uhammad Bonar is an associate in the Dispute Resolution Practice Group of Lubis, Santosa & Maramis. He graduated from the Faculty of Law of University of Indonesia in 2013 majoring in procedural law. During his studies, he actively participated in student organizations such as Student Research Department (Lembaga Kajian Keilmuan FHUI/LK2 FHUI), FHUI Student Executive Board (Badan Eksekutif Mahasiswa FHUI/BEM FHUI) and Law Student Association of Legal Practice.
Muhammad Bonar gained his initial experince in law practice as he started his law career at the Indonesian Court Observation Community of Faculty of Law of University of Indonesia (Masyarakat Pemantau Peradilan Indonesia FHUI/MaPPI FHUI) as a researcher since he was still a student. As a researcher, he has published some of his research, inter alia: (i) Law Enforcer’s Corrupt Behaviors in Trial Proceedings at Court (in collaboration with Badan Pembinaan Hukum Nasional, 2013); (ii) The Quality of Disclosure of Public Information in Indonesian Court (in collaboration with United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, 2013); (iii) The Examination of Corruption Court Decision on behalf Mr. Hotasi Nababan (in collaboration with Management Systems International, 2013); (iv) Assessment and Reform of the Attorney General’s Office (in collaboration with Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice, 2012) (v) Unnecessary Criminal Provisions in the Draft of Law on Attorney (2012); (vi) The Duties and the Authorities of Attorney in Civil State Administration and its Problem (2012); (vii) Cassation in the Interest of Law by Attorney General (2012).
Prior to joining Lubis, Santosa & Maramis, Muhammad Bonar had worked for 2 (two) years in another prominent litigation firm in Jakarta. During that period, he was intensively involved in advising and representing clients in various dispute matters from various types of industries including but not limited to several beverage company conglomerates, a multinational paint company, foreign-owned energy companies, as well as several state-owned enterprises.
Muhammad Bonar is a member of the Lubis, Santosa & Maramis legal team assigned to the various cases including but not limited to civil and commercial litigation, criminal, administrative, and arbitration.
Muhammad Bonar has passed the Indonesian Bar Exam organized by the Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI). He speaks Bahasa Indonesia and English