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10/8/2020 13:28:47ajeng.raisa.aghnia@mail.ugm.ac.id+6281288692997Ajeng Raisa Aghnia17/408368/HK/2108012-Jul-2020International Online CourseInternational Law in Action: the Arbitration of International Disputeshelpdesk@issc.leidenuniv.nlhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZEsw6HUzIBjKzjmKC485MD5ypnEJ5tGPhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/arbitration-international-disputesAPPROVED
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10/8/2020 19:43:36vanyadiamanta@mail.ugm.ac.id081283350050Vanya Diamanta A18/425485/HK/2157411-Jun-2020International Online CompetitionInternational Criminal Court Moot Court CompetitionICCMCC@LAW.leidenuniv.nlhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1eg-tDl8GqmH_-PQYpb8frdHLKyVY4-bsInternational Criminal Court Moot Court Competition is an international competition for law students around the world. ICC-MCC provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defense counsel, but also that of victim’s counsel.

link = http://iccmoot.com
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10/10/2020 1:31:13himawan.widyandaru@mail.ugm.ac.id081210858231Himawan Widyandaru16/392736/HK/207119-Apr-2020International Online CourseHarvard Law School Course “Child Protection: Children Rights in Theory and Practice”info@edx.orghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1cXKp8UBZGPolUfc_KbZFddsBJP4ybaushttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Z_FRGHPevNQMa0KXxBE6vyZ0klD93DDGAcross the world, children are at risk from violence, abuse, exploitation, and neglect. Conflict and natural disasters have forced millions to flee their homes and confront the dangers of migration and displacement. Commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking, child labor, and child marriage are problems in many countries. At-risk children and adolescents need their rights enforced if we are to protect them from harm and to ensure that they develop to their full potential.

Led by Jacqueline Bhabha, Research Director of the Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, this course will teach you the causes and consequences of child protection failures. You will consider the strategies, international laws, standards, and resources required to protect all children. You will be able to link legal frameworks and child-rights approaches to the work of policymakers, lawyers, health workers, educators, law enforcement, and social workers. Learners will come to understand how they can ensure the protection of children and apply child protection strategies to their own work.

(https://online-learning.harvard.edu/course/child-protection-childrens-rights-theory-and-practice?delta=1)

This even is held by Harvard Law School started on April 2020 and Finished on September 2020 through a 4 steps of the learning experience and it cames with assessment, quiz, journal reading, discussion, and final project in the form of creating a children protection policy in Indonesia as the case example
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10/12/2020 0:20:13ravi.a@mail.ugm.ac.id081212000132Ravi Amarendra18/423055/HK/214479-Apr-2020International Online Competition27th Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 2020admin@vismoot.orghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1x567RMH71LIT7I4Ac_ZdtwjkVekhRqa8, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bM-JD9KF-Uhm8YX3K01i-Utopjqa5iflhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1s95vFqeDSs5Fj4XACzDmiUkgEaeGdMEI, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jlG_MlrNa6dnYKddNxXAAXFJKq9QaL-p, https://drive.google.com/open?id=12VkoWNVp9p4oj705iV597kU8EowHFkrThttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1wKzojz4WnsJ7bkjptfurgAeMpKHiXiCpThe Willem C. Vis Moot is one of the world's most prestigious moot court competitions, in the field of international commercial law and arbitration for resolution of international business disputes. It is annually held in Vienna, with participants of over 300 law schools worldwide. Hence, being a part of the Team/Delegation is a sign of excellence.

(https://vismoot.pace.edu/site/about-the-moot)
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10/12/2020 1:04:40briansukianto@mail.ugm.ac.id08118775220Brian Sukianto18/423032/HK/214243-Jul-2020International Online CourseChartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) - Online Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolutioneducation@ciarb.orghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZKz8rto8huj88yph0ki3PD3H0t0Dkn9hhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1heXNAAez5bGwSXEONrxWnoO0uve_k0nlThe aim of this online module is to provide a general understanding of the various methods of dispute resolution that are alternatives to court proceedings. These are collectively known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods. This course is a good introduction before more advanced levels of CIArb membership, Membership (MCIArb) and Fellowship (FCIArb).

https://ciarb.org/training/bookings/discounted-introduction-to-adr-online/
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10/12/2020 1:21:14harvianasaradiva@mail.ugm.ac.id082143028930Harviana Saradiva A.18/425467/HK/2155631-May-2020International Online CourseComparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Lawinfo@edx.orghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1paCWa3ymbB3L01_rpWg9KpMj2bT6AwmLhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1JofkJNLr2MIPc78NbA71d8z4L8KCobbmComparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law uses a problem-based approach to examine a global view of anti-discrimination law, comparing US, European, and other national, regional and international legal systems, including those of India, Brazil and South Africa. The course covers five topic modules: employment discrimination and harassment (race, sex, age, disability); marriage equality (race, same-sex); affirmative action (race, caste, origin)/gender parity; hate speech (race, sex, religion); and secularism and the rights of religious minorities.APPROVED
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10/12/2020 18:26:58christinaclarissa@mail.ugm.ac.id081288029462Christina Clarissa Intania17/408372/HK/2108419-Oct-2020International Online CourseNYUx : Media Lawcoursetidakmemilikialamatemail@gmail.comhttps://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:NYUx+DMEDX7033+3T2020/course/APPROVED
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10/13/2020 11:41:14jeremyguntur@mail.ugm.ac.id081328013387Jeremy Abraham Guntur18/423043/HK/214357-Oct-2020International Online ConferenceInternational Conference on Hate Speech in Asia: Challenges and Solutionsresearch@asiacentre.orghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1rNjHMh6lWSJwcq3bkeVeGEhsZH6u6Zzz, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Gk71Z6rqqhqECMtliOUDsxHM8m4fp6O0, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RH7HwoDwRiKfu2g3lJVu5K4UGFOy2qBd, https://drive.google.com/open?id=144rjN-jcDFARWpmtuEueByAkU54hD77zhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=155eOZL5wLnFG-caYtF8DNALNjb3Z6oY5, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1d00zYREVuWwGlP5RS8yTpgHcK6cbo9pshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1enyC0JlrqnCeCSjkppp-u6seYd8u6hmxThis is an international conference on Hate Speech in Asia held by Asia Centre in Bangkok, Thailand. The conference is attended by lots of academician and practitioners from prominent institution. On this year event, the conference is held online via Zoom Meeting Application.

https://asiacentre.org/event/hate-speech-in-asia-challenges-and-solutions/
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10/13/2020 14:23:04anugrah.w@mail.ugm.ac.id081314892001Anugrah Wishnumurti18/429258/HK/217057-Oct-2020International Online ConferenceAsia Centre 5th International Conference on Hate Speech in AsiaAsia Centre Bangkokhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1uTJxd1PtmjQ6ZNAbGhdbanA18hxxspxe, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TUPLDhp4Bg4IsLq7AniT04NOtdSy_PTi, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bP16osV8iKvMrZ5E7Iv4C_10pzIK8SW1https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZW5PNPACuEhhxVaRMJ_0WolAYe5jWDgrhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=15tn6fLn3GEnQeWFnhi14GznurVv1zYx6Asia Centre 5th International Conference is held 7-9 October of 2020 and it discusses about Hate Speech in Asia from various aspects and perspectives.

( The following event description is from Asia Centre's Website https://asiacentre.org/event/hate-speech-in-asia-challenges-and-solutions/ )

Across Asia hate speech based on fake news has led to an increase of violent incidents as disinformation divides communities during periods of political and communal tensions. With rising internet penetration and use of mobile devices, abusive and threatening remarks both in speech and writing are going viral over social media. Often such content expresses intense prejudice against individuals or particular groups, on the basis of disability, ethnicity, gender, nationality, political ideology, race, religion or sexual orientation which can rise up to a frenzy leading to violent outcomes. Governments have enacted laws to preserve public order as well as to protect human dignity. They have also sponsored and assembled inter-faith dialogues and embarked on social cohesion efforts. Other stakeholders such the UN, international organizations, civil society and faith-based groups are also doing their part to combat hate speech. In the search for solutions to these challenges, there is also a need for an evidence-based discussion to critically examine the phenomenon of hate speech and its impact on democracy, the rule of law and human rights. This conference seeks to address the issue of hate speech from an evidence-based and a solution grounded approach while upholding freedom of expression.

