Anggraeni & Partners is a law firm focusing on dispute resolution with a multidimensional approach providing foreseeing possible issues and managing the pre-emption, prevention, mitigation, and resolution of legal issues. Anggraeni & Partners takes the worldview that dispute management includes a series of prudent actions beyond resolutions. In practice, they are trying to emphasise both acts of laying down strong groundwork for any transaction with staying up to date with regulatory developments through in-depth research. Hence, optimize approach safeguards and manage the risk of legal disputes. In an unfortunate legal dispute, Anggraeni & Partners will assist by fully representing the client’s interests and offering professional, accurate, timely, and relevant advice based on law, practice, and the business environment in Indonesia.

Established in 2012 in Jakarta, Anggraeni & Partners focuses heavyweight practice in their chosen areas of specialties such as white-collar criminal litigation, admiralty, complex commercial and construction disputes, and tortious claims. They have represented local and international clients, both private and corporations, with their unique formulation based on skills, creativity, and solutions. They managed to bridge the gap between foreign clients’ expectations and the realism of settling disputes in Indonesia, taking into account of the geographical, cultural, and business nuances of every case. Anggraeni & Partners is truly an Indonesian-cultured firm with an internationally positive attitude, outlook, and efficiency.

Setyawati Fitrianggraeni
Managing Partner

Setyawati Fitrianggraeni has amassed more than 15 years of experience in a career that spans a wide range of legal practices. After a stint as a criminal defense lawyer in 2006, she shifted her focus to maritime law at Nordisk Legal Services Pte. Ltd. in Singapore. Her experience as counsel encompasses civil proceedings on environmental issues, different arbitrations proceedings at SIAC, BANI, and AIAC, civil court, and contract negotiations. She has advised on a series of high-profile cases, including on a potential dispute involving the Sri Lankan Navy.

 Fitri is a legal advisor to the Cooperative of the Indonesian National Police (INKOPPOL) as well as the Assistant Professor for the Private Law Department, the Managing Editor of The Lex Patrimonium, and the Secretary of the Private Law Department at her alma mater the University of Indonesia. She has been published in Proceeding, Journal of Maritime Affairs, and The Spirit of Law Journal, among others, and was listed as a Southeast Asian Women 2020 by Young Southeast Asia Leader’s Initiative (YSEALI) Women’s Leadership Academy Alumni Network and Hukumonline’s NexGen Lawyers in 2019.

 A graduate of the University of Indonesia, Fitri obtained her Master of Law with merit in Maritime Law from the University College London. She is currently a PhD candidate in Maritime Law and Policy at the World Maritime University, Sweden. Her favorite pastime is journaling, travelling, and organizing.

Tanya Widjaja Kusumah
Managing Associate
Corporate Legal Compliance & Governance

Tanya Widjaja Kusumah has been actively involved the development of the Corporate Legal Compliance & Governance practice group at AP Law. She has advised local and international clients in various industries on different corporate actions and contract negotiations. She was involved in the establishment of the first online taxi at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, representing a private transportation service company in the negotiation for the joint cooperation. Other notable cases include representing a Japanese network provider in a contract negotiation with an Indonesian entity as supplier for a prestigious regional sporting event. She also advised a state-owned holding company on the establishment of a governance risk compliance framework in contribution to the Indonesian government’s effort to strengthen the role of state-owned enterprises in its medium-term plan.

 Tanya was listed as one of Hukumonline’s NexGen Lawyers in 2020. She is a graduate of the Atma Jaya Catholic University where she obtained her Bachelor of Law in Economic and Business Law. While continuing to climb the ladder as a leader in the legal sector, she cooks a lot and takes great interest in the development of telecommunication in society.