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Setyawati F.A., S.H., LL.M., FCIArb., FAIADR.

“PASSIONATE AND FORWARD THINKING”

 

Fitri is Managing Partner at Anggraeni and Partners. She focuses her practice on dispute resolution in criminal and civil litigation and arbitration. She is an experienced advocate in the fields of white-collar criminal law, commercial disputes, international trade disputes, and shipping.

 

Fitri has represented clients in several notable cases including an American-based International oil and gas company in their civil dispute amounting to Rp. 250.000.000.000,- (two hundred and fifty billion Rupiah) in Indonesia. She has also acted as counsel for a number of State-Owned Companies in Indonesia in disputes both in Indonesia and abroad. In 2014, she represented a State-Owned Enterprise in a joint venture dispute amounting to RM. 16.500.000,- (sixteen million and five hundred thousand Ringgit Malaysia) at the Asian International Arbitration Centre (previously known as KLRCA). In the area of criminal law, she has advised one of the biggest telecommunication companies in the world on their rights in a criminal matter. Fitri is a leading advocate in the area of shipping law and advises several major shipping companies in Indonesia.

 

In addition to legal practice, Fitri continued to show her commitment and love for the law by teaching at his alma mater, University of Indonesia. She generously gives her time to the next generation by participating as a Arbitrator Judge in the Willem C. Vis (East) International Mooting Competition in Hong Kong and The Indonesian National Round of the International Humanitarian Law Moot Court Competition.

 

Fitri believes that to be a great advocate, one should never shy away from continuous learning and improvement. Her international attitude and global thinking is sharpened during her time in Nordisk Skibsrederforening, a Norwegian law firm specializing in maritime law. Her years working in an international law firm, living and studying in the UK, and working in Singapore have all contributed to her global outlook.