Fritz Edward Siregar (“Fritz”) studied International Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia and graduated in 2000. Fritz enrolled in law school to become a diplomat, but his legal path changed after he read John Grisham’s novel and became fascinated with lawyers and courts.
He started his career at Ali Budiardjo Nugroho Reksodiputro Counsellors, and Indover Bank Amsterdam right after his finished Master of Laws study at Erasmus University Rotterdam. His engagement as a Rule of Law Project Officer at the International Foundation for Election System (IFES), led him to work closely with the Constitutional Court. In 2004, he became part of early generation of Indonesia Constitutional Court as Justice Assistant to Justice Maruarar Siahaan. In 2009, he joined the Indonesia -Netherlands National Legal Reform Program (NLRP). The Program is a partnership between the governments of the Netherlands and Indonesia administered by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to conduct legal reform program in Indonesia.
He provided consultancy to British Council, International Foundation for Election System (IFES), and for the Democratic Reform Support Program (Democratic Reform Support Program / RTI International). He teaches legislative drafting, representation, election and civic education course.
In June 2011, he is back to campus as doctoral student at University of New South Wales, Sydney. Going back and live in Australia is not a new experience for Fritz. In 2006, he had the opportunity to serve as intern Judicial Associate at the High Court of Australia, Canberra. Fritz accomplished his doctoral degree on July 2016. Apart from teaching at Indonesia Jentera School of Law, Fritz also does writing and providing consultancy on constitutional law matter.
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