Feitty Pandjaitan obtained her LLM degree from Georgetown University Law Center in May 2014, specializing in international trade law, economic and business, with a USAID scholarship PRESTASI (Program to Extend Scholarships and Training to Achieve Sustainable Impacts). Feitty is interested in international trade, business, investment, and corporate governance issues, and has conducted various work and research in these subjects. Her research project is about the U.S. – Indonesia trade dispute settlement from international trade law perspectives underscoring the legal cause and the settlement of this trade dispute.
Prior to her LLM study, she studied law in Universitas Indonesia majoring in Law on Transnational Relations. Following her graduation, she worked as a corporate lawyer in a prominent Indonesian firm, in house counsel in a top-10 Indonesia group company, a researcher in a center for international law studies and as an assistant lecturer for international trade law. She is currently a fellow at the Institute of International Economic Law and member of Washington DC Young Trade Professional.