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Arbitrator Seng Vuoch Hun: Optimism Brings Success

1. Please share with us your family background? I was born in 1977 in Kompong Cham province. My parents are middle-class vendors. I have three sisters and one brother, and I am the second child. Under the guardianship of my parents, I have had full access to education. I have consistently won ... read more
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Are You Ready for Your Case?

Some Case Preparation Tips Effective case preparation is very important to assist the Arbitration Council (AC)’s arbitrators to make a just and reason-based decision in accordance with law. It is during the open and supportive forum of the hearing that parties have the opportunity to have lively ... read more
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Arbitrator Sok Mathoeung: I Have Longed to See a Developed Cambodia

Dr. Sok Mathoeung is referred by almost all arbitrators and staff members at the Arbitration Council Office as “Mentor”. This reference does not reflect that they are all his students or former ones, but it shows the sense of respects for his seniority at the AC and the Arbitration Council ... read more
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Arbitrator Ang Eng Thong: A Long Life Journey

Arbitrator Ang Eng Thong was born in 1939 in Traing village, Kompong Klaing  commune, Chy Kreng district (currently referred to as Sot Nikum), Siem Reap province, to a fishing family who worked on the Tonle Sap River. He was born and rasied in a period of great commotion and rapid change in ... read more
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Sustainability of the Arbitration Council

The Arbitration Council (AC) was established in May 2003 to provide free labour dispute resolution services to both workers and employers. During its 13 years of services, AC has assisted more than one million workers and employers and resolved more than 2500 collective labour disputes. AC has ... read more