Patriani P. Mulia LLM
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Ms. Patriani P. Mulia is a licensed Indonesian advocate currently pursuing her Doctoral degree at Utrecht University. The theme of her dissertation is economic integration and human rights protection in the ASEAN region. At the moment, she is affiliated with the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) and the School of Human Rights Research in the Netherlands. She is also a member of the Asian Society of International Law since 2015 and the Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI) since 2013.


Patriani’s academic background focuses largely on public international law. She graduated cum laude from Atma Jaya University Jakarta and attained her LL.M in International Legal Studies from New York University School of Law. During her bachelor study, she received seven merit-based scholarships in addition to the Student Activist Scholarship from the Indonesian Ministry of Education. She was also the 2007 National Champion of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and the founder of Atma Jaya Moot Court Guild, a student organization of the Faculty of Law. During her master study, Patriani was a Graduate Editor of the Journal of International Law and Politics, a research assistant to Prof. Richard Stewart, and affiliated to the Centre for Human Rights and Global Justice.


Patriani´s professional experience is a mix between private law practice and international human rights law. As a practising lawyer, she specializes in general corporate matters and cross-border disputes. On the other hand, she remains a consultant on international human rights law. Between 2012 – 2014, she maintained the position as an Advisor/Consultant to the Association for the Prevention of Torture, a Geneva-based NGO. Among others, the two-year tenure leads to the establishment of a two-year MoU with the Indonesian Ministry of Law and Human Rights on an anti-torture campaign to the Indonesian law enforcement. She also took the lead in coordinating a national discussion on the ratification of the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture. The discussion brought governmental actors, the National Human Rights Institutions, and civil society together in formulating a detention oversight model. Patriani left her role in October 2014 to focus on her Doctoral thesis. Nonetheless, the discussion incited a national-wide open discussion that, in turn, shapes for more concrete steps towards ratification of the OPCAT. 

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