Hutabarat Halim & Rekan (HHR) is one of the leading commercial law firms in Indonesia. The firm was founded by a number of experienced Indonesian commercial, corporate and finance lawyers with skills across a broad range of legal practice areas. HHR has grown steadily to include a number of partners, of-counsel (foreign lawyer), lawyers and professional support staff with a total of almost 50 persons, all of whom are distinguished in their respective areas of specialty and professionalism.
Independent surveys and international legal publications consistently rank HHR as a leading and dynamic law firm in Indonesia.
HHR has been recommended by the Asia Pacific Legal 500, International Financial Law Review 1000 and Asia Law Profiles as a leading transactional law firm in Indonesia. In 1998, 3 years after its incorporation, the Asia Pacific Legal 500 recognized the firm’s capability and expertise in six areas of practice, out of the seven areas of practice which were listed. The firm’s expertise and capability have been acknowledged in: (i) Corporate and Commercial, (ii) Capital Markets, (iii) Project Finance, (iv) Banking, (v) Intellectual Property, and (vi) Commercial Dispute Resolution.
HHR is qualified and has a license to practice in capital market transactions as well as in litigation/commercial dispute cases. As of its establishment, the firm has, to date, render its services to various clients which consist of both foreign and domestic institutions.
The firm is principally engaged in the provision of legal services to foreign and domestic companies, securities companies, banks and financial institutions which are doing their business in Indonesia.
HHR specializes in the handling of :
Banking & Finance
Capital Markets & Securities
Commercial Dispute Resolution
Competition and Regulated Industry
Corporate & Investment
Criminal Investigation and Litigation
Energy & Natural Resources
Insurance & Re-insurance
Intellectual Property & Information Technology
Manpower & Industrial Relations
Media & Telecommunication
Interested interns should have an academic background in law. It would be useful but not necessary to have had some exposure to Civil Law, and Civil Law as practised in Indonesia.
Duties will depend on circumstances at the time of the internship, but are likely to include researching a specific area of law – perhaps with a view to providing a comparative study. If circumstances permit, the internship will culminate in a group presentation and discussion. The research is likely to be as to legal principles rather than litigation procedures.
Nominally 8.30 to 5.30, but these are flexible.
20/F DBS Bank Tower
Ciputra World 1
Jl. Prof. DR. Satrio Kav. 3-5