About Reinhard and Partners

The foundation of the firm goes back to works in conflict resolution. The founder, both the partner and special counsel worked on the resolution of the conflicts in Aceh and Papua, then as member of Indonesian Association of Legal Aid and Human Rights (PBHI). They also worked in various public interest cases. This background shapes the works of the firm when it is founded, and it still do.

The firm works across sectors where the law frames collaboration and interconnection in society. Indonesia has been enduring changes and disruption. Public policies formation conditions a better and open debate. Battery and injury correlate with fierce competition in public space, economic opportunities, and cycles of power formation. The firm keeps on learning in present situation in which societies and policymakers alike seek for betterment of life.

The firm works in fields of, as follows, criminal defense, bankruptcy and custodianship, market and commercial law, litigation, antitrust, labour & employment (including on migrant workers), banking and financial service, government relation, energy, ESG, transboundary crime, big data, constitutional law, public service and utilities.

Indonesian law is adapting changes in Indonesia and around the world. The constitution and organic law stay in their fundamental functions, but legislation, rules, regulation keep on adapting. A number of free trade agreements were signed, in the region and across regions. Legal identity in present globalism is much debated. The key provision in constitution where the fundamental rights must be protected in whatever situation impose a challenge to law society. The firm is of the opinion that legal service should understand this very situation, as to how legal profession should define their service.

The firm collaborates with various entities and parties; to work with education entities; to provide internship; to allot steps for associateships; and being joy in the love of law.



Intern Duties (Example)

  • Research
  • Report Writing
  • Drafting Documents

Dress Code

Semi-formal (e.g. Business attire, collared shirts/ blouses, trousers/long skirt, long dress covering shoulders and knees, batik shirt/ blouse/ dress, closed toe shoes. No t-shirts, shorts, flip-flops)

Work Hours

Monday to Friday (09.00 AM to 05.00 PM)


Sahid Sudirman Centre, 56th Floor

Jalan Jenderal Sudirman no. 56

Kav. 13-15, RT.10/RW.11, Karet Tengsin, Kecamatan Tanah Abang

Jakarta 10250