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10/13/2020 15:24:56ishmael.ershad@mail.ugm.ac.id08119233006Ishmael Ershad M18/423041/HK/214337-Sep-2020International Online CourseHELP Online Course on Asylum and the ECHRCouncil of Europe (http://help.elearning.ext.coe.int/))https://drive.google.com/open?id=1SMKxplL4kIEZWeYzqUxdCO_17_66ReRC, https://drive.google.com/open?id=180-PEt08rCp9klRgP7EESctsYkBaqsYAhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1BlqjV0NvDMrU_-mZeyA9tSwfwqFFOdKPThe HELP Online Course on Asylum and the ECHR is an online course provided by the Council of Europe aimed towards legal practitioners and students who are interested to learn more about asylum/refugee law from the context of the European Convention on Human Rights. 4 topics were covered during the course; the prohibition of ill-treatment, the right to liberty and security and freedom of movement, right to family life, and the right to an effective remedy. Thus, it is evident that this course provides valuable insights on international law and how refugee law works in other jurisdictions beyond Indonesia. (http://help.elearning.ext.coe.int/enrol/index.php?id=1662) APPROVED
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10/14/2020 12:46:18muhammadardiansyah00@mail.ugm.ac.id+62816977690Muhammad Ardiansyah Arifin18/423051/HK/214436-Aug-2020International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and PracticeUniversiteit Leiden, Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum, Courserahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ftwwYVk-geww5gY6D_OrzmMhqlo0vNo7https://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-lawAPPROVED
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11/1/2020 23:03:59tathyaadjani@mail.ugm.ac.id085899740964Tathya Adjani Dhanvantari19/438398/HK/218419-Apr-2020International Online CompetitionForeign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot CompetitionCenter For International Legal Studieshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Md6jqyPp3tQrLLAH4oaWyItvErgex6onhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=15zqzUJO379T0vc_rIbdDSmZqcJT7gS5ZFDI is an international competition revolving around international investment for law students from many universities around the world; both undergraduates as well as post-graduates. Increasing international investment, proliferation of international investment treaties, domestic legislation, and international investment contracts have contributed to the development of a new field of international law. This defines the obligations between host States and foreign investors and refers to internationalized procedures for resolving related disputes. Such disputes involve not only vast sums, but also panoply of rights, duties and shifting objectives at the juncture of national and international law policy. The FDI Moot helps future lawyers attain a practical understanding of these issues.
Competition Website: www.fdimoot.org
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11/1/2020 23:08:47tathyaadjani@mail.ugm.ac.id081289010550Nisriina Primadani Fanaro17/408389/HK/211019-Apr-2020International Online CompetitionForeign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot CompetitionCenter for International Legal Studieshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1fOBCofHfkFwMUrZBDsu2XlL989ISHUTehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=12y_KUFOBD-2m6Ob1D54g-wo-rBEOP1aeFDI is an international competition revolving around international investment for law students from many universities around the world; both undergraduates as well as post-graduates. Increasing international investment, proliferation of international investment treaties, domestic legislation, and international investment contracts have contributed to the development of a new field of international law. This defines the obligations between host States and foreign investors and refers to internationalized procedures for resolving related disputes. Such disputes involve not only vast sums, but also panoply of rights, duties and shifting objectives at the juncture of national and international law policy. The FDI Moot helps future lawyers attain a practical understanding of these issues.
Competition Website: www.fdimoot.org
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11/1/2020 23:11:21tathyaadjani@mail.ugm.ac.id081314309709Irene Amadea Rembeth17/408377/HK/210899-Apr-2020International Online CompetitionForeign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot CompetitionCenter for International Legal Studieshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1-ValCYZnzRP0IJL3QbKP4_Nkt8cjFlyJhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Km-uBuyLPKqxZzNHoVj89q53JL1urB3RFDI is an international competition revolving around international investment for law students from many universities around the world; both undergraduates as well as post-graduates. Increasing international investment, proliferation of international investment treaties, domestic legislation, and international investment contracts have contributed to the development of a new field of international law. This defines the obligations between host States and foreign investors and refers to internationalized procedures for resolving related disputes. Such disputes involve not only vast sums, but also panoply of rights, duties and shifting objectives at the juncture of national and international law policy. The FDI Moot helps future lawyers attain a practical understanding of these issues.
Competition Website: www.fdimoot.org
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11/1/2020 23:14:07tathyaadjani@mail.ugm.ac.id081261437572Sherina Gunawan19/438394/HK/218379-Apr-2020International Online CompetitionForeign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot CompetitionCenter for International Legal Studieshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=10EbuusQdPn9S7QE9kY4GORDmBM74K9HJhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=14wqd1SN5ryH064V9YekXx86OUHRPFXvmFDI is an international competition revolving around international investment for law students from many universities around the world; both undergraduates as well as post-graduates. Increasing international investment, proliferation of international investment treaties, domestic legislation, and international investment contracts have contributed to the development of a new field of international law. This defines the obligations between host States and foreign investors and refers to internationalized procedures for resolving related disputes. Such disputes involve not only vast sums, but also panoply of rights, duties and shifting objectives at the juncture of national and international law policy. The FDI Moot helps future lawyers attain a practical understanding of these issues.
Competition Website: www.fdimoot.org
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11/1/2020 23:16:20tathyaadjani@mail.ugm.ac.id082242289782Gracia Monica Patricia Himawan17/411443/HK/212139-Apr-2020International Online CompetitionForeign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot CompetitionCenter for International Legal Studieshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1YQuBKbj76FKN5tjW8rrv_ezCW8wt0m9Phttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1_yLiclcf592mpgNjnwQ-TcTvq_yYhYvkFDI is an international competition revolving around international investment for law students from many universities around the world; both undergraduates as well as post-graduates. Increasing international investment, proliferation of international investment treaties, domestic legislation, and international investment contracts have contributed to the development of a new field of international law. This defines the obligations between host States and foreign investors and refers to internationalized procedures for resolving related disputes. Such disputes involve not only vast sums, but also panoply of rights, duties and shifting objectives at the juncture of national and international law policy. The FDI Moot helps future lawyers attain a practical understanding of these issues.
Competition Website: www.fdimoot.org
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11/7/2020 23:01:37gabrielaeliana@mail.ugm.ac.id081310000500Gabriela Eliana19/438382/HK/2182516-Oct-2020International Online CompetitionALSA International Mediation CompetitionALSA International, ALSA Malaysia, in partnership with Asian International Arbitration Centrehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1YF4RdQqzMeYYwR5GjEOttPuGjQLXn5Yz, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1YAZHSqEaTglFPP_zEt6AmnVV12EW_Gws, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gsK7vsEY4xXRYW2GlZM-XJCYDH3Og0sChttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1TF6CzZAM0u3YiRi_4BUGIMd8OBwIQSC8ALSA International Mediation Competition is the first international mediation competition held by ALSA International. This year, the event was held by ALSA International and ALSA Malaysia in collaboration with Asian International Arbitration Centre and the Asian International Arbitration Centre Young Practitioners Group. Due to the current pandemic, the event was held offline-online (semi-online) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, participated by 20 other universities including the National University of Singapore, Queensland University of Technology, Singapore Management University, La Trobe University, and Chulalongkorn University, the competition upheld the theme of International Commercial Law. For further information about the event, please visit https://alsamalaysia.com/aimc/ This year, ALSA LC UGM and ATHENS collaborated and sent 2 groups of delegates, which are teams 1009 and 1010. I was a member of 1010 along with my seniors, Astrid Adelya and Rahmah Chandrika, where we were able to place top 3 preliminary rounds score, top 3 overall scores, and 4th rank mediation plan scores.APPROVED
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11/13/2020 9:11:37aisha.jasmine.a@mail.ugm.ac.id081334212539Aisha Jasmine Azzahra17/411435/HK/2120512-Aug-2020International Online CourseThis introduction to moral and political philosophy on justiceHarvardTaught by lauded Harvard professor Michael Sandel, Justice explores critical analysis of classical and contemporary theories of justice, including discussion of present-day applications. Topics include affirmative action, income distribution, same-sex marriage, the role of markets, debates about rights (human rights and property rights), arguments for and against equality, dilemmas of loyalty in public and private life. The course invites learners to subject their own views on these controversies to critical examination.

https://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:HarvardX+ER22.1x+3T2020/course/
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11/13/2020 15:54:55feliciaivana@mail.ugm.ac.id081703174642Felicia Ivana18/423037/HK/2142919-Sep-0020International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice Online CoursAuthorized by Universiteit Leiden and Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum and offered through Courserahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1sRxI6b6O0__d4Mt5X8IOlwhlgx8mKf23https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KKtKb_HEv0TBuNqqeSAuBaSDTqR0bQmwhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1AZF5WVBiiop31q1VmSigU_w02IWcgehY“International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice” is the first MOOC of the Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum on International Humanitarian Law, which is the platform within the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden University for the research, teaching and dissemination of international humanitarian law (IHL).

https://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-law/home/info
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2/9/2021 14:20:42philipalbert@mail.ugm.ac.id087887107868Philip Albert Tirtamarta17/411449/HK/2121911-Jan-2021International Online CourseWinter Courses On International Law Online The Hague Academy of International Law https://drive.google.com/open?id=1PxE9Pk_oyks0yvOdaKZHAhJh_TgSSW8Whttps://drive.google.com/open?id=134tYdb-ejcGjznI5TtiPHKiJCkJG4AEshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1-bAj5KKCoLPQlnwgfXyrsOlok4R6eR8lThe Hague Academy of International Law is organizing an online winter course on International Law in 11-29 January 2021 with 9 law courses regarding International Law. Lecturers came from different universities and legal background, such as University of Leicester, University of Yaounde II, University of Edinburgh, University of Sydney Law School, Universite catholique de Louvain (Olivier DE SCHUTTER, a Former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food), the Principal Legal Officer and the Head of the Legislative Branch in the International Trade Law Division in UN Office of Legal Affairs, University of Melbourne, University of Uppsala, and Middlesex University London as well as Leiden University. Given that this is an online course, the number of the participants is unlimited as the academy would not held any selection for the participants.

This is a perfect international exposure as the program is held by a legal academy with International Law as its subject target and came in 9 courses. The program is also beneficial as it is conducted in an online method in the pandemic situation.

The 9 courses and its lecturers detail are inside the following link and other document:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wHT8Xz309XX_6qvH5QgJJtY2pehlnPh_/view?usp=sharing

For your consideration, I humbly give you my best gratitude.
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12/10/2020 20:17:39muhamad.hafizh.akram@mail.ugm.ac.id081291093671Muhamad Hafizh Akram17/408387/HK/2109911-Jun-2020International Online CompetitionInternational Criminal Court Moot Court Competition (ICCMCC) 2020ICCMCC@LAW.leidenuniv.nlhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1YzWLmCPkcheUp356NaXJxYRoThBFx1nfInternational Criminal Court Moot Court Competition is an international competition for law students around the world. ICC-MCC provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defense counsel, but also victim's counsel.

Link = http://iccmoot.com
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2/2/2021 10:35:10athaya.octanta@mail.ugm.ac.id085811291754Athaya Rizallia Octanta17/415880/HK/2140411-Jan-2021International Online CourseWinter Courses On International Law Online The Hague Academy of International Law https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KVUsYABph7fZ--xriBJcgz7D6lnS8-RVhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=15TVDRZjagiqLT2wmIR4GIIaDrPzfM0Rkhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1BOs4gETlk17SiX-k-MD3A0pXdgDwx5PkThe Hague Academy of International Law is organizing an online winter course on International Law in 11-29 January 2021 with 9 law courses regarding International Law. Lecturers came from different universities and legal background, such as University of Leicester, University of Yaounde II, University of Edinburgh, University of Sydney Law School, Universite catholique de Louvain (Olivier DE SCHUTTER, a Former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food), the Principal Legal Officer and the Head of the Legislative Branch in the International Trade Law Division in UN Office of Legal Affairs, University of Melbourne, University of Uppsala, and Middlesex University London as well as Leiden University. Given that this is an online course, the number of the participants is unlimited as the academy would not held any selection for the participants.
This is a perfect international exposure as the program is held by a legal academy with International Law as its subject target and came in 9 courses. The program is also beneficial as it is conducted in an online method in the pandemic situation.

The 9 courses and its lecturers detail are inside the following link and other document:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wHT8Xz309XX_6qvH5QgJJtY2pehlnPh_/view?usp=sharing

For your consideration, I humbly give you my best gratitude.

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12/14/2020 15:18:41mutiararinaldi@mail.ugm.ac.id085772411953Mutiara Rinaldi 18/429263/HK/2171013-Dec-2020International Online CourseIntroduction to Environmental Law and Policy The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hojHaJX8dYMngceDp0g6xhnDZiEs0YvPhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1JK4XoQvDYGGO-ADLDAwvouC8e_08bjGbThe online course on Introduction to Environmental Law and Policy is arranged by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and taught by Professor Donald T. Hornstein. This course aims to give a deeper understanding on environmental law, specifically on the water law and endangered species. This course also provided the students with weekly quizzes to examine our understanding on the related topics.
https://www.coursera.org/learn/environmental-law/home/info
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12/17/2020 11:01:15aisha.jasmine.a@mail.ugm.ac.id081334212539Aisha Jasmine Azzahra17/411435/HK/212051-Feb-2021Online Exchange ProgramSpring Exchange ProgramLeiden Universityhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1HXnvl_WPvXbY9js-YaTENe5Wj9f_nfUJ, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Dw2zZYu9hCKQ_U8SFCOYxAOYkWKJ-MltVirtual exchange program in spring conducted by Leiden University started from February to August 2021. Student has chosen four courses, namely: Law and Culture, Understanding Imprisonment, Law and Governance in Asia and Law and AI. APPROVED
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12/20/2020 20:30:04adityasoekardjo@mail.ugm.ac.id08111648119ADITYA MAHIRANA SOEKARDJO19/444247/HK/220785-Nov-2021International Online Competition16th International Commercial Mediation CompetitionInternational Chamber of Commercehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1z8la1RlC8gTCi7PpI4vKhpIMe9xxZ01mhttps://2go.iccwbo.org/icc-international-commercial-mediation-competition.htmlAPPROVED
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12/28/2020 11:44:41rista.adelia@mail.ugm.ac.id0811286080Rista Adelia15/376858/HK/202466-Jan-2021International Online CourseWinter SchoolThe Hague Academy of International Lawhttps://www.hagueacademy.nl/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Online-Winter-Courses-PROGRAMME-2021.pdfAPPROVED
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2/1/2021 17:51:22hana.khairunisa@mail.ugm.ac.id081808410303Hana Khairunisa18/423040/HK/2143228-Dec-2020International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice Online CourseKalshoven-Gieskes Forum, Universiteit Leiden and Courserahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1vp9_ur57OhnqixEE4JXpZ2iEGHMxGzpXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1z4oil9gpOm6olJQhWPJs5TBfPUevmrj6https://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-law/home/info
“International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice” is the first MOOC of the Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum on International Humanitarian Law, which is the platform within the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden University for the research, teaching and dissemination of international humanitarian law (IHL).
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12/29/2020 18:50:12richard.akira@mail.ugm.ac.id085274868196Richard Akira Feliciano18/425483/HK/2157228-Dec-2020International Online CourseThe Future of Payment TechnologiesUniversity of Michiganhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ga_Ed01VSz4qhVg7k2Q7vzy5wM-AOrb5https://drive.google.com/open?id=1I06zrK_N5Oe9aJ64q_QAWqftK7XT1Qw-The course mainly talks about the new method of payments from consumer-to-business (C2B) and from consumer-to-consumer (C2C), and from business-to-business (B2B). In addition, it also talks about the weakness and strength for each method that applied in the society, mainly in developed countries. And lastly, the course also cover on digital wallets, Fintech, mobile payments, tokenization, mobile money, and the new payment infrastructure

