Indrawan Dwi Yuriutomo graduated in 2004 from the Faculty of Law at the University of Indonesia. Prior to this, he earned a degree in physics from the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the same university.
In 2017, Indrawan was a fellow at the Academy of American and International Law, at the Center for American and International Law in Dallas, Texas, where he studied American law from an international perspective. Indrawan participated in a comparative study on the Thai legal system at Thammasat University, Bangkok in 2019
Indrawan joined SSEK in October 2008 after working with another prominent law firm in Jakarta. Indrawan specializes in labor and employment law and advises clients on labor disputes. His recent experience includes representing several embassies and a multinational furniture manufacturer in court proceedings related to employment disputes.
Indrawan was on the SSEK team that successfully defended a Canadian telecommunications company in a dispute with its distributor in civil court. Indrawan also focuses on capital markets law and has pursued training to become a capital markets lawyer under the Association of Capital Market Legal Consultants (HKHPM). Indrawan was seconded to a publicly listed company as an acting corporate secretary to advise on compliance issues with the Indonesian Financial Services Authority (OJK) and the Indonesia Stock Exchange.
Another area of focus is M&A transactions. Indrawan recently assisted the Indonesian Ministry of State‐Owned Enterprises and the Indonesian state‐owned oil and natural gas corporation, Pertamina, in the establishment of an Oil and Gas Holding State‐Owned Company.
Indrawan is fluent in English and Indonesian. He is a member of the Indonesian Advocates Association (Peradi), allowing him bar admittance in all judicial courts in Indonesia. He is also a member of the Indonesian Competition Lawyers Association (ICLA).
Indrawan is the author of the book “Defenses to Indonesian Corporate Criminal Liability” and “2019 Indonesian Employment Laws and Regulations”.
as of March 2019.