairman for Labor Law Review on outsourcing from the oil & gas sector. Currently, he is program director of Certified Human Resources Professionals, a lecturer for undergraduate and magister of law at Atma Jaya University, Jakarta, a senior consultant on industrial relations and a speaker at public seminars on labor law/industrial relations and a senior trainer in public training on labor law/industrial relations
Graduated as a Law Bachelor from Tarumanagara University Jakarta, and Magister of Notary from University of Indonesia, has a 10 years working experience in Notarial division, specialized in Company registration, all kinds of company licenses, company legal action, sale & purchase land or property agreement and transfer of ownership rights.
He also has vast experience in company Merger, Division, Acquisition, Restructuring. Dedicated and self earned esteemed reputation in Notarial media, Highly appreciated by clients and recognized domestically.
Abu Bakar Munir is an internationally‑renowned scholar, expert and consultant on ICT Law and Data Protection Law. He held the position of Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, Malaysia. Currently, he is a Professor of Law at the Faculty and an Associate Fellow at the University of Malaya, Malaysian Centre for Regulatory Studies (UMCoRS). He is a Legal Advisor and Data Protection Consultant at the Straits Interactive Pte Ltd Singapore, Academic Advisory Council Member of the Asia Pacific Institute for the Digital Economy (APIDE) Tokyo, a member of the Asian Privacy Scholars Network (APSN) and Chairman of the Data Protection Committee of the University of Malaya.
Professor Abu Bakar is the author of several books; Privatization (1992), Cyberlaw: Policies and Challenges (1999), Privacy and Data Protection (2002), Internet Banking: Law and Practice (2004), and Information and Communication Technology Law: State, Internet and Information (2010). His work Personal Data Protection in Malaysia: Law and Practice (2010) is a must-read book that provides guidance on how to comply with the Malaysian Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) of 2010. His most recent book, Data Protection Law in Asia (Thomson Reuters, Hong Kong) was published in December 2014. He is currently working on the second edition. He is also widely published in articles on various aspects of ICT law and data protection law. He speaks extensively at seminars, conferences and workshops in Malaysia and around the world, including at events organized by universities, such as NUS, Oxford, Cambridge, MIT, and others. Representatives of Google, Facebook and Yahoo are among the participants of his talks.
Professor Abu Bakar Munir is often consulted upon by governments and private entities around the globe. He was appointed as an advisor to the government of Malaysia on data protection in 2007 and was instrumental in the crafting and passing of PDPA 2010. Currently, he is a data protection consultant for the governments of Indonesia and Saudi Arabia. Together with a number of consultants from Europe, he was awarded a contract by the European Commission to undertake research and consultancy work to study the adequacy of data protection laws in Asia-Pacific countries.
Professor Abu Bakar was seconded as an IT Law Advisor and Principal Consultant to the government of Dubai, UAE where he led an international team of consultants in developing and drafting several IT legislation to facilitate the Dubai Internet City, a multi-billion dollar IT project. He was a Council Member of the Asia Pacific Privacy Charter Council (APPCC) and a recipient of the Malaysia Cyber Security Awards (Minister’s Award) in 2010 and the Malaysia Cyber Security Award (Information Security Visionary of the Year) in 2010. His other areas of specialization include Air and Space Law, Nanotechnology Law and Policy, and Renewable Energy Law and Policy. He has published numerous articles on these subjects. His work “Renewables: Solar Energy Needs Focus” was published in the Journal of Nature in January 2016.
Suar is a qualified Indonesian Advocate and a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). He specialises in dispute resolution practices, including litigation and arbitration. He has represented clients from various industries in high profile cases with complex matters involving multiple jurisdictions issues before Indonesian courts, international arbitration, and law enforcement agencies. He has an excellent command in Indonesian and English.
Prior joining Schinder Law Firm, he worked for an Indonesian firm affiliated with a Silver Circle law firm, a leading Indonesian dispute resolution boutique law firm, and a start-up law firm. He was the first associate seconded to a Singaporean law firm when working for the start-up law firm in 2010.
He holds a Sarjana Hukum (LLB) degree from Universitas Indonesia and a Master of Laws in Comparative and International Dispute Resolutions (LLM) with merits from Queen Mary University of London—which he undertook under full scholarships from Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan (LPDP) under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia.
Suar’s LLM dissertation ‘Arbitrator’s Conduct on Social Media’ is published in Oxford University Press’ Journal of International Dispute Settlement Vol. 8, Issue 3, September 2017
Beyond his professional life as a lawyer, he is a passionate traveller, avid reader, photography enthusiast and plays military simulation airsoft. He exercises regularly to maintain his physical and mental conditions.
A qualified Indonesian advocate. Budhi specialises in litigation, arbitration and other contentious matters. Budhi has extensive experience in representing numerous domestic and multi-national companies before the Indonesian National Board of Arbitration (BANI) and the Indonesian courts.
