About Me

Hello visitors,

My name is Phalthy Hap, a lecturer in law at the Royal University of Law and Economics in Phnom Penh.

This page will tell you  more about me, my personal background, my point of view and so on. Therefore if you are interested in, please have a look. (Last updated November 14, 2016)

Thanks a lot that you spend your precious time visiting my website!

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             Resumé  

Name               : Phalthy Hap

Nationality      : Khmer

Marital Status:Married

Date of Birth  : January 13, 1973 (Officially May 05, 1975)

Place of Birth : Kampong Cham Province, Cambodia

Address          : Monivong Blvd., Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkamon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. P.O. Box 842

Tel                  : 855-16 846622

Email              : hphalthy@yahoo.com

Website          : https://phalthy.wordpress.com

Work experiences:

May. 2011- Now: Vice Director of Graduate Program, Royal University of Law and Economics, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

2004 – May 2011:   Lecturer of Law, Royal University of Law and Economics, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

1997 – 2004:   Lecturer of Science in Chemistry, National Institute of Education (Formerly Faculty of Pedagogy), Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Education:

Oct. 2007 – Sept. 2010:     Doctor of Laws, Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University, Japan.

2005 – Sept. 2007:    Master of Laws (LL.M.), Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University, Japan.

2000 – 2004:           Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), Royal University of Law and Economics, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

1996 – 1997:   Diploma of Secondary School Teacher Training, Faculty of Pedagogy, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
1991-1996:     Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Chemistry, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Short Term Training Courses:

Sept. 17-18, 2016:                  2016 ALIN General Meeting and International Conference, Macau, China

Mar. 28-30, 2016:                   The AUN-QA International Conference and AUN-QA CQOs Meeting, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Mar. 1-10, 2016:                     8th Knowledge Co-Creation Program for Civil Code and Code of Civil Procedure Dissemination Project in Cambodia, Tokyo, Japan.

Feb. 5-6, 2016: Evidence in Patirimonial Law, RULE, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Feb. 20-21, 2016: Basic Laws in Practice: From General Codification to Detail, PUC,

Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Dec. 7-11, 2015: University Leadership and Management Training Course, phase 2,

Hochiminh, Viet Nam.

 

Nov. 19-20, 2015: Social Return on Investment Workshop and 4th AUN-USR&S Steering Committee Meeting at favehotel, Langkawi, Malaysia.
Nov. 4, 2015: 2015 Asian Legislative Experts Symposium at Mellenium Seoul

Hilton Hotel, Seoul, Korea.

October 5-16, 2015:                The Professional Development Course on Monitoring and Evaluation of Quality Management Projects in Higher Education, Bangkok, Thailand.

Sept. 17-18, 2015:                  2015 ALIN General Meeting and International Conference on

“Law and Policy on Social Economy in Asian Countries” Seoul, Korea.

August 9-21, 2015:                 University Leadership and Management Training Course under UNILEAD South East Asia 2015, Hochiminh, Vietnam.

Mar. 31-Apr. 1, 2015:            AUN-QA workshop and Chief Quality Officer Meeting, Hanoi, Vietnam.

Dec. 15-19, 2014:                   DIES Grant Proposal Writing Courses Workshop, Bangkok, Thailand (Workshop 2).

Dec. 12-13, 2014:                   International Conference on Land Tenure Security, Hochi Minh, Vietnam.

Oct. 19-31, 2014:                    Fifth Training Course for Civil Code and Civil Procedural Code Dissemination Project in Cambodia, Tokyo, Japan.

Sep. 17-18, 2014:                    The 10th Annual ALIN General Meeting and 2014 International

Conference on “Phases of Legal Development in Relation with Economic Model,” Seoul, Korea.

Jun. 30-Jul. 4, 2014:               DIES Grant Proposal Writing Courses Workshop, Bangkok, Thailand (Workshop 1).

June 12, 2014:                         The 9th ALIN Expert Forum on “Land Rights Law in Asian Law Countries,” Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

May 12-18, 2014:                   Special Lecture on “Cambodia’s Development Challenges: Legal Technical Assistance” and “Legal Education in Cambodia: The Case of RULE,” Nagoya, Japan.

March 4-5, 2014:                    AUN-QA workshop and Chief Quality Officer Meeting, Manila, The Philippines.

Jan. 23-24, 2014:                    Phayao Research Conference, Phayao, Thailand

Dec. 19, 2013:                         International Conference on Land Statute, Vientiane, Laos

Oct. 9-11, 2013:                      Stakeholder Conference, organized by DAAD and AUN, Bangkok, Thailand.

Feb. 17-March 2, 2013:          First Training Course for Civil Code and Civil Procedural Code Dissemination Project in Cambodia, Osaka, Japan.

Feb. 8-14, 2013:                      Special Lecture on the Development of Cambodian Land Laws and Other Relevant Issues, Nagoya University, Japan.

Oct. 26, 2012:                         International Conference on Law, Culture, and History of East Asia, Seoul, Korea.

Oct. 22-24, 2012:                    Workshop on Internal Quality Assurance-Part III, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

Sept. 22-23, 2012:                  International Conference on Economic Growth and Changes of Corporate Environment in Asia, New Delhi, India.

