Koy Neam

Arbitrator ID: 023

Phone Contact: (855) 12 811 991

Email Address: koy.neam@gmail.com

Education and Professional Membership

  • Graduated from University of San Francisco of Law
  • Master of Law in Comparative Law and International Transaction
  • Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from University of Technology
  • Successfully passed numerous short courses, including in labor and commercial arbitration; advance negotiation sponsored by UNDP and Consensus Building Institute (MIT-Harvard Public Disputes Program) Project in Controlled Environment, accredited by APM Group (England); International Labor Standards and Productivity Improvement and Enterprise Development ILO International Training Center (Turin, Italy); International Courts and Tribunals, Victory University of Wellington (New Zealand); Intellectual Property Law and Transfer of Technology, Mekong Regional Law Center, sponsored by the Japanese Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Bangkok, Thailand); Orientation to American Laws, University of San Francisco School of Law; Internship with Bar of Lyon (France)
  • A member of the Bar Association of the Kingdom of Cambodia and has been elected twice to the Bar Council
  • Presently a labor arbitrator of the Arbitration Council
  • Commercial arbitrator of NCAC
  • A founding partner of KN Legal Consulting Firm

Current Position

  • Attorney and Partner of KN Legal Consulting, labor arbitrator with the Arbitration Council
  • Commercial Arbitrator with NCAC

Professional Experience

  • Has experience in arbitration and mediating labor disputes since 2013
  • Successfully held positions in managing programs at the Asia Foundation and UNDP since 1993
  • Law lecturer in various faculties and provided legal advices to non-governmental organizations, companies and individuals
  • Was appointed as editor-in-chief of the Bar Bulletin
  • Has authored numerous books and articles: English-Khmer Law Dictionary (1994 and 1997), Introduction to the Cambodian Judicial Process (1997), Prosecutorial Institution: A history and Comparative Study (2005), Company Laws (2016), and many other articles in the Metheavy Bulletin, published by the Bar Association of the Kingdom of Cambodia

Language Proficiency

Khmer, English and French