Laurensia obtained her Bachelor of Law (LL.B) and Master of Law (LL.M) from Universitas Gadjah Mada Indonesia. In 2016, she started working as a lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Gadjah Mada. Laurensia joined TC Beirne School of Law as a PhD student in 2020. Her doctoral study and research is fully funded by the Australian Government through the Australia Awards Scholarship.

Laurensia’s thesis is focusing on the challenges brought by computer-generated works to the copyright regime in Indonesia. The development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made it possible for a computer program to generate works with no or minimum human’s intervention. This poses challenges to copyright law as it initially protects works resulted from human’s intellectual labour. It is, therefore, the purpose of her research to investigate to what extent a shift from human authorship to computer authorship may affect copyright regulatory framework and how can Indonesia’s copyright law be adjusted to address such challenges.

HDR Project Title: Accommodating Computer-Generated Works into Indonesia Copyright Law: Challenges and Possibilities

Supervisors: Dr Allison Fish, Dr Xan Chacko


  • Andrini, Laurensia, 'Mandatory Corporate Social Responsibility in Indonesia' (2016) 28(3) Mimbar Hukum 512
  • Andrini, Laurensia, 'Redesigning Indonesia Copyright Act to Accommodate Autonomous Intelligent System: Status Quo and Room for Improvement' (Pt De Gruyter) (2018) 9(3) Asian Journal of Law and Economics