March 19-23, 2012:                Workshop on Internal and External Quality Assurance-Part II, Potsdam, Germany.

January 5-6, 2012:                  AUN-QA workshop and Chief Quality Officer Meeting, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

December 21, 2011:                International Conference on Transition Countries’ Law and Green Growth, Seoul, Korea.

October 16-21, 2011:              Training Workshop on Quality Assurance, Bangkok, Thailand

March 10-11, 2011:                Advocacy Skills Workshop, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

February 9 –25, 2005:            The Intellectual Property Rights Training Course for the Senior Management, Tokyo, Japan.

Sept. 27–October 8, 2004:      International Trade Course, Royal University of Law and Economics, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

September 22 – 23, 2004:       English Professional Development Course, Royal University of Law and Economics, Phnom Penh.

August 4 – 10, 2003:             Trainer Training Course on Experiment Guideline

Implementation for Chemistry, Faculty of Pedagogy, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

March 12 – June 8, 2002:       Individual Training Course in Science Education Planning,

Mie University, Mie Prefecture, Japan.

January 15 – July 15, 2000:   English Language Pedagogy, Faculty of Law and

Economics, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

January 13 – 17, 1999:          Science Laboratory Management, Royal University of

Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

 

Publication:

Hap, Phalthy. Kamrang chbab ning likhet patortthan kateyuth pakporn ning deithly ning nokoropaniyakam [Compilation of Laws and Legal Regulations Relating to Land and Urbanization], third edition. Phnom Penh: Chorkchey, 2015.

Hap, Phalthy. Kamrang chbab ning likhet patortthan kateyuth pakporn ning deithly [Compilation of Laws and Legal Regulations Relating to Land], second edition. Phnom Penh: Chorkchey, 2014.

Hap, Phalthy. “Law Enforcement Towards Squatters in Cambodia.” KLRI Journal of Law and Legislation. 2013.

Hap, Phalthy. “The Legal Analysis of the Impact of Economic Land Concessions on Cambodia’s Economy.” Joint Research between the Korea Legislation Research Institute and the Royal University of Law and Economics, 2012.

Hap, Phalthy. “Land Law and Sustainable Development in Cambodia.” in Transition Countries’ Law and Green Growth, compiled by Seoul National University Law School for International Conference. Seoul: KLRI, December 21, 2011.

Hap, Phalthy. “The Implementation of Cambodia’s Laws on Land Tenure.” in Cambodian Yearbook of Comparative Legal Studies, edited by Teilee Kuong. Vol. 2. Hong Kong: IL Virtue Unions Publisher, 2011.

Hap, Phalthy. Kunathor ney kar seksa sravchreav [Academic Honesty]. Phnom Penh, 2011.

Hap, Phalthy, trans. in Khmer. Legal Terminology. Phnom Penh: Day&night, 2010.

Hap, Phalthy. Kamrang chbab ning likhet patortthan kateyuth pakporn ning deithly [Compilation of Laws and Legal Regulations Relating to Land]. Phnom Penh, 2010.

Hap, Phalthy and Sauth Em. Vithysas bangrien: Chumnuoy smaradei dal krou mathyum seksa [Teaching Methodology: A Complementary to Secondary School Teachers]. Phnom Penh, 2003.

Sieng, Sovanna, Phalthy Hap and Seng Set. Pisort vityeasas: Kimivityea, Chiveakvityea, Roupvityea [Science Experiment: Chemistry, Biology, Physics], vol. 2. Phnom Penh, December 2002.

Sieng, Sovanna and Phalthy Hap. Pisort vityeasas: Kimivityea, Chiveakvityea, Roupvityea [Science Experiment: Chemistry, Biology, Physics], vol. 1. Phnom Penh, November 2001.

Hobbies and interests:  Reading books, newspapers; watching news; and sightseeing

Personal Points of View:

– Don’t be proud of the past and present success but  be always prepared for the future success. (December 4, 2006)

– Love cannot be determined just by word, but by real conduct of anyone. However, the evaluation of someone’s love can be done only at the end of his/her life. (December 8, 2006)

– To criticize someone else is easy but to be criticized is hard to accept. Unless you accept critics from others, you will never improve yourself. (December 11, 2006)

Generally, people can mostly enjoy happiness with you but hardly share sadness with you. Thus those who can fulfill the latter can be your best friends. (July 2, 2007)

– I don’t expect other people think the same as what I think, but I think that other people can do what I can do. (February 11, 2008)

To have a rational thought and plan is good but what is more important than that is to put it into practice. Without implementing your thought it is hard to realize that you are good or bad. (February 23, 2009)

-If I am allowed to say a few words to all, I will say “please listen, observe and think before you start saying your words about things you see to others.” (September 11, 2010)

-You don’t need to try to make people understand you but make them understand what you are doing. It will take time and you must be even more patient! (November 14, 2016)

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35 Responses to About Me

  1. AING Sovannroath says:

    Hi teacher,
    Do you recognize me? maybe not, right? I’m Sovannroath, one of your english student in Classe Préparatoire at RULE.

