At this time, Adery currently working in the research institute in Indonesia Judicial Research Society, (IJRS). He has been working for approximately in 7 years. As a recent master graduate student of  Transnational Legal Studies, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Adery   has been involved in some research agenda regarding reforming the bureaucracy at the Indonesia Attorney General’s Office (AGO), anti-corruption and judicial reform issues.

Those research projects has led to create a great relationship  with  stakeholder primarily criminal agencies which are led directly by President (Ministry of Justice, National Police, AGO, KPK (Corruption Eradication Commission).


  • Bachelor Degree, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia (2015)
  • Master Degree, Transnational Legal Studies, Virje Universiteit Amsterdam (2020)

Projects / Research

  • Assessment of the Consistency of Court Decision in Cases Involving Women (Particularly those who are poor and people with disabilities) – Australian aid foundation
  • Assisting the drafting of Supreme Court Regulation on Substitutive Fine in Corruption Cases (Perma No. 5 Tahun 2014)
  • Assisting the drafting of Supreme Court Regulation on Sentencing Guideline in Corruption Case (Perma No. 1 Tahun 2020)
  • Assisting the drafting of Supreme Court Regulation on Guidelines for processing cases affecting women (Perma No. 3 Tahun 2017)
  • Assisting the drafting of AGO Regulation on Restorative Justive (Perja No. 15 Tahun 2020)
  • Assessing the Performance of the Indonesian Labor Relations Court from 2006-2013