Discovering the Legal Frontiers of Indonesia
Prepare to embark on an intellectual journey that transcends boundaries! The Faculty of Law at Universitas Nusa Cendana cordially invites you to the International Conference on Legal Studies 2 (ICoLS 2), a pivotal event focusing on the theme: "Legal Border Issues in Indonesia."
Unveiling Indonesia's Legal Borders: A Profound Exploration
Indonesia, a nation of diverse cultures and breathtaking landscapes, is also home to a myriad of legal complexities that arise from its unique geography. As the world's largest archipelago, Indonesia boasts a staggering 17,508 islands, each with its own distinct set of legal, social, and cultural norms.
Why "Legal Border Issues in Indonesia"?
The theme of ICoLS 2, "Legal Border Issues in Indonesia," was chosen with meticulous consideration for the pressing matters that have emerged in this dynamic nation. Indonesia's geographical diversity brings forth a multitude of legal questions and challenges, from maritime disputes and land rights to cultural preservation and indigenous legal systems.
This conference aims to shed light on the intricate tapestry of legal matters that define Indonesia's boundaries, both physical and metaphorical. By examining these issues from various angles, we seek to foster a deeper understanding and pave the way for collaborative solutions that can strengthen the nation's legal framework.
Join Us in Kupang, Indonesia
Kupang, the capital of East Nusa Tenggara, will serve as the hybrid location for this illuminating conference. Its strategic location on the border of Indonesia and Timor-Leste adds an additional layer of significance to our discussions on legal borders.
Mark your calendar for December 2, 2023, and be part of this transformative event. ICoLS 2 promises to be an enriching experience for legal scholars, practitioners, researchers, and anyone interested in the intricacies of Indonesia's legal borders.
Whether you choose to attend in person at Harper Hotel in Kupang or virtually, don't miss the opportunity to be at the forefront of legal discussions that can shape Indonesia's future. Register today and be part of ICoLS 2: Unveiling Legal Border Issues in Indonesia. Together, we can bridge divides and forge a brighter legal future for Indonesia.
International Conference on Legal Studies 2023