Curriculum Standardization for Advocate Education in Indonesia

Laksanto Utomo


Implementation of Advocate Profession Education by an advocate organization is a requirement for appointment of an advocate and it is regulated by the Article 2 paragraph (1) of Law no. 13 of 2003 on Advocates. However there are many Advocate Associations in Indonesia and each organization has different ways and standards to conduct the advocate education process. This article on curriculum standardization of advocate education in a period of transition describes legal reforms, liberalization of legal services, and the advancement of Information Technology (IT). This article uses descriptive methods by examining the role of advocates who use legal skills to serve their clients. Data collection involves experience and personal involvement. It concludes that there must be cooperation between advocate professional organizations with universities in the implementation of Special Education of Advocate Profession with a standardized curriculum.


Curriculum Standardization, Advocate Education

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