Hukumonline.com was established in 2000 by a small cohort of pioneering figures in Indonesian law, early during Indonesia’s reformation period. Initiated to educate and to offer quality legal insights, Hukumonline now stands as one of Indonesia’s most comprehensive, integrated and trusted providers of legal-information.
Hukumonline.com produces a range of services, including a comprehensive database that hosts some 52,000 laws, regulations and judicial decisions, a legal news center, an encyclopedia, and a legal clinic providing guidance on legal questions submitted by the public. The organization also holds regular legal seminars, workshops and in-house training sessions concerning topical issues of Indonesian law.
The English product of Hukumonline.com, namely Hukumonline Pro publishes premium commentary of current Indonesian law, covering General Corporate, Financial Services, Manufacturing and Industry, Energy and Natural Resources, Telecommunications and Media, and Consumer and Retail practice areas. These publications include concise legal updates that analyze new laws and regulations; feature articles on important legal developments, and monthly reviews of the latest regulations to be issued.
Today, Hukumonline.com has more than 500 clients, which include private businesses, corporations, and top-tier law firms as well as government bodies. Hukumonline.com commits itself to deliver quality legal information and analysis, and its staff are a professional team of legally-trained analysts and practiced researchers.
We are looking for:
A good team player who is willing to work on a range of different assigned tasks, and who is interested in understanding how Indonesia’s dynamic legal system develops day-to-day. Good research and writing skills in English are important. Some familiarity with Bahasa Indonesia is helpful but not required.
Potential projects and duties for the successful intern will include:
- Conducting legal research necessary for the development of feature publications on Indonesian law.
- Drafting brief analyses of new Indonesian laws and regulations.
- Editing of Hukumonline.com English publications.
- Assisting in the development of promotional/marketing materials.
- Participating in seminars, meetings, and discussions with prominent Indonesian legal practitioners and government officials, and law society.
Monday to Friday: 10 am – 6 pm
Office attire requirement:
Casual (e.g. Polo/t-shirt, jeans, closed toe shoes, and no shorts and sandals)
9th Floor, AD Premier Building
Jl. TB Simatupang No. 5
Ragunan, Pasar Minggu
Jakarta Selatan 12550
Sarah Locker is a participant in the 2018 Law Professional Practicum from the Australian National University. Sarah is studying a Bachelor of Law (Honours) and a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in International Commerce. Sarah received a $3,000 New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant to support her participation in this program.