Link:
https://www.coursera.org/learn/paytech
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12/30/2020 7:22:53febesarah@mail.ugm.ac.id087777139827Febe Sarah P18/423036/HK/2142829-Dec-2020International Online CourseCitizenship and the Rule of LawUniversity of Londonhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=159FJoo4cCj59k1rBc7rM5Wz7iyxvE-s0https://drive.google.com/open?id=10e4l3FIc9IFd9eRT6_WQVC8rRPYz3lDXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1wqxV4sVpV5KTi4oTGtcmCrAOpLTAkqXLThis course is run by the Bingham Centre of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law taking place over 6 weeks with approximately 3 hours of content each week. It introduces headline issues around the Rule of Law and tackles aspects of the Rule of Law in detail. The course also discusses how they are impacted by current events. The course consists of video lectures, recommended reading, discussion questions and activities to enable course takers to develop their own perspective on the Rule of Law.

Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/citizenship-rule-of-law/home/welcome
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1/3/2021 18:34:31fransiskus2017@mail.ugm.ac.id0811988344Fransiskus AWJ17/408434/HK/2110711-Jan-2021International Online CourseSuccessful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and SkillsCourse hosted by Coursera, materials and syllabus provided by University of Michiganhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/negotiation-skills

We all negotiate on a daily basis. On a personal level, we negotiate with friends, family, landlords, car sellers and employers, among others. Negotiation is also the key to business success. No business can survive without profitable contracts. Within a company, negotiation skills can lead to your career advancement.

I hope that you will join the hundreds of thousands of learners who have made “Successful Negotiation” one of the most popular and highly-rated MOOCs worldwide. In the course, you’ll learn about and practice the four steps to a successful negotiation:

(1) Prepare: Plan Your Negotiation Strategy

(2) Negotiate: Use Key Tactics for Success

(3) Close: Create a Contract

(4) Perform and Evaluate: The End Game
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1/3/2021 18:35:00tondy.siregar@mail.ugm.ac.id081226350090Muhammad Tondy Siregar17/408383/hk/2109511-Jan-2021International Online CourseCoursera Successful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and Skill by University of MichiganCoursera offered by University of MichiganOnline course regarding negotiation skill and strategy. https://www.coursera.org/learn/negotiation-skillsAPPROVED
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1/3/2021 18:36:44rainka.m@mail.ugm.ac.id082226861818Rainka Maghribi Sukmajati16/395982/HK/2087411-Jan-2021International Online CourseCoursera Successful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and Skill by University of MichiganCourse offered by the University of Michigan https://www.coursera.org/learn/negotiation-skillsAPPROVED
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1/4/2021 14:12:29brigiethrungo00@mail.ugm.ac.id082298961057Brigieth Rungo Rata18/429259/HK/217061-Nov-2021International Online Course2021 Online Winter Course on International LawThe Hague Academy of International Lawhttps://www.hagueacademy.nl/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Online-Winter-Courses-PROGRAMME-2021.pdf

https://www.hagueacademy.nl/programmes/winter-courses/2021-online-winter-courses/
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1/4/2021 14:19:31rakhajauzaa99@mail.ugm.ac.id081212621999Rakha Jauzaa Prasetya Kamil17/408390/HK/211025-Feb-2021International Online Competition16th ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition (2021)International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mzCoEm6Mjz9xKuAT2Kw6K5GjjP0I0YfQThe ICC Mediation Competition gathers 250+ students and coaches, as well as 100+ professional mediators and mediators trainers from all over the world and a number of volunteers, sponsors and observers.

During the Competition, student teams representing 48 universities from 39 countries will compete to resolve international business disputes through mediation, guided by professional mediators under the ICC Mediation Rules. Their performance is evaluated by some of the world’s leading dispute resolution specialists who participate in the Competition as judges.

link for the competition : https://2go.iccwbo.org/icc-international-commercial-mediation-competition.html
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1/4/2021 14:30:35raisapantouw@mail.ugm.ac.id087876260707Regina Maryke Maria Pantouw18/423056/HK/214485-Feb-2021International Online Competition16th ICC International Commercial MediationInternational Chamber of Commercehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=17IJ8IwbtKIbhA_ooniJV_c0kPhfi6J7lhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1oFzzZeW1ws6ohfoKEFT-Q7pcyL-feJd8, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vuQ0gYvOGSGGpLFaabiXDeTyG0H2UGeK, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uZdDoi3u-dRyZKRtWFAbEUUAYO31T9mo, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1YvJTs0bgxHyrGJtaftGKvENJufiv-8gHThe International Commercial Mediation Competition – Paris (ICMC Paris) is a body of the International Chamber of Commerce in which the competition focuses on international commercial mediation. The duration of the competition shall be held for 7 days and take place online due to the global pandemic.
https://2go.iccwbo.org/icc-international-commercial-mediation-competition.html
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1/4/2021 14:44:32raisapantouw@mail.ugm.ac.id087876204418Raisa Madeleine Pantouw20/457681/HK/223975-Feb-2021International Online Competition16th ICC International Commercial Mediation CompetitionInternational Chamber of Commercehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=18jNTNtxuWBdeg8KHc6umSnRcFEpLNp7bhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1y46ewBWqhxvjImZ0fySPGxojRnos9rYP, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1X-oGJXa43dja-4I6wOevlSrvMkb1jlPw, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yWVyYDHythiWPq33__sSZyIDlT9g7LY8The International Commercial Mediation Competition – Paris (ICMC Paris) is a body of the International Chamber of Commerce in which the competition focuses on international commercial mediation. The duration of the competition shall be held for 7 days and take place online due to the global pandemic.

https://2go.iccwbo.org/icc-international-commercial-mediation-competition.html
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1/4/2021 15:36:51rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id087888881338Ardhito Ananda Putra17/415878/HK/2140230-Oct-2020International Online CompetitionInternational Mediation Singapore (IMSG)Singapore International Mediation Institutehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZS5mHq81oMVWpyMQ9o11NLrWpZKoztwr, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LC8Li2Y5BNw9rmDmjrHG2mVdqdYwzqYD, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hhzJaRaIDSnl9SoyqslK-meb0B4D884_https://drive.google.com/open?id=18vPHJg6B2ghaZH2p6nIeVxGynfEnppQrhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1VJOINrZQyk3z6GjnlFn14yNblII7rudIIMSG is an international mediation competition held by SIMI in Singapore that focuses on practices of mediators and mediation advocates. This competition was held virtually on 30 October - 8 November 2020.
https://www.simi.org.sg/News/International-Mediation-Singapore/About-IMSG
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1/4/2021 15:37:04rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id081212621999Rakha Jauzaa Prasetya Kamil17/408390/HK/2110230-Oct-2020International Online CompetitionInternational Mediation Singapore (IMSG)Singapore International Mediation Institutehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1R7oUtb8Fe5sY83SzK0IYmlYRX-cFregj, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QS81HgY1mR4rt32ZsXMG6vt6HEpwRFfF, https://drive.google.com/open?id=15p_PVD0sHOCXHEHtwo0HJen1Vy07Obu5https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mTjjnfOdKE2DHDZixJbGRlPwVJxfkZ6ohttps://drive.google.com/open?id=16SNxbY8TZII0dtxcFsbjnpwCURvlxlU2IMSG is an international mediation competition held by SIMI in Singapore that focuses on practices of mediators and mediation advocates. This competition was held virtually on 30 October - 8 November 2020.
https://www.simi.org.sg/News/International-Mediation-Singapore/About-IMSG
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1/4/2021 15:37:30rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id081286989182Rafa Raasyidah19/438392/HK/2183530-Oct-2020International Online CompetitionInternational Mediation Singapore (IMSG)Singapore International Mediation Institutehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1oaaVw8K_vH6Ff1a9n-H3g65I4o2sAx8I, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Q0plBXs9A7ktZL1BGCqi62mBc_ULawgv, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1M23C6Fpw81gvHgBcp0-maxzSKAPEc7-thttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ixpzNKGrSccSd_rzBZ7UCLpGg7i0HHh9https://drive.google.com/open?id=1em6ilL2TQywSm4OyBctFV5VZLcPyfMN6IMSG is an international mediation competition held by SIMI in Singapore that focuses on practices of mediators and mediation advocates. This competition was held virtually on 30 October - 8 November 2020.
https://www.simi.org.sg/News/International-Mediation-Singapore/About-IMSG
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1/4/2021 16:55:04yosephinegrace@mail.ugm.ac.id081294966677Yosephine Grace A. S. 18/425486/HK/21575 4-Jan-2021International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and PracticeUniversiteit Leiden and Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum through CourseraLink: https://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-law#syllabus
“International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice” is the first MOOC of the Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum on International Humanitarian Law, which is the platform within the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden University for the research, teaching and dissemination of international humanitarian law (IHL).

In this course, Prof. Robert Heinsch, Dr. Giulia Pinzauti and Dr. Emma Irving will give you a deep insight into the rules that govern armed conflict, and aim to mitigate human suffering on the battlefield. You will explore the why and how of IHL, followed by the different types of conflict. In no time you will find out which rules apply to the civil war in Syria, the military intervention in Ukraine and the occupation of the West Bank. During this course, you will learn how hostilities should be waged: Which weapons can be used by combatants and other fighters? And, who should never be a target during military operations? We will also look into the concept of protected persons, and you will find out how IHL affords protection to the sick and wounded, medical personal, detainees, children, journalists and other persons who are not - or not anymore - fighting. At the end of this course, you are introduced to the different implementation and enforcement mechanisms that aim to increase respect for IHL. Here, you are invited to think critically whether IHL works!

