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Koy Neam (Mr.)

ID 023
#63, Phum Borey 100 Khnorng,
Sangkat Teuk Thla, Khan Sen Sok,
Phnom Penh.
(855) 12 811 991

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 Experiences
  • 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 nongovernmental 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
  • Khmer, English and French