The quality of a program is only as good as the quality of the lecturers. It is essential to know your lecturer and his or her qualifications and experience. Our lecturers are based in Cambodia to best serve students.

Lecturers at CamEd Business School are internationally qualified, experienced lecturers selected through a rigorous evaluation process. All lecturers are subject matter experts with real world experience with leading companies and institutions.
Dr. Phin Sovath
Teaching Cambodian Business Law
Dr. Sovath holds a Doctor of Laws from Nagoya University in Japan. He has a broad range of business law experience in Cambodia and is currently a Senior Legal Advisor at Bun & Associates. Previously, he was an Advisor at DFDL Mekong. He has worked in the areas of intellectual property, contract law, project finance, secured transactions, and corporate law. Dr. Sovath also holds a BBA in Management and is a member of the National Commercial Arbitration Centre.
CHHUN Sambath
Teaching Cambodian Business Law
Sambath is a Deputy Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Cambodia, a position he has held since 2008. Sambath earned his Master of Strategy and Management from Lyon 3 University (France). He was appointed by the royal government as a higher education lecturer at the Royal University of Law and Economics in 2003. He was also appointed to be a member of the National Accounting Council since 2011.
Prum Virak, PhD
Teaching Diploma in Cambodian Business Law
Dr. Virak PRUM is a well-known figure in the legal community and brings with him over 10 years of international academic and work experience in the fields of law and international development. He has served in various leadership positions including being a senior political officer at the British Embassy, a senior legal consultant, a Dean of a law faculty, a public affairs specialist at the United States Embassy, a policy advisor for an international organization and an Associate Dean of a college of social sciences. Dr. Virak has published articles in various peer-reviewed journals on decentralization, public administration and climate change. He has also authored many opinion pieces on Phnom Penh Post on constitutional law, administrative law, international economic law and competition. Dr. Virak is a frequent speaker and acts as a legal expert at numerous conferences and workshops and teaches at the Royal Academy for Judicial Professions.
Dr. Virak received his law degree in 2000, a Master of Law in 2003 from Nagoya University (Japan) and a PhD in international development in 2006 also from Nagoya University. He also received a graduate certificate in human resources management from George Brown College, Canada, in 2008. He speaks English, French and Khmer professionally and can carry on conversation in Japanese.