The Adnan Buyung Nasution Papers on Southeast Asian Constitutionalism have been established with CILIS to honour the late Professor Nasution's contribution to constitutional studies in Southeast Asia.
The Adnan Buyung Nasution Papers on Southeast Asian Constitutionalism were established in 2011 to honour Professor Nasution's contribution to constitutional studies in Southeast Asia.
The late Professor Dr Iur Adnan Buyung Nasution was widely regarded as Indonesia's leading advocate and trial lawyer. He was a pioneer of legal aid and law reform, as well as being a key figure in the development of human rights law and constitutionalism in Indonesia.
In 2010, he was appointed as Honorary Professorial Fellow in the Melbourne Law School, in recognition of his huge contribution to constitutional studies and scholarship on Indonesian law, and his commitment to building the rule of law in his home country.
The Series seeks to provide a considered analysis of important issues relevant to constitutionalism in Southeast Asia. It is distributed widely amongst government, business, academic and community organisations.
Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Death Penalty - No 2 (2015)
by Professor Dr Jimly Asshiddiqie, SH
Towards Constitutional Democracy in Indonesia - No 1 (2011)
by Professor Dr Iur. Adnan Buyung Nasution