He earned a bachelor degree in law from University of Indonesia in 2003 and completed taxation education Brevet A and B from University of Indonesia.
He started his career as an advocate in Indonesian Legal Aid and Human Rights Association (PBHI) in 2003. Before establishing Sihaloho & Co., he worked as a partner of a number of law firms and was one of co-founders of Indonesian Human Rights Committee for Social Justice (IHCS) and the founder of Bhinneka Institute.
He is one of the executive members at The Indonesian Advocates Association’s (PERADI) South Jakarta branch and member of the ethics committee at The Indonesian Commodity Futures Trading Association (ASPEBTINDO).
He has a wealth of comprehensive experience in handling both general and specific criminal cases. Specific criminal cases include political offences, corruption, mining, land, plantation, construction, taxation, commodity futures trading, labor, press, disputes over the results of general elections as well as judicial reviews at both Constitutional Court and Supreme Court.