At Schinder Law Firm, he handles and has handled various matters related to anti monopoly & competition law, bankruptcy, insolvency and debt restructuring, employment and labor disputes, intellectual property rights, franchising, intellectual property disputes, family law and property, insurance and re-insurance, aviation and shipping.
Prior to joining Schinder Law Firm, he worked at one of the largest litigation law firms in Indonesia where he honed his litigation and lawyering skills, representing a wide range of high-profile clients in a team of notable Indonesian lawyers. Budhi has also contributed as a co-writer to various books and law journals. He speaks Indonesian and English.
Budhi holds a Sarjana Hukum (LLB) degree from Universitas Tarumanegara and Magister Hukum (LLM) from University of Indonesia.
In his spare time, Budhi is keen on cooking and travelling to many interesting places in Indonesia.
Akbar received his Sarjana Hukum (LLB) in 2012 from Universitas Trisakti. Subsequently, he earned his Magister Hukum (LLM) in transnational law in 2014. While at university, Akbar was actively involved in Student Executive Body where he served as Vice Head of Foreign Affair Department.
Prior to joining Schinder Law Firm, Akbar worked at another prominent corporate law firms in Jakarta, where he focused on general corporate matters. Akbar’s experience includes providing legal advices to various e-commerce companies, restructuring of a company, and handling employment issues. In addition to handling corporate matters, Akbar has been involved in merger and acquisitions transactions.
Akbar is fluent in English and a member of the Indonesian Advocates Association (PERADI).
Akbar is passionate about writing and reading books. He admits, reading and writing give him a level of fullfilment and rejuvenation
Suryani is our Client Relations Manager, she is always in the frontline for client services with her exceptional abilities to move projects and cases forward by understanding the dynamics of business and the clients’ commercial interests At Schinder Law Firm, she is part of teams which assists clients in financing projects, merger and acquisition as well as corporate matters. Suryani is also exposed to various range of foreign investment matters. Having commenced her legal career with another Indonesian companies, she has considerable experience in a variety of general corporate matters.
Suryani is fluent in Mandarin and a practicing advocate who holds an advocate’s professional training certificate from the Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI). She obtained her Sarjana Hukum from Putra Batam University in 2014.
As for relaxation, she is getting comfortable with good books especially on the subject of positive psychology.
Andri Rizki Putra is an associate at Schinder Law Firm. Andri joined Schinder Law Firm in 2018, having earlier served with one of Indonesia top tier law firms. Andri has experience in finance and banking transactions as well as general corporate transactions in Indonesia, including advising financial institutions and creditors on general financing.
Andri obtained his bachelor of laws (Sarjana Hukum) degree from Universitas Indonesia in 2011, graduated with a cum-laude predicate and awarded for Third Best Outstanding Student at Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia. In 2018, he obtained his master degree from Boston University, majoring in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.
When not immersing himself in the law, Andri likes to explore new places along with its social cultures. He also finds the time to serve as the board of trustee of philantrophic activities in education, Yayasan Pemimpin Anak Bangsa (YPAB).
Wisnu earned his bachelor degree in law (Sarjana Hukum) from Universitas Padjajaran in 2016 and joined Schinder Law Firm as a junior associate. While in law school, he was actively involved in a variety of student activities and organizations such as Asian Law Student Association (ALSA).
Since commencing his practice at the firm, he has been involved in a wide range in series of research and due diligence matters, including foreign investment projects, construction law, as well as a variety of general corporate and litigation matters.
Wisnu likes to recharge his batteries by playing hard on the e-sports field.
Geoffrey Auryn Jaurissa obtained his bachelor of law (Sarjana Hukum) degree from Atma Jaya Catholic University, majoring in Business Law. He joined Schinder Law Firm in 2018 after working with another law firm in Jakarta.
In his tenure at Schinder Law Firm, Geoffrey has acted for both Indonesian and foreign clients in a variety of corporate works, with his primary focus being on foreign direct investment. He was an active participant in the debating club, and in 2016 won the preliminary round on Lawfest Debate Competition held by the Law Faculty of Atma Jaya.
A keen sportsman, Geoffrey likes to spend his spare time practicing Wushu
Prisca Anabella was awarded a Bachelor of Law (Sarjana Hukum) degree by Atma Jaya Catholic University in 2018, majoring in Criminal Law. When she was a law student, she also served internship in another law firm in Jakarta, where she gained invaluable insights into the day-to-day operation of a law firm.
Prisca came to Schinder Law Firm as a fresh graduate in 2018. Since joining Schinder Law Firm. Prisca has gained considerable experience to date working on a wide variety of corporate matters as well as foreign direct investment.
In her free-time, she enjoys traveling and soaking in cross-cultural experiences.
Morales is a qualified Indonesian advocate. He specialises in litigation and other contentious matters. He has extensive experience in handling high profile corruption cases as well as general election disputes, i.e. 2014 Presidential Election, before the Indonesian Constitutional Court.
Morales is fluent in Mandarin, the language he first learned from his tenure in International Beijing World Youth Academy. He holds a Sarjana Hukum (LLB) degree from Universitas Al-Azhar Indonesia.