Career

Makes & Partners is committed to providing excellent service to our clients, and so we are always looking for highly committed and motivated professional lawyers and support staff to be part of our team.

We also welcome applications from foreign lawyers having a law degree from an accredited university, a valid license to practice law in their jurisdiction and relevant practice experience. It should be noted that hiring of foreign legal consultants is subject to various procedures and restrictions prescribed by local laws.

If you are interested in being a part of the Makes team, please send your application either by e-mail or to the following mailing address:

e-mail : recruitment@makeslaw.com
or
Recruitment Partner

Makes & Partners Law Firm
Menara Batavia, 7th Floor
Jl. KH. Mas Mansyur Kav. 126
Jakarta 10220, Indonesia
We thank you for your interest in Makes & Partners.

Eliyana Maria Tanzah, S.H.

Ms. Tanzah holds a Bachelor's Degree (S.H.) from the University of Gajahmada, Yogyakarta. She is a former Justice in the Supreme Court of Indonesia and specializes in the application of the Indonesian Civil Code, the Indonesian Commercial Code and the Indonesian Criminal Code. She has contributed greatly to the Indonesian legal profession and was a part of the team that drafted the Indonesian Bankruptcy Law. 

Ms. Eliyana has been associated with Makes & Partners for more than 5 years now. Apart from providing routine consulting service, she also undertakes training for the Makes team.

I Wayan Nedeng, S.H.

Mr. Nedeng holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree (S.H.) from Universitas Negri Jember. He worked for the government as the Head of Registrar's Office of the Central Committee for Settlement of Labor Disputes, then as a Director of Work Requirements, Wages & Salaries, and Social Security. He was also appointed as the Head of Central Committee for the Settlement of Labor Disputes. 

Mr. Wayan continues to contribute to the legal profession by training the young lawyers at Makes & Partners in labor law, manpower law and industrial relations issues.