Prof. Tim Lindsey AO FAIIA (Melbourne Law School)

Prof. Tim Lindsey AO FAIIA

Melbourne Law School

Professor Tim Lindsey AO FAIIA is Malcolm Smith Professor of Asian Law, Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor and Director of the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society at the Melbourne Law School. He was former Chairman of the Australia-Indonesia Institute and is one of Australia’s leading experts on Indonesian law. He has advised governments, business, international organisations, courts and legal practitioners in Indonesia and Australia. He completed his PhD thesis in Indonesian studies and teaches and researches Indonesian law. His publications include "Indonesia: Law and Society"; "Law Reform in Developing Countries"; "The Indonesian Constitution; Corruption in Asia"; "Islam, Law and the State in Southeast Asia"; and "Indonesian Law".

Rowan Callick OBE FAIIA

Rowan Callick OBE FAIIA

Rowan Callick OBE FAIIA is an Industry Fellow at Griffith University’s Asia Institute and a former board member of the Australia-Indonesia Institute. He was Asia-Pacific Editor for both The Australian and The Australian Financial Review, and also China Correspondent for both newspapers. He has won a Graham Perkin Award for Australian Journalist of the Year and two Walkley Awards. He has written three books published in both English and Chinese – most recently "Party Time: Who Runs China and How". Rowan is vice chair of the Australia Taiwan Business Council, and a member of the Advisory Boards of the National Foundation for Australia China Relations, La Trobe University: Asia, and Melbourne University’s Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies.