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Our Firm

AMAR Law Firm & Public Interest Law Office is among the leading legal firms in Indonesia. Founded by Alghiffari Aqsa, S.H., Arfa Gunawan Saddad, S.H., Maraden Saddad, S.H., and Rozi Fahmy, S.H., lawyers who have more than 10 years of experience practicing law, both litigation and non- litigation. AMAR provides legal services to individuals and business people who have legal problems, wheter criminal, civil, administrative, constitutional, or legal issues related to business. AMAR also provides legal services to businesses to comply with the law in Indonesia so as to prevent legal problems and ensure the smooth running of business. Our priority and guaranty in providing legal services is the legitimacy and quality of client’s rights and interests’ protection.


Collaborative Strategy

In its legal services, AMAR uses a collaboration strategy to ensure clients get maximum and expected service. AMAR utilizes various stakeholders, both national and international levels, for success in legal services.

Higher Ethical Standard

Legal services are highly dependent on trust between clients and lawyers. Therefore AMAR provides legal services with high standards to clients; follow advocate ethical standards in Indonesia. AMAR does not tolerate ethical acts that harm clients. AMAR ensures that legal services provided also help maintain the client’s reputation so that it does not adversely affect the business being run. AMAR is very suitable for business people who have high standards of behavior in conducting business.

Public Interest Advocacy

AMAR is unique because it is also a law office for the public interest. AMAR believes that advocates are responsible for improving or forming fair laws. AMAR has several public advocacy programs in which each program consists of research, policy advocacy, and strategic litigation involving various parties in the legal sector; practitioners, students, academics, experts, and activists. AMAR also provides free legal assistance (pro bono) to the poor who need legal assistance as part of their professional responsibilities and the obligation to implement the Law on Advocates.