Throughout this course you will benefit from a mix of theory and practice, which is at the heart of the vision and mandate of the Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum. You can participate for instance in an ongoing case study where drones are flying over the fictitious country Arfula, and detainees are locked up in tiny cells. Or, you can join our discussions about IHL success stories and the major IHL challenges we face today, with distinguished speakers from the International Committee of the Red Cross and US Naval War College!
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1/4/2021 16:56:13raishakamila00@mail.ugm.ac.id089513787546Raisha Kamila Yasmin18/429264/HK/2171112-Jul-2021International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and PracticeUniversiteit Leidenhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1w_vFbe3BzFiwh_ocYN8tgPUP1j-BAxNXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Eu_rOcI-Y7VkiOvAgSsrAkNPgvq_TYxwhttps://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/education/study-programmes/summer-schools/international-humanitarian-law-in-theory-and-practiceAPPROVED
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1/21/2021 22:11:58lidwinadanasmara@mail.ugm.ac.id081299074092Lidwina Danasmara18/423047/HK/214395-Jan-2021International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and PracticeUniversiteit Leiden and Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum through Courserahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Umsk1_WPM9KGfhqgmIqWN8WCkCnrUWlWInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice” is the first MOOC of the Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum on International Humanitarian Law, which is the platform within the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden University for the research, teaching and dissemination of international humanitarian law (IHL).

In this course, Prof. Robert Heinsch, Dr. Giulia Pinzauti and Dr. Emma Irving will give you a deep insight into the rules that govern armed conflict, and aim to mitigate human suffering on the battlefield. You will explore the why and how of IHL, followed by the different types of conflict. In no time you will find out which rules apply to the civil war in Syria, the military intervention in Ukraine and the occupation of the West Bank. During this course, you will learn how hostilities should be waged: Which weapons can be used by combatants and other fighters? And, who should never be a target during military operations? We will also look into the concept of protected persons, and you will find out how IHL affords protection to the sick and wounded, medical personal, detainees, children, journalists and other persons who are not - or not anymore - fighting. At the end of this course, you are introduced to the different implementation and enforcement mechanisms that aim to increase respect for IHL. Here, you are invited to think critically whether IHL works!

Throughout this course you will benefit from a mix of theory and practice, which is at the heart of the vision and mandate of the Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum. You can participate for instance in an ongoing case study where drones are flying over the fictitious country Arfula, and detainees are locked up in tiny cells. Or, you can join our discussions about IHL success stories and the major IHL challenges we face today, with distinguished speakers from the International Committee of the Red Cross and US Naval War College! This course is free to join and to participate in. There is the possibility to get a verified certificate for the course, which is a paid option. If you want a certificate, but are unable to pay for it, you can request financial aid via Coursera.

Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-law#instructors
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1/4/2021 18:05:36muhammadrizki00@mail.ugm.ac.id082253041471Muhammad Rizki Syaputra18/429262/HK/2170912-Jul-2021International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and PracticeUniversiteit Leidenhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1r0dXoYFssn7d_Gtvac8uxsP7H4QA41jIhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1fLBRhoJ4XJzlTSUhRvgf18NAF5FoY_gehttps://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/education/study-programmes/summer-schools/international-humanitarian-law-in-theory-and-practiceAPPROVED
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1/5/2021 1:35:10indyputri00@mail.ugm.ac.id089527620063Indy Putri Riyadi18/425468/HK/2155712-Jul-2021International Online CourseSummer School on International Humanitarian Law 2021Leiden University https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Yr5Cx5YwDKT3C-uAQ-hNDjMNVt5qCmthhttps://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/education/study-programmes/summer-schools/international-humanitarian-law-in-theory-and-practiceAPPROVED
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1/19/2021 21:38:23ksatriaarjuna00@mail.ugm.ac.id081212623082Ksatria Arjuna Putra Aarkansena18/425473/HK/2156211-Jan-2021International Online CoursePrivacy Law and Data Protection CourseUniversity of Pennsylvania and Courserahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1gigo-QhEMLC1OyVsijNNHI3ic0en_CgdLink : (https://www.coursera.org/learn/privacy-law-data-protection)
In this course, we’ll look at the practical aspects of navigating the complex landscape of privacy requirements. Better understanding privacy laws and data protection will enable you to protect your organization and the constituents that depend on your organization to safeguard their personal information.
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1/10/2021 12:59:43abdur.rafi.azaria@mail.ugm.ac.id081905026666Abdur Rafi Azaria18/429255/HK/2170211-Jan-2000International Online CoursePrivacy Law and Data ProtectionUniversity of Pennsylvaniahttps://www.coursera.org/learn/privacy-law-data-protectionAPPROVED
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1/12/2021 13:13:35ivangunarto@mail.ugm.ac.id081329991586Ivan Gunarto18/425470/HK/2155912-Jul-2021International Online CourseSummer School on International Humanitarian Law 2021Leiden University, The Netherlandshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZHydF_Ue_cgxTOk9jx1-MoZ-S11aC3PLhttps://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/education/study-programmes/summer-schools/international-humanitarian-law-in-theory-and-practiceAPPROVED
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1/12/2021 14:20:12adinda.persilka@mail.ugm.ac.id082152278776Adinda Persilka Chaerunisa 18/429257/HK/217041-Feb-2021Online Exchange Program2021 Spring Exchange ProgramLeiden UniversityVirtual exchange program organized by Leiden University. https://pdu.law.ugm.ac.id/2020/10/28/leiden-university-leiden-law-school-student-exchange-program-for-spring-2021/APPROVED
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1/12/2021 20:21:07faiqabiyyan@mail.ugm.ac.id081227362216Mohammad Faiq Abiyyan18/425476/HK/215657-Dec-2021International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian LawLeiden University, Faculty of Lawhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=17W579aBTFkqtVFg9KJUVbEbmg9mWSwHihttps://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/education/study-programmes/summer-schools/international-humanitarian-law-in-theory-and-practiceAPPROVED
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1/13/2021 18:32:18fajar.kamil@mail.ugm.ac.id08111175651Muhammad Fajar Ramadhan18/423048/HK/214406-Jun-2021International Online CompetitionInternational Criminal CourtLeiden Universityiccmoot.com

The International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition (ICC-MCC) is a prestigious competition that provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defense counsel, but also that of victims’ counsel.
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2/11/2021 20:36:03deboranatasia@mail.ugm.ac.id081232982515Debora Natasia Gunawan18/425461/HK/2155014-Jan-2021International Online CourseNegotiation, Mediation and Conflict Resolution Specialization : Negotiation FundamentalsEssec Business Schoolhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1CFU-B6JI9U_KfZfK8-5AHJ6-zbnDt5kghttps://www.coursera.org/specializations/negotiation-mediation-conflict-resolutionAPPROVED
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1/18/2021 12:30:09fajar.kamil@mail.ugm.ac.id081807000077Fitria Marsha Qitara Rajasa19/438381/HK/218246-Jun-2021International Online CompetitionInternational Criminal Court Moot Court CompetitionLeiden UniversityThe International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition (ICC-MCC) is a prestigious competition that provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defense counsel, but also that of victims’ counsel. The ICC-MCC is unique in its direct focus on International Criminal Court proceedings and international criminal law. This event was first held in 2007; and in 2021 the 14th edition of the event will be held online, from Den Haag, Netherlands.

iccmoot.com
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1/18/2021 12:35:27fajar.kamil@mail.ugm.ac.id08118282002Bondan Waskitajati Nugroho18/423030/HK/214226-Jun-2020International Online CompetitionInternational Criminal Court Moot Court CompetitionLeiden UniversityThe International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition (ICC-MCC) is a prestigious competition that provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defense counsel, but also that of victims’ counsel. The ICC-MCC is unique in its direct focus on International Criminal Court proceedings and international criminal law. This event was first held in 2007; and in 2021 the 14th edition of the event will be held online, from Den Haag, Netherlands.

iccmoot.com
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1/18/2021 12:38:50fajar.kamil@mail.ugm.ac.id081290911902Adjani Btari19/438372/HK/218156-Jun-2021International Online CompetitionInternational Criminal Court Moot Court CompetitionLeiden UniversityThe International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition (ICC-MCC) is a prestigious competition that provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defense counsel, but also that of victims’ counsel. The ICC-MCC is unique in its direct focus on International Criminal Court proceedings and international criminal law. This event was first held in 2007; and in 2021 the 14th edition of the event will be held online, from Den Haag, Netherlands.

iccmoot.com
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1/18/2021 12:59:53fajar.kamil@mail.ugm.ac.id081294945528Samiel Amadeus Hutapea19/444273/HK/221046-Jun-2021International Online CompetitionInternational Criminal Moot Court CompetitionLeiden UniversityThe International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition (ICC-MCC) is a prestigious competition that provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defense counsel, but also that of victims’ counsel. The ICC-MCC is unique in its direct focus on International Criminal Court proceedings and international criminal law. This event was first held in 2007; and in 2021 the 14th edition of the event will be held online, from Den Haag, Netherlands.

iccmoot.com
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2/5/2021 15:30:27almyra.l.k@mail.ugm.ac.id081325124754Almyra Luna Kamilla18/425456/HK/2154522-Jan-2021International Online CourseComparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination LawStanford University (Stanford Online) via EdXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1P_d_2syAvH3n1OyZxTfG-Hf1YQvL4ChVhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1VkoB1ixvdknP3AvSdFBZ8rqu3rZ-TuRGComparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law uses a problem-based approach to examine a global view of anti-discrimination law, comparing US, European, and other national, regional and international legal systems, including those of India, Brazil, and South Africa.

The course covers five topic modules: employment discrimination and harassment (race, sex, age, disability); marriage equality (race, same-sex); affirmative action (race, caste, origin)/gender parity; hate speech (race, sex, religion); and secularism and the rights of religious minorities.

Link:
https://www.edx.org/course/comparative-equality-and-anti-discrimination-law-3
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1/19/2021 23:18:45natashapitoy@mail.ugm.ac.id08111341801Natasha Pitoy18/425481/HK/2157019-Jan-2021International Online CourseCulture and Law: The East Asian Perspective (Online Course)Waseda University via EdX"Explore legal cultures in East Asia, Confucianism, apology, and Legal Orientalism."
"In this course, we will cover three themes. We will begin with identifying how Confucian moral and legal reasoning have evolved and the unique aspect of the role of apology in East Asia. The course also introduces the notion of Legal Orientalism and argues against the theory by presenting cases related to the advanced notion of anticipatory repudiation in China, a transfer pricing case in Japan, and Inter-Korea business law in Korea."

https://www.edx.org/course/culture-and-law-the-east-asian-perspective
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1/22/2021 17:04:00yosephinegrace@mail.ugm.ac.id081294966677Yosephine Grace A. S. 18/425486/HK/215756-Jan-2021International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice Universiteit Leiden and Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum https://drive.google.com/open?id=1S95A4XXZPuu2T3QakMj67DNrR7kpzEahhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZjT1BEjuijKUGmAuj4_ISXdQyvSCue5uLink: https://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-law#syllabus

In this course, Prof. Robert Heinsch, Dr. Giulia Pinzauti and Dr. Emma Irving will give you a deep insight into the rules that govern armed conflict, and aim to mitigate human suffering on the battlefield. You will explore the why and how of IHL, followed by the different types of conflict. In no time you will find out which rules apply to the civil war in Syria, the military intervention in Ukraine and the occupation of the West Bank. During this course, you will learn how hostilities should be waged: Which weapons can be used by combatants and other fighters? And, who should never be a target during military operations? We will also look into the concept of protected persons, and you will find out how IHL affords protection to the sick and wounded, medical personal, detainees, children, journalists and other persons who are not - or not anymore - fighting. At the end of this course, you are introduced to the different implementation and enforcement mechanisms that aim to increase respect for IHL. Here, you are invited to think critically whether IHL works!

