1. The Judicial Reform Landscape in Indonesia: Innovation, Specialisation and the Legacy of Dan S Lev; Melissa Crouch; Part I. Continuity and Change in the General Court System; 2.The Supreme Court: Reformasi, Independence and the Failure to Ensure Legal Certainty; Rifqi Assegaf; 3. The District Courts: Sentencing Decisions as Evolving Legal Culture? Daniel Pascoe; 4. The “Justice System Postman”: The Indonesian Prosecution System at Work; Fachrizal Afandi; Part II. Specialised Courts Established under the New Order; 5. The Religious Courts: Does Lev's Analysis Still Hold? Stijn Cornelius van Huis; 6. The Administrative Courts: The Quest for Consistency Adriaan Bedner and Herlambang Perdana Wiratraman; Part III. Specialised Courts as Judicial Reform Strategy; 7. The Anti-corruption Courts and the Persistence of Judicial Culture Simon Butt;8. The Commercial Court: A Story of Unfinished Reforms Gustaaf Reerink, Kevin Omar Sidharta, Aria Suyudi and Sofie Hewitt; 9. The Small Claims Court: An Innovation in Judicial Reform Binziad Kadafi; 10. The Fisheries Court: Government-led Judicial Development?Indriaswati Dyah Saptraningrun;11. The Constitutional Court: A Levian Take on its Place in the Reformasi Theunis Roux;part III: Courts and Rights; 12.The Juvenile Courts and Children's Rights: Good Intentions, Flawed Execution Putri K. Amanda, Shaila Tieken, Sharyn Graham Davies and Santi Kusumaningrum;13. The Human Rights Courts: Embedding Impunity Ken Setiawan; 14.The Industrial Relations Court: Challenges for Labour Rights Surya Tjandra; 15. The Media: Megaspectacles and Transparency in the Courts Ross Tapsell and Sita Dewi; 16. Lev on the Links Between Legal Evolution, Political Change and Activism Frank Munger; Epilogue Fritz Siregar.