Dian Rositawati has been engaged in the judicial reform sector in Indonesia since 2000. She was involved in the drafting of the Supreme Court Blueprints that have become the foundation of judicial reform in Indonesia and has played an important role in their implementation efforts ever since. As Program Director for Indonesia she coordinates the development and implementation of human rights, rule of law, and justice sector projects and liaises with partner governmental and non-governmental institutions. She designed and plays an active role in the ongoing Program of Anti-Corruption Court Monitoring in Indonesia, which has been conducted under the collaboration of the East-West Center, LeIP and ELSAM. Among her other activities, Dian continues to serve as a member of the Judicial Reform Working Group at the Supreme Court of Republic Indonesia since 2009 until present and she provides ongoing assistance to the Supreme Court in various reform programs in the area of judicial training, case management, and judicial oversight mechanisms. In addition to teaching courses at the University of Indonesia and the Jentera School of Law, she is also a board member of the Indonesian Institute for Independent Judiciary (LeIP), of which she is also the former Director. She holds a Master Degree in Law, Development and Globalization and is currently completing her PhD research for the University of Tilburg on court organization in Indonesia.