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Education CV

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

PhD in Law Candidate, 2018-Present

Master of Laws, 2016-2017

Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Bachelor of Laws, 2011-2015

Academic & work experience

Adjunct Lecturer (Junior), Faculty of Law, Universitas Gadjah Mada, 2017-2018

Researcher, Sisters for Change, United Kingdom, 2015-2016; 2018

Researcher, ELSA Int'l Legal Research Group on Migration Law, 2017-2018

Researcher, Cambridge Pro Bono Project – IACtHR, University of Cambridge, 2016-2017

Academic and Teaching Assistant, Universitas Gadjah Mada, 2014-2016

Intern, Investment and Finance Treaties Section, Indonesian Foreign Ministry, 2015

Intern, Legal and Psychological Aid, Rifka Annisa Women's Crisis Centre, 2013

Intern, Soewito Suhardiman Eddymurthy Kardono (SSEK) Law Firm, 2012

Honours and awards

Jardine Cambridge Graduate Scholar, 2018-Present

Jennings Prize, Wolfson College, 2017

Clive Parry Prize (Overseas) for International Law, University of Cambridge, 2017

Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP) Scholar, 2016-2017

Outstanding Student (OSTW), Indonesian Foreign Ministry, 2014

Fields of research

Public International Law; International Human Rights Law; International Investment Law; International Law and Domestic Courts; Legal Education



Dr. Veronika Fikfak

Representative Publications

Book Chapters

Ibrahim Hanif, 'Ch 6: International Organizations', 'Ch 10: International Law and National Law', 'Ch 16: International Dispute Settlement'; Ibrahim Hanif & Anis Muhammad Afla 'Ch 9: Jurisdiction in International Law', in Hukum Internasional, (Buku Belaka: 2023) 

Linda Yanti Sulistiawati & Ibrahim Hanif, 'Second Fiddle: Why Indonesia’s Top Graduates Shy Away from the Judiciary and What Can We do About it?' in Patterns in Legal Education in Asia: From Imitation to Innovation (Brill Nijhoff: 2017)


L Y Sulistiawati, I Hanif, ‘Indonesia: Legal Response to Covid-19’, in Jeff King and Octávio LM Ferraz et al (eds), The Oxford Compendium of National Legal Responses to Covid-19 (OUP 2021). doi: 10.1093/law-occ19/e36.013.36

'Chapter 7. Access to Education for Migrants' & 'Chapter 8. The Recognition of Foreign School and University Diplomas at National Level' in International Legal Research Group on Migration Law Concluding Report (ELSA March 2018)

Conference Papers

‘Selected Issues on Bilateral v. Multilateral Investment Court System for Indonesia’ (Roundtable Discussion on the Formation of an Investment Court Systems, Indonesian Foreign Ministry, Yogyakarta March 2018)

Ibrahim Hanif & Thara Wahab, ‘Rape and Indonesian Law: Legal and Social Challenges’ (Womenbeing Conference, Edinburgh October 2017)

Newspaper Pieces

‘Beating fake news: Beyond lies, it’s beating fallacies’ The Jakarta Post, 6 January 2018

‘Student activism: The calm before the silence’ The Jakarta Post, 18 March 2015

Start Date

Oct 2018