Prisca Octavia Rumokoy

Associate

Ms. Prisca Octavia Rumokoy is an outstanding  and promising young lawyer who holds Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws, both with the predicate of summa cum laude from the University of Sam Ratulangi.

She obtained the second Master of Laws with Business Law Certificate from the University of Southern California, graduating on the top 5% of her class.

She  also received her Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Washington, where she graduated among top of her class and awarded a full scholarship from the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education by the Ministry of Finance .

When graduating with the predicate of summa cum laude on her Bachelor of Laws and first Master of Laws, Ms. Rumokoy is named as the Indonesian Youngest Bachelor and Master of Laws by the Indonesian World Records Museum (MURI). During her college time, she was the Chair of Women’s Affairs of  the Student Executive Council and active in the Law Student Body Association.

She continued her study at the University of Southern California, obtaining her second Master of Laws with Business Law Certificate. During her study, she was given several awards, such as Excellent Performance in LL.M Legal Writing and Outstanding Academic Performance. She then graduated on the top 5% of her class and inducted to the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, the United States’ oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.

Her excellence and promising talents were again shown when she received her Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Washington, where she was graduating among the top of her class and invited to join the Golden Key International Honour Society.

Other than practicing as an Indonesian lawyer, Ms. Rumokoy is also passionate to share her knowledge and experience, led her to work at one of the public Universities in Indonesia, where she taught basics courses such as Introduction to Legal Science and Introduction to Indonesian Law to first-year law students.

Before joining W&P, she previously worked at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, California Superior Court. She has presented her works on international trade and business at the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford and has been regularly invited as a Guest Lecturer at the University of Washington School of Law, teaching International Trade Law course since 2019.

She is also a member of the American Society of International Law.