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Course Plan International Undergraduate Program (Odd Semester)

Odd Semester

  • Course Code : LWHD610001
  • Course Title : Theory of State
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 3
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 2100 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course comprehensively explains the principles of State Law in general as well as specific issues on State Law from historic, sociological, juridical and philosophical perspectives. This is done by way of analysis and comparison of theories and ideologies pertaining to State Law. This course is a foundation for subsequent courses in State Law such as Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and International Law.
  • Course Code : LWHD610004
  • Course Title : The Law and Society
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 3
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 2100 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course studies law as a non-autonomic field,taking into account how theexternal factors - such as social, cultural and economic -influenced the way the law works. The power of social drive in the law area reflects the need for comprehensive understanding on law as a social construction mechanism.
  • Course Code : LWPE610105
  • Course Title : The Law of Property
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 2
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 1400 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course explains Property Law, which was governed by the Chapter II of the Indonesian Civil Code as well as its security, which is governed by the Civil Code and other relevant laws.
  • Course Code : LWPE610011
  • Course Title : The Law of Obligation
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 3
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 2100 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course discusses a wide range of issues on Contract and Specific Transactions in Contract, such as the structure and classification of Chapter III of the Indonesian Civil Code, definition of contract, sources and types of contracts, performance and non-performance of contract, force majeure, remedies, Torts and termination of contracts. In addition, this course also covers Special Agreements - both governed by the Civil Code and other relevant laws - which include transactions such as sales, barters, leases, grants, bailment,right to use, loans, granting of power and assumption.
  • Course Code : LWAN610010
  • Course Title : The Principles of Administrative Law
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 3
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 2100 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course discusses history and development of Administrative Law in Indonesia; nation, law and government; where Administrative Law stands in the Indonesian legal system and its connection with public law, private law and social context; description of Administrative Law, power and sources of Administrative Law (formal and material sources). Further, the course will examine basis of authority (e.g. ascription, delegation and mandate); limitation of power (doelmatigheid, rechtsmatigheid, wetmatigheid, AUPB and Good Governance); discretion, governmental actions and product of its actions. It will also touch on the issues such as governmental agencies; government tools such as acts/laws and beleidsregel; people's rights to be protected, preventive, repressive, Administrative Court; human resources aspect of government; national and local budgeting system (APBN and APBD); state asset and local government asset; sources and management of state funding; tax as state's income; and, lastly, monitoring and administrative sanctions.
  • Course Code : LWET610012
  • Course Title : The Intelectual Property Rights
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 2
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 1400 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course studies Intellectual Property Rights, which cover Copyrights, Patents, Industrial Designs, Trade Secrets, Trademarks, Layout Design of Integrated Circuits, Plant Variety Protection Rights, Protection of Geographical Indication at international and national levels.
  • Course Code : LWAC610021
  • Course Title : The Law of Criminal Procedure
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 3
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 2100 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis mandatory course of Criminal Procedures and Evidence studies the steps in handling criminal cases, roles and authority of each division of criminal court as well as relevant laws governing the mechanism and procedures in handling criminal cases.
  • Course Code : LWIN610020
  • Course Title : The Public International Law
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 3
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 2100 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course discusses issues in Public International Law and how it is different from Private International Law. The basic understanding of and main issues found in Public International Law will also be discussed in this course. Furthermore, legal basis, source of laws, international treaties, national zones, jurisdiction, and state responsibilities will also be examined.
  • Course Code : LWIN611004
  • Course Title : The International Business Transaction
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 2
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 1400 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course discusses the background, scope, transnational cases within the span of International Business Transactions (IBT) including roles and liabilities of parties involved in these commercial transactions. Further, the course will discuss the application of theories found in Private International Law in IBT cases. This course explains, identifies and analyzes actual cases, occurred both in Indonesia and in other parts of the globe, and legal relationships stemmed from IBT.
  • Course Code : LWET610150
  • Course Title : The Commercial Paper Law
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 2
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 1400 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course covers commercial papers or negotiable instruments, documents known as waarde papieren in Dutch, which are considered as payment devices. The documents have special legal status that enables them to flow freely through commercial networks. Negotiable instruments can be used for both credit and payment purposes. For example, a promissory note evidencing a promise to repay money owed is a credit instrument. A check written to pay dues is a payment instrument. The main legal bases of these Commercial Papers are the Indonesian Commercial Code and several laws related to certain types of commercial paper issued by the Bank of Indonesia (Indonesia Central Bank).
  • Course Code : LWMP611205
  • Course Title : The Law and Economic of Development
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 2
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 1400 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course discusses on the important relationship between law and economic development. It will also look into economic development, role of law in the economic development from liberalism perspective, from socialism perspective, and from Indonesia's five pillars (Pancasila) perspective. Further, the course will also discuss the impact of liberal economy on legal system and the impact of Pancasila economy on legal system. In addition, the course will analyze globalization impact on Indonesian legal system and legal globalization impact on Indonesian economic development. Lastly, it will discuss economic development in Indonesia, legal issues that may arise, and studies law development and economy in Indonesia.
  • Course Code : LWET610147
  • Course Title : The Law of Business Organization
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 3
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 2100 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course provides an introduction to the Law of Business Organizations. It will discuss issues relating to business forms, formation, structure, operations, control, and termination. The course explores not only business entities such as partnership and corporation, but also practical implications of such entities entering into contracts with binding obligations, the issue of liabilities, and protection conferred on management and shareholders. Other types of unincorporated associations or entities are also discussed. At the end of this course, the students will have an understanding of the law applicable to a number of modern business organizations, the significance of these business organizations in the creation of wealth and the laws applied to the personnel involved in the management of such organizations.
  • Course Code : LWIN611104
  • Course Title : Air and Space Law
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 3
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 2100 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsAir and Space Law is one important aspect of International Law. Hence, this course will discuss Air and Space Law from International Law viewpoint. The course comprises of two major parts. The first part describes the definition of Air Law and discusses the history and state sovereignty in Air, important aspects in civil aviation as stipulated in Chicago Convention of 1944, freedoms of the Air, Air law that regulates criminal acts occurred in the air and in planes. The second part of the course studies the definition of Space, state jurisdiction in Space, important aspects covered in Space Treaty of 1967, and conventions on space exploration activities.
  • Course Code : LWIA610141
  • Course Title : The Family and Inheritance of Adat Law
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 2
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 1400 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course discusses the principles, concepts and foundation of marriage, family and wills from the perspective Adat law, set of laws native to Indonesia. Particularly, the course examines different forms of marriages and their legal implications on the spousal relationship; parent and child relationship; marital assets; different types of family structuresin the indigenous society and other miscellaneous legal aspects. In wills, the course will examinebenefactorsand beneficiaries in wills; different types of wills; Preferred and Substitute Beneficiaries and Beneficiaries' Portions; gift and testamentary gift (hibah wasiat); as well as the development and recent changes in the law of marriage, family and wills - accordingto Indonesian Adat law.
  • Course Code : LWIN611003
  • Course Title : Selected Readings in Private International
  • Faculty : Law
  • Departement/Program Study : Law
  • Degree : Bachelor
  • Campus : Depok
  • Credit : 2
  • Term Offered : Odd Semester
  • Contact Hours : 1400 Minutes (Total Minutes per Semester)
  • Course DescriptionsThis course analyzes actual cases related to Private International Law (PIL) occurred both in Indonesia and in other parts of the world. Students will have the opportunity to test their knowledge in PIL by analyzing actual cases that have PIL distinctive characteristics, followed by applying the theories they learned on those cases to find the most appropriate legal solutions.