Throughout this course you will benefit from a mix of theory and practice, which is at the heart of the vision and mandate of the Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum. You can participate for instance in an ongoing case study where drones are flying over the fictitious country Arfula, and detainees are locked up in tiny cells. Or, you can join our discussions about IHL success stories and the major IHL challenges we face today, with distinguished speakers from the International Committee of the Red Cross and US Naval War College! This course is free to join and to participate in. There is the possibility to get a verified certificate for the course, which is a paid option. If you want a certificate, but are unable to pay for it, you can request financial aid via Coursera.
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2/14/2021 9:03:22rafiifreynaldi@mail.ugm.ac.id087881923366Muhammad Rafiif Reynaldi18/425477/HK/2156622-Jan-2021International Online CourseIntellectual Property Law Specialization: Patent Law University of Pennsylvania / Coursera https://drive.google.com/open?id=1p1y5KJN7GmerpyY9m79XuSUKJ0JXcYzyhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/patents? APPROVED
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1/24/2021 17:13:35anisa.angelia@mail.ugm.ac.id081385869991Anisa A. Angelia18/423028/HK/2142025-Jan-2021International Online CourseFinTech Law and PolicyDuke University (Coursera)https://www.coursera.org/learn/fintechlawandpolicy

Being a successful FinTech firm requires more than just great technology; it also requires an understanding of the laws and regulations applicable to your business. This course will provide you with that understanding. You will learn about the critical legal, regulatory, and policy issues associated with cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings, online lending, new payments and wealth management technologies, and financial account aggregators. In addition, you will learn how regulatory agencies in the U.S. are continually adjusting to the emergence of new financial technologies and how one specific agency has proposed a path for FinTech firms to become regulated banks. You will also learn the basics of how banks are regulated in the U.S.

If you are unfamiliar with how these new financial technologies work, fear not. We will begin each new course section with a high-level overview of the underlying technology. While the course is principally focused on the U.S. FinTech industry, we cannot possibly cover every relevant legal and regulatory issue. Therefore, this course should not be construed as legal advice. Rather, the goal of the course is to familiarize you with the key legal and regulatory challenges FinTech firms in various sectors face, as well as the critical policy debates that are occurring in Washington D.C. and state capitals across the country.
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1/26/2021 14:33:17christinastephanie@mail.ugm.ac.id081932355334Christina Stephanie Tambunan18/423033/HK/2142526-Jan-2021International Online CourseInternet Giants: The Law and Economics of Media PlatformsUniversity of Chicago (Coursera)Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/internetgiants?#about
This seven-week course will explore the relationship between law and technology with a strong focus on the law of the United States with some comparisons to laws around the world, especially in Europe. Tech progress is an important source of economic growth and raises broader questions about the human condition, including how culture evolves and who controls that evolution. Technology also matters in countless other ways as it often establishes the framework in which governments interact with their citizens, both in allowing speech and blocking it and in establishing exactly what the boundaries are between private life and the government. And technology itself is powerfully shaped by the laws that apply in areas as diverse as copyright, antitrust, patents, privacy, speech law and the regulation of network
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1/26/2021 18:20:48fajar.kamil@mail.ugm.ac.id08111175651Muhammad Fajar Ramadhan18/423048/HK/214406-Jun-2021International Online CompetitionInternational Moot Court Competition 2021ICCMCC@Law.leidenuniv.nlhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1yOJ5qiTQQVahxVF9ltyXb_17zNa8p7IvInternational Criminal Court Moot Court Competition is an international competition for law students around the world. ICC-MCC provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defence counsel, but also that of victim’s counsel.

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https://www.ibanet.org/ICC_ICL_Programme/ICC-Moot-Court-Competition.aspx

https://twitter.com/iccmoot?lang=en

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Criminal_Court_Moot
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1/26/2021 18:23:39fajar.kamil@mail.ugm.ac.id081807000077Fitria Marsha Qitara Rajasa19/438381/HK/218246-Jun-2021International Online CompetitionInternational Moot Court Competition 2021Iccmcc@law.leidenuniv.nlhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1r8dJBmh3jWY0IE_RfUj0D0GSmXIk4uSVInternational Criminal Court Moot Court Competition is an international competition for law students around the world. ICC-MCC provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defence counsel, but also that of victim’s counsel.

link =
https://www.ibanet.org/ICC_ICL_Programme/ICC-Moot-Court-Competition.aspx

https://twitter.com/iccmoot?lang=en

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Criminal_Court_Moot
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1/26/2021 18:25:27fajar.kamil@mail.ugm.ac.id08118282002Bondan Waskitajati Nugroho18/423030/HK/214226-Jun-2021International Online CompetitionInternational Moot Court Competition 2021Iccmcc@law.leidenuniv.nlhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1kS2E5hMSLoUvHYxE2J5Exgtlmru79b2XInternational Criminal Court Moot Court Competition is an international competition for law students around the world. ICC-MCC provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defence counsel, but also that of victim’s counsel.

link =
https://www.ibanet.org/ICC_ICL_Programme/ICC-Moot-Court-Competition.aspx

https://twitter.com/iccmoot?lang=en

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Criminal_Court_Moot
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1/26/2021 18:27:08fajar.kamil@mail.ugm.ac.id081294945528Samiel Amadeus Hutapea19/444273/HK/221046-Jun-2021International Online CompetitionInternational Moot Court Competition 2021Iccmcc@law.leidenuniv.nlhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=19JXonM6lJsX_kY8BybQggDNIi2FGElVnInternational Criminal Court Moot Court Competition is an international competition for law students around the world. ICC-MCC provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defence counsel, but also that of victim’s counsel.

link =
https://www.ibanet.org/ICC_ICL_Programme/ICC-Moot-Court-Competition.aspx

https://twitter.com/iccmoot?lang=en

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Criminal_Court_Moot
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1/26/2021 18:28:21fajar.kamil@mail.ugm.ac.id081290911902Adjani Btari19/438372/HK/218156-Jun-2021International Online CompetitionInternational Moot Court Competition 2021Iccmcc@law.leidenuniv.nlhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1oB3ORv1o-MqmLy0Bm8DQe-cgpGRZ8Vk3International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition is an international competition for law students around the world. ICC-MCC provides a wide scope of advocacy in allowing law students not only to take on the role of prosecutor or defence counsel, but also that of victim’s counsel.

link =
https://www.ibanet.org/ICC_ICL_Programme/ICC-Moot-Court-Competition.aspx

https://twitter.com/iccmoot?lang=en

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Criminal_Court_Moot
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1/27/2021 17:25:58muhammad.zaki.pohan@mail.ugm.ac.id087809062000Muhammad Zaki Pohan18/425478/HK/2156721-Jan-2021International Online CourseContract Law: From Trust to Promise to ContractHarvard University via EdXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1qt9OTo5DTsZKftt7_p5qIHdhAG7Avx0Qhttps://www.edx.org/course/contract-law-from-trust-to-promise-to-contract
https://online-learning.harvard.edu/course/contractsx-trust-promise-contract
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1/27/2021 16:42:33daffafauzan@mail.ugm.ac.id081295496535Daffa Muhammad Fauzan Sulistio18/425460/HK/2154913-Jan-2021International Online CourseContract Law: From Trust to Promise to ContractHarvard University via edXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1kpVV9z4Iz6xLG-DRCAoXz6rn2ky2-fEa, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rhfq0tA6WQtR3APSbnbZPOvsYWu0qgZxhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=174VoYUIK7j3QElu98B_cl9sG4i9QUbPqhttps://online-learning.harvard.edu/course/contractsx-trust-promise-contract?delta=4

Learn about contracts from Harvard Law Professor Charles Fried, one of the world’s leading authorities on contract law. Contracts are promises that the law will enforce. But when will the law refuse to honor a promise? What happens when one party does not hold to their part of the deal? This version of the course adds new units on Interpretation, Agency, Partnerships, Corporations, and Government Regulation

We are exposed to contracts in all areas of our life — agreeing to terms when downloading a new computer program, hiring a contractor to repair a leaking roof, and even ordering a meal at a restaurant. Knowing the principles of contracts is not just a skill needed by lawyers, it illuminates for everyone a crucial institution that we use all the time and generally take for granted.

This contract law course, with new materials and updated case examples, is designed to introduce the range of issues that arise when entering and enforcing contracts. It will provide an introduction to what a contract is and also analyze the purpose and significance of contracts. Then, it will discuss the intent to create legal relations, legality and morality, and the distinction between gifts and bargains. The course also investigates common pitfalls: one-sided promises, mistake, fraud, and frustration. With the knowledge of what makes contracts and how they can go wrong, Professor Fried will discuss remedies and specific performance. Finally, Professor Fried will introduce how contracts can create rights for third parties.

The course’s instructor, Charles Fried, has been teaching at Harvard Law School for more than 50 years and has written extensively on contracts. Not only is Professor Fried a leading authority on contract law, but he also utilizes a story-telling approach to explaining the topic, which creates a unique and interesting class experience.
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1/30/2021 20:43:40stephaniekristina@mail.ugm.ac.id085155434742Stephanie Kristina Susanto 19/438395/HK/218386-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionThe Brown Mosten International Client Consultation CompetitionThe Brown Mosten ICCC Organizationhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1p_OeLpkUdET9HIEMq6HPlEHx8PXW2Tlk, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Rv9EIfuKaC_z1vr0y1uJiryN3rW9_B5B, https://drive.google.com/open?id=19WOruePk3idlhk3GsMBHpr26iFKv7N5tThe Brown Mosten International Client Consultation Competition is an annual competition for the winners of national competitions across the world. It provides an exciting opportunity for law students to learn and practice interviewing and counselling skills as well as to meet young (and not so young) lawyers from an amazing range of nations and cultures. Over the last ten years, law students from 33 countries have taken part: Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, England and Wales, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Irish Republic, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Scotland, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States.

The competition is run on a not-for-profit basis by an international committee of academics and practitioners. Each year has a different law subject around which the consultations take place. The winners’ names are inscribed on the competition trophy. The winners also receive prizes donated by the International Bar Association.

A Client Counselling Competition for law students was first established in 1969 by Louis M Brown. It was adopted by The American Bar Association in 1972 and the International Competition was inaugurated in 1985. The International Competition was named after Louis M Brown in 1993 in recognition of the inspiration he provided as originator of the competition. In May 2010, the competition's name was subtly changed from "client counselling" to "client consultation". It was felt that "consultation" reflects better the activity as opposed to the words interviewing, advising or counselling. The name of the Californian lawyer Forrest S. Mosten was also added to the title of the competition. This is in recognition of Woody Mosten's immense contribution to the growth and development of the competition. Woody has been the president of the competition for over 25 years.

Link to Website : https://www.brownmosten.com
Link to Facebook : https://web.facebook.com/internationalclientconsultationcompetition/?_rdc=1&_rdr
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1/30/2021 20:48:36stephaniekristina@mail.ugm.ac.id085219437628Muhammad Yuan Fenly19/438388/HK/218316-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionThe Brown Mosten International Client Consultation CompetitionThe Brown Mosten ICCC Organizationhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1GFPdC9KWexV3M4wKVBlu5mm1bk5nmQfe, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kyKdYsuymzhTiDolMuhyBvI05VeRWQpE, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1JBCZSfv0cXmOeSRY9YnleAeuSdrwzTerThe Brown Mosten International Client Consultation Competition is an annual competition for the winners of national competitions across the world. It provides an exciting opportunity for law students to learn and practice interviewing and counselling skills as well as to meet young (and not so young) lawyers from an amazing range of nations and cultures. Over the last ten years, law students from 33 countries have taken part: Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, England and Wales, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Irish Republic, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Scotland, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States.

The competition is run on a not-for-profit basis by an international committee of academics and practitioners. Each year has a different law subject around which the consultations take place. The winners’ names are inscribed on the competition trophy. The winners also receive prizes donated by the International Bar Association.

A Client Counselling Competition for law students was first established in 1969 by Louis M Brown. It was adopted by The American Bar Association in 1972 and the International Competition was inaugurated in 1985. The International Competition was named after Louis M Brown in 1993 in recognition of the inspiration he provided as originator of the competition. In May 2010, the competition's name was subtly changed from "client counselling" to "client consultation". It was felt that "consultation" reflects better the activity as opposed to the words interviewing, advising or counselling. The name of the Californian lawyer Forrest S. Mosten was also added to the title of the competition. This is in recognition of Woody Mosten's immense contribution to the growth and development of the competition. Woody has been the president of the competition for over 25 years.

Link to Website : https://www.brownmosten.com
Link to Facebook : https://web.facebook.com/internationalclientconsultationcompetition/?_rdc=1&_rdr
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1/30/2021 20:48:55stephaniekristina@mail.ugm.ac.id085155434742Stephanie Kristina Susanto 19/438395/HK/218386-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionThe Brown Mosten International Client Consultation CompetitionThe Brown Mosten ICCC Organizationhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Owiy-kp_8Jx8P9QRBUTfdg9j0K9BhmSc, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UqwLbk-PenyTuqhfShl3PqG7ClowE0o7, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Tzy9fjTQNH8iJUIRPxLdUpnMTGc_huPCThe Brown Mosten International Client Consultation Competition is an annual competition for the winners of national competitions across the world. It provides an exciting opportunity for law students to learn and practice interviewing and counselling skills as well as to meet young (and not so young) lawyers from an amazing range of nations and cultures. Over the last ten years, law students from 33 countries have taken part: Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, England and Wales, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Irish Republic, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Scotland, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States.

The competition is run on a not-for-profit basis by an international committee of academics and practitioners. Each year has a different law subject around which the consultations take place. The winners’ names are inscribed on the competition trophy. The winners also receive prizes donated by the International Bar Association.

A Client Counselling Competition for law students was first established in 1969 by Louis M Brown. It was adopted by The American Bar Association in 1972 and the International Competition was inaugurated in 1985. The International Competition was named after Louis M Brown in 1993 in recognition of the inspiration he provided as originator of the competition. In May 2010, the competition's name was subtly changed from "client counselling" to "client consultation". It was felt that "consultation" reflects better the activity as opposed to the words interviewing, advising or counselling. The name of the Californian lawyer Forrest S. Mosten was also added to the title of the competition. This is in recognition of Woody Mosten's immense contribution to the growth and development of the competition. Woody has been the president of the competition for over 25 years.

Link to Website : https://www.brownmosten.com
Link to Facebook : https://web.facebook.com/internationalclientconsultationcompetition/?_rdc=1&_rdr
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1/30/2021 20:49:34stephaniekristina@mail.ugm.ac.id085155434742Stephanie Kristina Susanto 19/438395/HK/218386-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionThe Brown Mosten International Client Consultation CompetitionThe Brown Mosten ICCC Organizationhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1hMtdN7lAm7Swip_wGzXiUo3tu4PP1wjs, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1DcgUyEMaL9YzSUd9yJOQHogfjLFGK8ee, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1M-XB31W1jp72t70dQ54U6iZQXIH3lmFHThe Brown Mosten International Client Consultation Competition is an annual competition for the winners of national competitions across the world. It provides an exciting opportunity for law students to learn and practice interviewing and counselling skills as well as to meet young (and not so young) lawyers from an amazing range of nations and cultures. Over the last ten years, law students from 33 countries have taken part: Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, England and Wales, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Irish Republic, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Scotland, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States.

The competition is run on a not-for-profit basis by an international committee of academics and practitioners. Each year has a different law subject around which the consultations take place. The winners’ names are inscribed on the competition trophy. The winners also receive prizes donated by the International Bar Association.

A Client Counselling Competition for law students was first established in 1969 by Louis M Brown. It was adopted by The American Bar Association in 1972 and the International Competition was inaugurated in 1985. The International Competition was named after Louis M Brown in 1993 in recognition of the inspiration he provided as originator of the competition. In May 2010, the competition's name was subtly changed from "client counselling" to "client consultation". It was felt that "consultation" reflects better the activity as opposed to the words interviewing, advising or counselling. The name of the Californian lawyer Forrest S. Mosten was also added to the title of the competition. This is in recognition of Woody Mosten's immense contribution to the growth and development of the competition. Woody has been the president of the competition for over 25 years.

Link to Website : https://www.brownmosten.com
Link to Facebook : https://web.facebook.com/internationalclientconsultationcompetition/?_rdc=1&_rdr
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1/30/2021 20:49:47stephaniekristina@mail.ugm.ac.id085155434742Stephanie Kristina Susanto 19/438395/HK/218386-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionThe Brown Mosten International Client Consultation CompetitionThe Brown Mosten ICCC Organizationhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1BO5EB9B7NXhPUiK4wQ9hA4w0KqSchXk6, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XJ5qCj56bO5kRQ7KJRVvsIAMbr6krY_Z, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1awi2RwTZCboOMNHBftmHUshdvLwMXgRfThe Brown Mosten International Client Consultation Competition is an annual competition for the winners of national competitions across the world. It provides an exciting opportunity for law students to learn and practice interviewing and counselling skills as well as to meet young (and not so young) lawyers from an amazing range of nations and cultures. Over the last ten years, law students from 33 countries have taken part: Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, England and Wales, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Irish Republic, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Scotland, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States.

The competition is run on a not-for-profit basis by an international committee of academics and practitioners. Each year has a different law subject around which the consultations take place. The winners’ names are inscribed on the competition trophy. The winners also receive prizes donated by the International Bar Association.

A Client Counselling Competition for law students was first established in 1969 by Louis M Brown. It was adopted by The American Bar Association in 1972 and the International Competition was inaugurated in 1985. The International Competition was named after Louis M Brown in 1993 in recognition of the inspiration he provided as originator of the competition. In May 2010, the competition's name was subtly changed from "client counselling" to "client consultation". It was felt that "consultation" reflects better the activity as opposed to the words interviewing, advising or counselling. The name of the Californian lawyer Forrest S. Mosten was also added to the title of the competition. This is in recognition of Woody Mosten's immense contribution to the growth and development of the competition. Woody has been the president of the competition for over 25 years.

Link to Website : https://www.brownmosten.com
Link to Facebook : https://web.facebook.com/internationalclientconsultationcompetition/?_rdc=1&_rdr
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2/1/2021 17:49:43hana.khairunisa@mail.ugm.ac.id081808410303Hana Khairunisa18/423040/HK/2143228-Dec-2020International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice Online CourseKalshoven-Gieskes Forum, Universiteit Leiden and Courserahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1eDcIO-9kCQ3YhS6lx2Nxf4zEYSzAcU74https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yXCm_WR9zjMlQTWDYeAopKu8v0JUA3g_https://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-law/home/info
“International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice” is the first MOOC of the Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum on International Humanitarian Law, which is the platform within the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden University for the research, teaching and dissemination of international humanitarian law (IHL).
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2/2/2021 12:20:06ndieniyyah@mail.ugm.ac.id081212478019Nabillah Dieniyyah19/444267/HK/2209812-Feb-2021International Online CourseInternational Humanitarian Law in Theory and PracticeUniversiteit Leiden and Kalshoven-Gieskes Forumhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-law#about

“International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice” is the first MOOC of the Kalshoven-Gieskes Forum on International Humanitarian Law, which is the platform within the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden University for the research, teaching and dissemination of international humanitarian law (IHL).
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2/8/2021 15:05:18christinastephanie@mail.ugm.ac.id081932355334Christina Stephanie Tambunan18/423033/HK/214257-Feb-2021International Online CourseInternet Giants: The Law and Economics of Media PlatformsCoursera - University of Chicagohttps://drive.google.com/open?id=11-rOYph9glY_ab6APAzDjKMXcOi-04dvhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Wvv_3EqzpHHEfNlxyHdXlr9LFnDjD9lwThis seven-week course will explore the relationship between law and technology with a strong focus on the law of the United States with some comparisons to laws around the world, especially in Europe. Tech progress is an important source of economic growth and raises broader questions about the human condition, including how culture evolves and who controls that evolution. Technology also matters in countless other ways as it often establishes the framework in which governments interact with their citizens, both in allowing speech and blocking it and in establishing exactly what the boundaries are between private life and the government. And technology itself is powerfully shaped by the laws that apply in areas as diverse as copyright, antitrust, patents, privacy, speech law and the regulation of networks.

The course will explore seven topics:

1. Microsoft: The Desktop vs. The Internet. We will start with a look at the technology path that led to the first personal computer in early 1975, the Altair 8800. That path starts with the vacuum tube, moves to transistors, then to integrated circuits and finally to the microprocessor. We will look at the early days of software on the personal computer and the competition between selling software and open-source approaches as well as the problem of software piracy. We will discus the public good nature of software. The 1981 launch of the IBM PC revolutionized the personal computer market and started the path to Microsoft's powerful position and eventual monopoly in that market with the selection of MS-DOS. We then turn to four antitrust cases against Microsoft: (1) the 1994 U.S. case relating to MS-DOS licensing practices; (2) the U.S. antitrust middleware case over Microsoft’s response to Netscape Navigator; (3) the European Union case regarding Windows Media Player; and (4) the EU browser case over Internet Explorer. These disputes arose at the point of maximal competition between the free-standing personal computer and the Internet world that would come after it and we may know enough now to assess how these cases influenced that competition.

2. Google Emerges (and the World Responds). Google has emerged as one of the dominant platforms of the Internet era and that has led to corresponding scrutiny by regulators throughout the world. Decisions that Google makes about its algorithm can be life altering. Individuals are finding it more difficult to put away past mistakes, as Google never forgets, and businesses can find that their sales plummet if Google moves them from the first page of search results to a later page. With great power comes scrutiny and we will look at how government regulators have evaluated how Google has exercised its power. Both the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the European Union have undertaken substantial investigations of Google’s practices and we will look at both of those.

3. Smartphones. The Internet started on the desktop but the Internet is increasingly mobile and people are seemingly tethered to their smartphones and tablets. And we have seen an interesting shift in that market away from Nokia handsets and the Blackberry to Apple's iPhone and its iOS platform and to the Android platform. The legal infrastructure of smartphones and tablets is extraordinarily complex. We will start by looking at U.S. spectrum policy and the effort to free up 500 megahertz of spectrum. We will look at the activities of standard setting organizations, including the IEEE and the creation of the 802.11 standard and Wi-Fi (or, if you prefer, wifi), the creation of patent pools and the regulation of standard essential patents. We will look at the FTC action against Google/Motorola Mobility and Apple's lawsuit against Samsung over utility and design patents relating to the iPhone. Finally, we will take a brief look at the European Commission's investigation into the Android platform.

