Chris Hardjasa is an associate in the Litigation practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm's London office.
Ms. Hardjasa counsels clients on a wide range of domestic and international litigation and regulatory matters. Her practice includes advising companies on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance programs and internal investigations, as well as white-collar criminal defense.
Ms. Hardjasa earned her law degree at Georgetown University Law Center, where she was the Submissions Editor for the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy. She earned a B.A. in the Honours History Programme at the University of British Columbia. Ms. Hardjasa is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia and the state of Virginia.
- Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2009
- University of Cincinnati College of Law, Tenant Information Project
- University of British Columbia, B.A. Honours History, 2006
- Approaching Self-Reporting & Co-operation Standards in U.S., U.K. & French Enforcement - December 15th, 2020
- PH COVID-19 Client Alert Series: Rethinking Approaches to Detecting and Investigating for Life Sciences Companies - April 13th, 2020
- What the SFO Looks For in a Compliance Programme—New Guidance Published January 2020 - January 23rd, 2020
- Government Missteps Have Created Leverage For Corporations - June 21st, 2013
- Quarterly FCPA Report: First Quarter 2011 - April 7th, 2011
- Quarterly FCPA Report: Fourth Quarter 2010 - January 18th, 2011
- Quarterly FCPA Report: Third Quarter 2010 - September 30th, 2010
- Quarterly FCPA Report: Second Quarter 2010 - July 8th, 2010
- Quarterly FCPA Report - April 7th, 2010
Engagement & Publications
- Quarterly FCPA Report: First Quarter 2011 (April 7, 2011)
- Quarterly FCPA Report: Fourth Quarter 2010 (January 18, 2011)
- Quarterly FCPA Report: Third Quarter 2010 (September 30, 2010)
- Quarterly FCPA Report: Second Quarter 2010 (July 8, 2010)
- Quarterly FCPA Report: First Quarter 2010 (April 7, 2010)
- She is a member of the International Law Section of the American Bar Association.
- Ms. Hardjasa has worked on a variety of pro bono matters, including issues and cases involving abused and neglected children as well as asylum claims.
- Ms. Hardjasa also works with the International Legal Resource Center, a division of the ABA which provides worldwide technical legal assistance to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)’s offices around the world.
- Ms Hardjasa has also assisted in staffing the International Law Institute’s course on government integrity and anti-corruption initiatives.