This barrier is unrelated to the end of the transition period, following the United Kingdom's departure from the EU.

Public ID: PID-B8D2RB

UK lawyers face barriers and high pro bono requirement in Indonesia

in Indonesia

Trade barrier summary

For UK lawyers, the process of obtaining certificates of good standing from PERADI (the Indonesian Advocates Association) can be lengthy, costly and complicated.

Overseas lawyers must also donate 120 hours of pro bono (free) services a year, which is actively enforced by PERADI. This compares with Indonesian lawyers who are required to donate between 30 and 50 hours per year.

Sectors affected

  • Financial and professional services



Date reported

22 January 2020

Last updated

17 December 2020

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