4. Nondiscrimination and Network Neutrality. Facebook has more than 1 billion users and measure that against a world population of roughly 7 billion and a total number of Internet users of roughly 2.5 billion. A course on law and technology simply has to grapple with the basic framework for regulating the Internet and a key idea there is the notion of network neutrality. Nondiscrimination obligations are frequent in regulated network industries, but at the same, discrimination can be an important tool of design for communication networks. We will start our look at the Internet by looking at the great first communications network of the United States, the post office and will look in particular at the Post Office Act of 1845. We will then move to modern times and will consider efforts by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to produce sensible and sustainable nondiscrimination conditions for the Internet and will touch briefly on comparisons from around the world.

5. The Day the Music Died? In many ways, the Internet came first to music with the rise of peer-to-peer (p2p) music sharing through Napster and its successors. We start with a look into music platform history and the devices that brought recorded music into the home: the phonograph and the player piano. We turn to radio and the legal regime that puts music on the airwaves, the performing rights organizations like ASCAP and BMI. We look at the antitrust issues associated with the blanket license. We consider a failed music platform, digital audio tape, and the complicated legal regime associated with it, the Audio Home Recording Act of 1992. We will consider the copyright issues raised by the creation and distribution of music and the litigation over the p2p technologies such as Napster and Grokster. The music industry responded to p2p technology by adding digital rights management tools to CDs. As music distribution switched from physical media to digital distribution, we entered the world of Apple and the iPod and iTunes. We consider the DRM issues associated with Apple's music platform as seen by Steve Jobs. We conclude by looking at emerging subscription services like Spotify and the service that Apple is building based on its purchase of Beats.

6. Video: Listening and Watching. Images are some of the most powerful ways in which ideas and speech are communicated and video has long been regulated by the state. That starts as a communications law issue with government regulation of the radio spectrum, but also leads to the design of the television system with the assignment of channels and eventually the definition of digital television. And with the emergence first of cable TV and subsequently the VCR critical copyright roadblocks had to be overcome for new distribution technologies to emerge. We will consider the legal engineering that led to the DVD platform, which was an exercise in patent pools and trademark creation. We will sort through the creation of the digital TV platform and will also look at the copyright underpinnings for Netflix. And we will consider the question of technology neutrality in the content of the copyright fight over a new video distribution entrant, Aereo. Finally, we close the week with a brief look at the incentive spectrum auctions and the possible end of broadcast television.

7. The Mediated Book. Gutenberg revolutionized books with his printing press and for academics, books are sacred objects. But the printed book is on the run and with the rise of the ebook, we are entering a new era, the era of the mediated book. This is more than just a change in technology. We will look at the issues created by the rise of the ebook, issues about control over content and licensing and of the privacy of thought itself. We will also look at the legal skirmishes over this space, including the copyright fair use litigation over Google Books, the Apple e-book antitrust case. And we will look at the Amazon Kindle platform.
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2/8/2021 16:12:42theodore.aristo@mail.ugm.ac.id081211157698Theodore Aristo Winata Simamora18/425484/HK/215738-Feb-2021International Online CourseContract Law : From Promise to ContractHarvardXhttps://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:Harvardx+HLS2X+3T2020/course/APPROVED
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2/8/2021 18:19:26theodore.aristo@mail.ugm.ac.id081211157698Theodore Aristo Winata Simamora18/425484/HK/215738-Jan-2021International Online CourseContract Law : From Trust to Promise to ContractHarvard University vie edXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1wKg1JZAWtm7IMVMFE_bDf7e7EXjkbcOWhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1dvZnpAEhE6O5R3iXbQqh8EfqDJAogfyX"https://online-learning.harvard.edu/course/contractsx-trust-promise-contract?delta=4

Learn about contracts from Harvard Law Professor Charles Fried, one of the world’s leading authorities on contract law. Contracts are promises that the law will enforce. But when will the law refuse to honor a promise? What happens when one party does not hold to their part of the deal? This version of the course adds new units on Interpretation, Agency, Partnerships, Corporations, and Government Regulation

We are exposed to contracts in all areas of our life — agreeing to terms when downloading a new computer program, hiring a contractor to repair a leaking roof, and even ordering a meal at a restaurant. Knowing the principles of contracts is not just a skill needed by lawyers, it illuminates for everyone a crucial institution that we use all the time and generally take for granted.

This contract law course, with new materials and updated case examples, is designed to introduce the range of issues that arise when entering and enforcing contracts. It will provide an introduction to what a contract is and also analyze the purpose and significance of contracts. Then, it will discuss the intent to create legal relations, legality and morality, and the distinction between gifts and bargains. The course also investigates common pitfalls: one-sided promises, mistake, fraud, and frustration. With the knowledge of what makes contracts and how they can go wrong, Professor Fried will discuss remedies and specific performance. Finally, Professor Fried will introduce how contracts can create rights for third parties.

The course’s instructor, Charles Fried, has been teaching at Harvard Law School for more than 50 years and has written extensively on contracts. Not only is Professor Fried a leading authority on contract law, but he also utilizes a story-telling approach to explaining the topic, which creates a unique and interesting class experience."
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2/15/2021 19:02:23faustinodaven@mail.ugm.ac.id081232500101DAVEN FAUSTINO SALIM19/444255/HK/2208612-Oct-2020International Online CompetitionALSA INTERNATIONAL MEDIATION COMPETITIONALSA INTERNATIONALhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1iUYL_T4-mSYCX5Mxd_WydSeFBkT_vjL6https://drive.google.com/open?id=1tQljmQ-sgENR1fT4nKYzndRL1sBaq4Xhhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1fSwfvFIjMM0OUCEELhVuFBy-VQkvEdfWAIMC is an educational event that seeks to encourage the effective use of mediation and the open exchange of ideas, experience, and know-how between students from different countries, cultures, generations, and backgrounds. Appreciation and respect for cultural diversity should be shown by all participants.The focus of the Competition is to effectively combine the use of the Mediator and collaborative problem-solving skills to successfully present the Parties’ interests and progress towards resolution. It is ALSA Malaysia’s hope that the Competition will encourage the teaching and learning of an effective use of mediation. ALSA wishes to empower tomorrow’s business people and legal practitioners to better meet the dispute resolution needs of an increasingly cross-cultural and global market.APPROVED
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2/15/2021 19:05:50faustinodaven@mail.ugm.ac.id081232500101DAVEN FAUSTINO SALIM19/444255/HK/2208623-Dec-2020International Online ConferenceCOVID-19 ASIAN MEDIATION FORUMASIAN INSTITUTE OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (AIADR)https://drive.google.com/open?id=12Hx1jccnfLO0lvuvFZuDvg2AbfJr_v2tInternational conference about mediation during COVID-19 pandemic. The conference speaks about how online mediation works, introduction to AIADR rule, and also virtual demonstration of remote mediation. REJECTED
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2/15/2021 19:08:39faustinodaven@mail.ugm.ac.id081232500101DAVEN FAUSTINO SALIM19/444255/HK/220866-Nov-2020International Online CourseSIAC South Asia Academy 2020: The Making of an Advocate and an ArbitratorSingapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kDyQFkEoBGL2Wd7RiAKxZ1_eG1OWD_Y9SIAC academy held an online lecture and face-to-face training about advocacy skills and arbitration. The faculty comprises of notable practitioners, such as Mr. Francis Xavier, Mr. Bernard Hanotiau, and many others.REJECTED
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2/18/2021 21:35:08daffafauzan@mail.ugm.ac.id081295496535Daffa Muhammad Fauzan Sulistio18/425460/HK/2154913-Jan-2021International Online CourseContract Law: From Trust To Promise To ContractHarvard Law School via edXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=15qic7sjEmxrMuWnk7eCKP9DqPvsI9Zrk, https://drive.google.com/open?id=15FUP4u7w7qErGi5U8ZsOq-EYxnv6cjNIhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1RUFDiBxYCLkLVO1hoHvsv9Zohb-dMjDQhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1NMey7Pbna3zCk-DsangbPWDxV-E5-JDrhttps://online-learning.harvard.edu/course/contractsx-trust-promise-contract?delta=4

Learn about contracts from Harvard Law Professor Charles Fried, one of the world’s leading authorities on contract law. Contracts are promises that the law will enforce. But when will the law refuse to honor a promise? What happens when one party does not hold to their part of the deal? This version of the course adds new units on Interpretation, Agency, Partnerships, Corporations, and Government Regulation

We are exposed to contracts in all areas of our life — agreeing to terms when downloading a new computer program, hiring a contractor to repair a leaking roof, and even ordering a meal at a restaurant. Knowing the principles of contracts is not just a skill needed by lawyers, it illuminates for everyone a crucial institution that we use all the time and generally take for granted.

This contract law course, with new materials and updated case examples, is designed to introduce the range of issues that arise when entering and enforcing contracts. It will provide an introduction to what a contract is and also analyze the purpose and significance of contracts. Then, it will discuss the intent to create legal relations, legality and morality, and the distinction between gifts and bargains. The course also investigates common pitfalls: one-sided promises, mistake, fraud, and frustration. With the knowledge of what makes contracts and how they can go wrong, Professor Fried will discuss remedies and specific performance. Finally, Professor Fried will introduce how contracts can create rights for third parties.

The course’s instructor, Charles Fried, has been teaching at Harvard Law School for more than 50 years and has written extensively on contracts. Not only is Professor Fried a leading authority on contract law, but he also utilizes a story-telling approach to explaining the topic, which creates a unique and interesting class experience.
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2/19/2021 20:39:25abdur.rafi.azaria@mail.ugm.ac.id081905026666Abdur Rafi Azaria18/429255/HK.2170211-Jan-2021International Online CoursePrivacy Law and Data ProtectionUniversity of Pennsylvaniahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1HeenR7r0fXAU9wEfkbU4YisGBeDMEX3Vhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/privacy-law-data-protectionAPPROVED
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3/3/2021 10:51:46daniel.n@mail.ugm.ac.id081329265040Daniel Nugroho Wijaya16/397598/HK/2092015-Feb-2021International Online CourseRule of Law and Democracy in Europe through online courseKU LeuvenX Universityhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1m22ShXtyxSsn90F0OzPQJug-SDK-blHFhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Cp-wwRepLrhRWg3v-5hkoxjfbmAo7im6https://drive.google.com/open?id=161xYdo_uT4tXW27-e2fAws1GpcD77F4ahttps://learning.edx.org/course/course-v1:KULeuvenX+RECONNECTx+1T2021/home#block-v1:KULeuvenX+RECONNECTx+1T2021+type@chapter+block@2d2b8f8b81f44d05ae89f946dd2c69efAPPROVED
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3/10/2021 15:29:46adityasoekardjo@mail.ugm.ac.id08111648119ADITYA MAHIRANA SOEKARDJO19/444247/HK/220785-Feb-2021International Online Competition16th International Commercial Mediation CompetitionInternational Chamber of Commerce https://drive.google.com/open?id=1BW90yW9raV4Wr6H2X2e8sBsyWQppCH9Jhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=18AcI1CY6fPK3kY-a1z7c9XgDUSTPKTGdhttps://iccwbo.org/dispute-resolution-services/professional-development/international-commercial-mediation-competition/#:~:text=The%20ICC%20International%20Commercial%20Mediation,mediation%20sessions%20throughout%20the%20week. APPROVED
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3/10/2021 19:54:37rakhajauzaa99@mail.ugm.ac.id081212621999Rakha Jauzaa Prasetya Kamil17/408390/HK/211025-Feb-2021International Online Competition16th ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition (2021)International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)https://drive.google.com/open?id=17QzLhvfOIC_1RUs_7-XEPputqrtyH9lkhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1cikcd924U4v0nEJVH4LWJsSqLvzPOJ0MThe ICC Mediation Competition gathers 250+ students and coaches, as well as 100+ professional mediators and mediators trainers from all over the world and a number of volunteers, sponsors and observers.

