A Brief Histroy
The Faculty of Law was formerly named the Faculty of Law and Social Science, and it changed under the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture Number 0333/01965 dated July 27, 1985. In the beginning, the faculty had only three divisions, which were Civil Law, Criminal Law, and International Law.
Currently the Faculty of Law consists of eight undergraduate divisions, which are:
1. Division of Civil Law.
2. Division of Law and Society.
3. Division of Administrative Law.
4. Division of Criminal Law.
5. Division of International Law.
6. Division of Judicial Procedure.
7. Division of Constitutional Law.
8. Division of Basic Sciences of Law.
Based on the quality assurance assessment conducted by the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Faculty of Law has received “A” accreditation since 1998. This assessment is conducted every five years. The last assessment with “A” accreditation stated in the certificate number 627/BAN-PT/AK-XI/S1/X/2008. The Faculty of Law as well as all other faculties at the Trisakti University offers their programs with the Credit Points System.
The graduate programs established in 2002 with three specializations, which are: Business Law, Land Law and Criminal Law.