Herliana is a PhD candidate in the University of Washington, School of Law with a Fulbright-DIKTI scholarship. Her dissertation research focuses on the development of foreign investment law and investment treaty arbitration in Indonesia. Herliana earned a Master’s degree in Commercial Law from University of Melbourne, School of Law under Australian Development Scholarship and a Bachelor’s degree in Law from Gadjah Mada University, with a Sumitomo Bank scholarship. She is currently a tenured lecturer at Gadjah Mada University, Faculty of Law. Her teaching and research interests include: civil law, civil procedure, alternative dispute resolution, and arbitration. She has done extensive research in arbitration and alternative dispute resolution in Indonesia, Korea and Japan under various fellowship programs. Herliana is currently an intern in the World Justice Project, Seattle office.