majored in transnational law at the University of Indonesia and was awarded a Chevening Scholarship in 2012 to pursue her master’s degree in maritime law at Southampton University. Desi’s main areas of practice encompass commercial dispute resolution – both litigation and arbitration – in the field of maritime law, construction, oil and gas services, mining and employment issues. She has represented clients in arbitration proceedings under the rules of the Indonesian National Board of Arbitration (BANI), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and UNCITRAL, and in the enforcement of international arbitral awards in Indonesia.
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