Reputation matters to us. We respond to our clients’ need with the highest level of service and integrity benchmarked against the best international legal firms
SokSiphana&associates was founded in 1998 by Dr Sok Siphana, one of the most respected lawyers and corporate figures in Cambodia. Soon after that, he was invited by the government to serve as the Secretary of State, Ministry of Commerce, Royal Government of Cambodia from 1999 to 2005. In 2009, he resumed practice and the firm was reconstituted.
Since then, the firm has quickly risen to be one of the most prominent legal firms in the country. We are a now full service legal firm, providing the whole spectrum of corporate and commercial work. Our clients range from leading international corporate entities to progressive local businesses and banks.
A unique value add we offer is our deep connection to the development of our country and economic trends, combined with a keen appreciation of regional and global issues.
Our philosophy is simple – we are committed to help clients with effective, forward-thinking business strategy while mitigating possible risks. To maintain our firm’s highest level of service and integrity, we constantly benchmark ourselves against the best international legal firms.
In July 2012, SokSiphana&associates officially became a member of the ZICOlaw network, a network of independent leading law firms with a presence in 17 cities across Southeast Asia and Australia. This is a significant milestone for us as this means we have unlimited access to the vast legal expertise, resources and market insights in all the countries that ZICOlaw operates in.
As a member of this network, we continue to advise private and public companies, government agencies, partnerships, international energy companies and others in a wide spectrum of domestic and cross-border deals and transactions. Members firm also regularly collaborate and jointly advise in practices such as Islamic Financing, Privatisation, Infrastructure Projects Development and Financing and Regulatory Reforms.