Sabella Jane Tjasa


Ms. Sabella Jane Tjasa is bright and promising young lawyer, who graduated cum laude from Universitas Katolik Parahyangan.

Ms. Sabella Jane Tjasa graduated cum laude from the Faculty of Law, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan in 2022.

At the firm she focuses and has extensive knowledge in general corporate matters, labour law and M&A.

Whilst completing her study, she actively participated in various academic and non-academic activities and competitions. In 2020 and 2021, she  represented Indonesia, together with her team, in one of the most prestigious international moot court competitions in the world, Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition, and in the latter year,  achieved the Hardy C. Dillard Award  for the best combined memorandum in the global rounds and 2nd best memorandum (combined) in the Asia Pacific. She was also an active member of Himpunan Mahasiswa Program Studi Ilmu Hukum (HMPSIH).

  • Advising a fortune global 500 Japanese corporation having presence in more 65 countries in its potential carbon reduction and climate change mitigation project through natural forest and mangrove plantation in Indonesia.
  • Counsel to PT Dhost Telekomunikasi Nusantara, an Indonesian subsidiary of Exeo Group Inc., engaging in provision of service of equipment and infrastructure of in-building distributed antenna system (DAS) and fibre optic system, in its IDR 480,000,000,000 (approx. USD 32 million) acquisition of indoor telecommunication infrastructure assets located at 633 sites across Indonesia from PT Indosat Tbk, trading as Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison, one of the largest Indonesian cellular telecommunications networks and services providers.
  • Counsel to one of the Japanese leading information technology solution companies,  in its  proposed cross-border acquisitions of a Singaporean information technology cloud and digital transformation companies, which would allow the Client to expand its business to provide a unique and competitive hybrid cloud solutions in both public and private sectors  in Southeast Asia region, including Indonesia.


  • A co-speaker on “Personal Data Protection” at in-house seminar of Astra and Toyota group companies in 2024. The in-house seminar helped Astra and Toyota group companies to navigate the safeguard personal data processing, especially in relation to the compliance of personal data sharing and role of data protection officer.
  • Mr. Hans A. Kurniawan, Mr. Andhika Indrapraja, Ms. Putri Bening Larasati, Ms. Elvina and Ms. Sabella Jane Tjasa had the privilege to engage in an audience to directly discuss the new rules with the Head of Import Governance and Policy at the Ministry of Trade and subsequently were invited as key speakers in an exclusive seminar for Mitsubishi Corporation subsidiaries, where they discussed various topics of the regulations. These enlightening events were designed to navigate the audience to understand the import licenses rules and bridging the ambiguities under the regulations. The Q&A session was lively, raising both practical and theoretical questions relating to import activities, including on development of plastic raw materials and Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG), expansion of the scope of transferable imported goods by API-P holders, changes in import requirements for certain products, expansion of the scope of import of used goods, and relaxation of import requirements for non-restricted goods for complementary use, market testing, or aftersales service by API-P holders.