Qurrata Ayuni, S.H, MCDR. Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia. Managing Editor of Law and Development Journal Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia. Program Manager of the Center for Constitutional Law Studies. Graduated from the Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia (Bachelor of Law) in 2007. Obtained a Master of Conflict and Dispute Resolution from James Cook University Australia in 2012. Currently pursuing a doctoral program at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia.

Her writings can be found in several journals and book chapters such as: Ideas of the Fifth Amendment (2019), Restrictions on Human Rights in the Constitution in Indonesia (2019), Legal Aspects of Social Media Bullying and Social Impacts on Adolescents (2019), Judicial Review of Criminal Code Articles on Adultery, Rape and Same-sex Obscene in The Constitutional Court (2018), Ideas of the Special District Election Court (2018) and The Civil Reserve Component as an Alternative for Strengthening Border Security in Indonesia (2018).

Qurrata Ayuni, S.H, MCDR Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia

Qurrata Ayuni, S.H, MCDR. Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia. Managing Editor of Law and Development Journal Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia. Program Manager of the Center for Constitutional Law Studies. Graduated from the Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia (Bachelor of Law) in 2007. Obtained a Master of Conflict and Dispute Resolution from James Cook University Australia in 2012. Currently pursuing a doctoral program at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia.

Her writings can be found in several journals and book chapters such as: Ideas of the Fifth Amendment (2019), Restrictions on Human Rights in the Constitution in Indonesia (2019), Legal Aspects of Social Media Bullying and Social Impacts on Adolescents (2019), Judicial Review of Criminal Code Articles on Adultery, Rape and Same-sex Obscene in The Constitutional Court (2018), Ideas of the Special District Election Court (2018) and The Civil Reserve Component as an Alternative for Strengthening Border Security in Indonesia (2018).

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