Choky Ramadhan

The Duty Of Youth Is To Challenge Corruption

Choky R. Ramadhan is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Washington School of Law researching about “Benefit & Cost Analysis of Enforcing Indonesian Anti-Corruption Laws”. He is a lecturer at the Faculty of Law University of Indonesia who teaches anti-corruption clinic and criminal procedure law. Choky obtained a bachelor of law (LL.B.) from the University of Indonesia and a master of Asia and Comparative Law (LL.M.) from the University of Washington. His research interests are criminal justice policy, drug policy, criminal procedure, anti-corruption, and judicial reform. He has been working with Indonesian agencies, international organizations, national NGOs, and Universities to provide research and policy papers on those topics in Indonesia since 2010.

Choky co-founded REVISI to advocate wrongfully convicted people and promoting criminal justice reform in Indonesia. Choky also co-founded AdvisLab to develop Behavioural Economic approach in public policy. He is now a mentor at Think Policy Society where he facilitates classes on Regulation Instrument, Behavioural Economic Instrument, Regulatory Impact Analysis and Benefit-Cost Analysis.