Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Paradigmatic Perspective of Indonesian Arbitration Law Reform

Author(s): Taufiqurrahman, Budi Endarto, Dwi Elok Indriastuti, Suwarno Abadi, Rihantoro Bayuaji, Andy Usmina Wijaya, Arief Syahrul Alam, Sekaring Ayumeida Kusnadi, Wahyu Kurniawan, Esa Wahyu Endarti, Indra Prasetyo, Rita Helmi, Nabilah Aliyyah, Andi Iswoyo, Rusdiyanto, Nawang Kalbuana

 Along with the development of time, there is a desire from various parties to update Law on Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution No. 30 of 1999. This is based on the fact that UUA is currently considered not in accordance with existing developments. Although the renewal of Indonesian arbitration law is an unavoidable inevitability for Indonesia, it does not mean that the renewal of arbitration law goes as it is, just to follow the existing flow without clarity of direction. The purpose of this research is to analyze the paradigmatic foundations that can be developed to reform Indonesian Arbitration law. The research methods used are normative legal research with a statutory approach and a conceptual approach. The theory used as a knife of analysis is the convergence theory. The results showed that the paradigm of universalistic particularism could be developed to reform Indonesia's arbitration law. In an effort to update Indonesian Arbitration law, the current Arbitration Law is maintained as a domestic arbitration arrangement, while for international arbitration arrangements can adopt uncitral model law on international commercial arbitrationn.

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