Our People




Ahmad Jamal Assegaf is the Managing Partner of Assegaf Kawilarang & Associates. Prior to establishing the firm, he was a partner at Lubis Ganie Surowidjojo, one of the largest and prestigious law firm in Indonesia and has amassed extensive experience and knowledge over the years, making him one of the leading practitioners in his area of expertise.

Jamal’s practice encompasses a broad range of corporate areas, including mergers & acquisitions, joint venture, and investment. Moreover, he has advised a wide range of domestic and foreign clients across various industries, including banking & finance, insurance, mining and shipping. He has also played a leading role in a series of significant syndicated loan and financing transactions for local and international notable banks and companies such as: DBS Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, OCBC, HSBC, Credit Suisse, PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk., and Goldman Sachs Credit Partners.

Jamal is recognized and has been nominated as the Young Lawyer of the Year category of the ALB Indonesia Law Awards in 2016 and 2017 and was named as 40 outstanding legal professionals in the region, under the age of 40 by ALB. In 2009, he was named by the Asia Pacific IFLR 1000 and Asia Law as a leading lawyer in the field of Banking and Finance. He is admitted to the Indonesian Bar Associations (PERADI). He speaks native Indonesian and fluent English.

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Muhammad Y. Louis Ramli


Mohamad Assegaf


Dea Tunggaesti


Muhammad Y. Louis Ramli

Louis Ramli was a senior attorney in one of the largest law firm in Indonesia and is currently the founding partner of Tungga Ramli Partners.

He represents clients across a diverse range of industries and is involved in major transactions such as advising on bankruptcy, construction, corporate and commercial transactions, dispute resolution, and merger & acquisitions. He was involved in many major transactions and advised mostly multinational and foreign companies, amongst others; Marubeni Corporation, Marubeni Europe, PT. Adhi Karya (Persero) Tbk., China Machinery Engineering Corporation, Bunge Agribusiness and PT. Grundfos Pompa.

Louis has personal interest and enthusiasm in renewable energy industry. His experience in all aspects, from project finance to regulatory compliance, is an invaluable resource for stakeholders in renewable energy development

Louis is admitted to the Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI). He speaks native Indonesian and fluent English.

Mohamad Assegaf

Born in Surakarta, Mohamad Assegaf pursued his undergraduate degree in the Law Department of Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, and graduated in 1969. His first career as a lawyer was in the central office of the non-profit Legal Aid Institute (Lembaga Bantuan Hukum, or LBH) in Jakarta. It was there that his legal activities were supervised and developed by renowned lawyers in Indonesian modern history, such as Adnan Buyung Nasution, Yap Thiam Hien and HJC Princen. The cases he had to handle in LBH had educated him well about the legal situation in Indonesia, over and above invaluable training in handling a wide range of particular cases.

For more than 40 years of his career, he has been widely known mostly for his high-profile cases, including the first “computer-crime” case in Indonesia involving Bank Nasional Indonesia; defense for political activists critical to the government, as well as former Indonesian president. Yet many of his clients have also known him for low-profile cases that he earnestly takes care of. For all those cases, his main principle is simply: justice and fairness for everyone.

Dea Tunggaesti

Dea graduated from the Faculty of Law of Pelita Harapan University, holds a masters degree from the Faculty of Economics of Gadjah Mada University (M.M.) and graduated her Doctorate program in 2014 from university of Padjajaran

Dea is widely involved in banking, foreign investment and dispute settlement with substantial experiences in Mergers & Acquisitions, Telecommunication and Media.

Dea’s qualifications and extensive knowledge in legal field have made her entrusted to speak in various seminars and in-house trainings. She also hosted a law related talk show in one of Indonesia’s leading TV Stations.

Dea is admitted to the Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI). She speaks native Indonesian, fluent English and casual Italian.