Mita has more than 9 years experience working as litigator in commercial, criminal, and constitutional law matters. Before joining PRO Alliance, she worked as a lawyer in several leading law firms in Indonesia. She then joined one of the largest and prestigious law firm in Indonesia.
Mita has been involved in numerous high-profile cases in wide ranging matters from investment and commercial dispute in arbitration proceedings, case on cancellation of deed arising from unlawful execution and registration process, an ownership dispute in one of the largest television network in Indonesia, civil proceedings in construction dispute, compensation claim due to breach of contract, land dispute, as well as various tort cases with exceptionally high value compensation claim. In the other hand, Mita’s experience in criminal field includes corruption case, criminal proceedings against C-suite executives (corporate crime), money laundering, and drug-related crime.
Mita has assisted or represented clients from various backgrounds, including the Indonesian Armed Forces, several largest publicly-listed banks in Indonesia, one of the largest international school in Indonesia, an Indonesian publicly-listed construction company, a controversial foundation which was founded by and closely related to Indonesia’s former President Soeharto, as well as a former Minister of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Indonesia and several other defendants in Hambalang mega-corruption case.
Other than her profession as young prestige lawyer in Indonesia, she is also actively involved in politics. She joined the NasDem Party (Partai NasDem) since 2015 and currently serves as Secretary of Legal Advocacy Agency (Badan Advokasi Hukum/BAHU) for DKI Jakarta Province. Mita holds a Sarjana Hukum degree (equivalent to Juris Doctor) and a Magister Hukum degree (equivalent to Master of Laws), both from Gadjah Mada University. She is a member of the Perhimpunan Advokat Indonesia Suara Advokat Indonesia/Peradi SAI and currently serves as National Leadership Board. Mita admitted to practice in Indonesian courts.