During the Competition, student teams representing 48 universities from 39 countries will compete to resolve international business disputes through mediation, guided by professional mediators under the ICC Mediation Rules. Their performance is evaluated by some of the world’s leading dispute resolution specialists who participate in the Competition as judges.

link for the competition : https://2go.iccwbo.org/icc-international-commercial-mediation-competition.html
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3/17/2021 21:18:54rainka.m@mail.ugm.ac.id082226861818RAINKA MAGHRIBI SUKMAJATI16/395982/HK/2087411-Jan-2021International Online CourseSuccessful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and SkillsCoursera, University of Michiganhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1vzoOeeeIl1Dqv-k-GfS13q89MGpq-_pEhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/negotiation-skillsAPPROVED
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3/18/2021 19:10:03tondy.siregar@mail.ugm.ac.id081226350090Muhammad Tondy Siregar17/408383/HK/2109511-Jan-2021International Online CourseCoursera Successful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and Skill by University of MichiganCoursera offered by University of Michiganhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1OsAda6t1Jca53VAclrs86Rz-_SagxtlFOnline course regarding negotiation skill and strategy. https://www.coursera.org/learn/negotiation-skillsAPPROVED
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3/19/2021 15:40:25fransiskus2017@mail.ugm.ac.id0811988344Fransiskus AWJ17/408434/HK/2110711-Jan-2021International Online CourseSuccessful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and SkillsCourse hosted by Coursera, materials and syllabus provided by University of Michiganhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1TuU6aH8g0-Yc32f_MURg8RSzKnjkhHsnhttps://www.coursera.org/learn/negotiation-skillsAPPROVED
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4/4/2021 20:41:59rista.adelia@mail.ugm.ac.id0811286080RISTA ADELIA15/376858/HK/2024611-Jan-2021International Online CourseWinter SchoolThe Hague Academy of International Lawhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1z1tmwbLDSxgPRM3yw53tfYkTv9SagOs-https://www.hagueacademy.nl/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Online-Winter-Courses-PROGRAMME-2021.pdfAPPROVED
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4/15/2021 9:18:39rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id082122449987Anis Muhammad Afla17/408369/HK/2108110-Jul-2021International Online CompetitionIBA-VIAC CDRC Vienna Mediation and Negotiation Competition 2021 (CDRC Vienna)International Bar Association (IBA) and Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xDCjKIgdsGvBPHITyWnuQJkLqS_6z36c, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QtuzZO6UXhHI39bMO9Ob9AvRyoQ8Syx1https://drive.google.com/open?id=143nIdvX8yZSA7UOyNF0hDWydfOKA_D21The CDRC Vienna - The IBA-VIAC Mediation and Negotiation Consensual Dispute Resolution Competition is more than just any other moot court. Established in 2015 in cooperation with the international bar association(IBA) and the Vienna international arbitral centre (VIAC), this event brings together negotiation and mediation enthusiasts from different countries and walks of life to engage with one another and be enriched. Every year, 250 internationals from all over the world gather in Vienna to participate.

Every July, 33 international student teams (22 negotiation teams and 11 mediation teams) address an arbitration case, based on the arbitration case of the Willem C. VIS International Commercial Arbitration Moot. The teams are selected based on the individual applicants, not merely the universities. At the event, they are grouped in sessions and assessed and supported by expert judges. The pool of approximately 50 international judges ranges from experts in fields ranging from mediation to negotiation, business to law, from academia to practice, providing holistic feedback for the participants.

The competition takes place for one week, including four preliminary rounds, quarter-finals, semi-finals and the grand finale. While this setting may be found in many moot court competitions, CDRC offers more. The comparatively small amount of participants allows the competition not only to maintain a high quality but also established a sense of community, allowing intercultural and intellectual exchange within the participants. Competing students, experts, organisers - at CDRC we are all the same. We can all learn from one another, each in our respective ways.

Link: https://www.cdrcvienna.org
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4/15/2021 9:19:43rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id081286989182Rafa Raasyidah19/438392/HK/2183510-Jul-2021International Online CompetitionIBA-VIAC CDRC Vienna Mediation and Negotiation Competition 2021 (CDRC Vienna)International Bar Association (IBA) and Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1iZJYyNPooln9YoByJ96VjckfSMdKrBIt, https://drive.google.com/open?id=15755SF1UAMTkR-abWV5HYnZYejPT82-Fhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1LZtoDKYQNqR1jUf7T5jK6gH7nBGAV_UlThe CDRC Vienna - The IBA-VIAC Mediation and Negotiation Consensual Dispute Resolution Competition is more than just any other moot court. Established in 2015 in cooperation with the international bar association(IBA) and the Vienna international arbitral centre (VIAC), this event brings together negotiation and mediation enthusiasts from different countries and walks of life to engage with one another and be enriched. Every year, 250 internationals from all over the world gather in Vienna to participate.

Every July, 33 international student teams (22 negotiation teams and 11 mediation teams) address an arbitration case, based on the arbitration case of the Willem C. VIS International Commercial Arbitration Moot. The teams are selected based on the individual applicants, not merely the universities. At the event, they are grouped in sessions and assessed and supported by expert judges. The pool of approximately 50 international judges ranges from experts in fields ranging from mediation to negotiation, business to law, from academia to practice, providing holistic feedback for the participants.

The competition takes place for one week, including four preliminary rounds, quarter-finals, semi-finals and the grand finale. While this setting may be found in many moot court competitions, CDRC offers more. The comparatively small amount of participants allows the competition not only to maintain a high quality but also established a sense of community, allowing intercultural and intellectual exchange within the participants. Competing students, experts, organisers - at CDRC we are all the same. We can all learn from one another, each in our respective ways.

Link: https://www.cdrcvienna.org
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4/15/2021 19:01:50evan.william@mail.ugm.ac.id081293547648Evan William18/425464/HK/2155319-Apr-2021International Online CoursePsychology of criminal justiceEdxOnline course by queensland universityDear evan, i cannot give approval nor rejection if you do not disclose sufficient information
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4/15/2021 19:25:59rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id081310000500Gabriela Eliana Mawikere19/438382/HK/2182523-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionADR ODR International Online Mediation Competition 2021ADR ODR International (AOI) and European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1aHJXQ4Z01gHeJV7Q5A9R7eP6B-wHAQd9, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UxDQfzRv34hL5tohnlr2sghNOFO3YxHehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=11g1myn8wplGgAcDreb2V4y_vPum9aeNpA three-day International Online Mediation Competition will be delivered in partnership with the European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR) and has been especially designed for law and business students across the world.

At ADR ODR International we believe that strong negotiation and mediation skills can help people in all industries resolve conflicts in their workplace, in their home and in their personal life. The ability to negotiate can change how you perceive conflict and how you deal with it.

Link: https://www.adrodrinternational.com/online-mediation-competition
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4/15/2021 19:26:19rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id085155434742Stephanie Kristina Susanto19/438395/HK/2183823-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionADR ODR International Online Mediation Competition 2021ADR ODR International (AOI) and European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AiODkjuKwg67sjj9ZmYYOMWOCeXcFa26, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AOCOcwfjQ2k7xmplyT_alqGI2bZKOr2Vhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1STiFlq7BXZcnahwZXC7r0UsLGpPp_qmqA three-day International Online Mediation Competition will be delivered in partnership with the European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR) and has been especially designed for law and business students across the world.

At ADR ODR International we believe that strong negotiation and mediation skills can help people in all industries resolve conflicts in their workplace, in their home and in their personal life. The ability to negotiate can change how you perceive conflict and how you deal with it.

Link: https://www.adrodrinternational.com/online-mediation-competition
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4/15/2021 19:26:34rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id08111648119Aditya Mahirana Soekardjo19/444247/HK/2207823-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionADR ODR International Online Mediation Competition 2021ADR ODR International (AOI) and European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HYwO6epnY34VFFyvp3HEfTHeiRGI2PVY, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lbHWHmQ3zQgmbrGj74828tDlRMd8lviVhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1u1_fYNybLwNxPwBO7AIkgDMs5jwaIHEuA three-day International Online Mediation Competition will be delivered in partnership with the European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR) and has been especially designed for law and business students across the world.

At ADR ODR International we believe that strong negotiation and mediation skills can help people in all industries resolve conflicts in their workplace, in their home and in their personal life. The ability to negotiate can change how you perceive conflict and how you deal with it.

Link: https://www.adrodrinternational.com/online-mediation-competition
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4/15/2021 19:26:58rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id087876204418Raisa Madeleine Pantouw20/457681/HK/2239723-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionADR ODR International Online Mediation Competition 2021ADR ODR International (AOI) and European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Bb3ORZE7b-OfCqlKkSUYZqLNoOQBQBQT, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lhZ4FCtZ4XQxkEfGY_0NjTc4R53e9Gv3https://drive.google.com/open?id=1h5i7Kop3JOpF8BoczyX0qyhll54BI2tpA three-day International Online Mediation Competition will be delivered in partnership with the European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR) and has been especially designed for law and business students across the world.

At ADR ODR International we believe that strong negotiation and mediation skills can help people in all industries resolve conflicts in their workplace, in their home and in their personal life. The ability to negotiate can change how you perceive conflict and how you deal with it.

Link: https://www.adrodrinternational.com/online-mediation-competition
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4/15/2021 19:27:11rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id081387536899Teuku Incusy 19/438399/HK/2184223-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionADR ODR International Online Mediation Competition 2021ADR ODR International (AOI) and European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XBHuUMd6aS45HAWPdB-yDF5Jr4Jji7Yc, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1X0LIGMm-fRglMIYMwP1WYSj9YBsyNDJRhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1PmzxjgNbo59ovzJuPBWMpb4xokjNtowYA three-day International Online Mediation Competition will be delivered in partnership with the European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR) and has been especially designed for law and business students across the world.

At ADR ODR International we believe that strong negotiation and mediation skills can help people in all industries resolve conflicts in their workplace, in their home and in their personal life. The ability to negotiate can change how you perceive conflict and how you deal with it.

Link: https://www.adrodrinternational.com/online-mediation-competition
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4/15/2021 19:27:26rafa.t@mail.ugm.ac.id087876260707Regina Maryke Maria Pantouw18/423056/HK/2144823-Apr-2021International Online CompetitionADR ODR International Online Mediation Competition 2021ADR ODR International (AOI) and European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR)https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Pc3MXEQCYqvLBMPkacqbeO_RwPBJpSBU, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QSgfhdTNZugRZeTbNLkCO97An3niapnAhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1H81oy8Od5ELHKQwfwhSS46CM9Q7g77SkA three-day International Online Mediation Competition will be delivered in partnership with the European Institute for Conflict Resolution (EICR) and has been especially designed for law and business students across the world.

At ADR ODR International we believe that strong negotiation and mediation skills can help people in all industries resolve conflicts in their workplace, in their home and in their personal life. The ability to negotiate can change how you perceive conflict and how you deal with it.

Link: https://www.adrodrinternational.com/online-mediation-competition
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