    I just got your information from bang Pheakdey.
    Now, i’m in Lyon with many other khmer students.
    I hope you will keep in touch with me.

    Best wishes,
    Sovannroath

  2. vuthy says:

    that is right sometimes it is very hard to accept criticism from others even we have a felling we already prepare to accept it. it also need experiences. we have to practice it until we can accept it naturally withouth any resentment.
    ^^0^^

  3. SEAN Danin says:

    Dear Brother,

    I am very supprised to first see your home page. Thank you for giving me your website address so that I can enjoy with it and look for useful information. It is well designed. I like it, anyway.

    I hope we still keep in touch.

    Best regards,

    Danin

  4. phalthy says:

    Thank you for your interest on my website. I hope you will give me more comments to improve it.

    Phalthy

  5. seng says:

    Dear Brother,
    Here I present you a lovely song. I hope you like it!

  6. Samrach says:

    hi pou,

    Nice blog and meaning personal points of view”Love cannot be determined just by word, but by real conduct of anyone” I think i used to got this kind of sentence which there a man always said to me. Maybe i did not treat him well somehow…

  7. Phalthy says:

    Dear Samrach,

    Thank you for your comment on my personal point of view. You are absolutely right to be careful with men who usually use sentimentally wording expressions to you. Your careful judgment will lead you to have a right bright future.

    Phalthy

  8. Lim Ly Hong says:

    Dear bong Phalthy,
    Hello from Cambodia!I just got the your website from Bunkheang, and I immediatedly opened it.I really praise you so much for your wonderful ideas and useful information.Yeah, I am also one of those who love sharing ideas and information too. I just would like to appreciate you and consider you my good sample for my future.See you!

  9. Cateewaybak says:

    Truthful words, some authentic words dude. Totally made my day.

  10. sokheounpang says:

    “Pleasant words are adorned, direct words are real, bitter words are medicine, sweet words cause disease.” Shang Yang, a Prime Minister of Wei Kingdom ( China ) and a political philosopher.

    Thank for your blog for I find some interesting land laws.

  11. Shan Juhas says:

    I like the layout of your blog and I’m going to do the same thing for mine. Do you have any tips? Please PM ME on yahoo @ AmandaLovesYou702

  12. phalthy says:

    Thanks for your interest.
    If you want to follow the same layout as mine, you can go ‘Appearance’ and then ‘Contempt’

    Phalthy

  13. Saysavanh says:

    Happy Lao New Year 2010 and kmer New year 2010
    I am Lao student ,Master 1 ,thanks for your Best wishes, in my point of view, Cambodia and Laos are not only neiboring country but we are family , we shared border and the semilar cultures, you are my repected borther even i just knw you for a few months.
    Wish you happy, healthy and success all the time.
    From your lao younger brother
    Saysavanh or Air

  14. Nimol says:

    Dear teacher! How are you? Do you still rememember me?
    Miss you so much.

  15. rina says:

    Hi, Teacher! How have you been?
    Happy new year 2011.Wish you and your families succeed all everything.

  16. Ny Sochea says:

    Dear teacher

    I’m Sochea who study at rule university. Class L2B7. I really enjoyed to study with you, not only me all my classmate proud of your teaching. Hope to study with teacher again.

    Faithfully you

    Ms Ny Sochea

  17. Sauth says:

    Very good Dr. Good philosophy with good, real man, true man, super man

  18. Muyleng Lim says:

    Hello teacher,
    My name is Muyleng. I’m a year 4 student at RULE. Now I want to apply for a scholarship to study L.L.M in Japan. I’m now having trouble with filling the application and writing the study plan. I’ve heard that you used to study in Japan; therefore, I’m sure you could give me some advice and help me with this problem.
    Thank you in advance. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.
    Best regards.

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  21. Savan says:

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  22. Phengoer says:

    Hi Teacher! This is Ey Pheng. Thank you very much for your sharing the information. Student at Rule Master degree in P.A(9.1A)(Terme 3). Thank your.

  23. Loeung Vannak says:

    Dear Professor,

    My name is Loeung Vannak, MPA weekend student room H23. Here I would like to say few things:

    1. I would like to thank for your personal great effort to reach doctoral degree. It means that you are a great resource to help developing our Country specifically and for the world in general.

    2. I am pleased to study with you. Research Methodology, the subject i lost while i attended my BA. This is the main subject which helps me a lot for my further study and research.

    3. I am really appreciated the way you do in class and encourage students to love researching in any fields. Any also thanks for this page which contains useful documents.

    I hope our country will have more capable and professional people like you.

    Please kindly accept my warm regards,

    Vannak

  24. Sin Titseiha says:

    Dear Professor,

    I’m Sin Titseiha, MPL weekday student.
    I’m strongly support on what Vannak has said.
    For me, I’d like to thanks for your effort in order to reinforce education system in RULE and also in Cambodia.

    With best regards,
    Seiha

  25. Chan Sitha says:

    Dear Professor,
    I’m Sitha. I’m now studying MFM10A1. Thank you for your effort in education system in Cambodia. I like all of your view points which are really meaningful to mean. You are my good example. You know your webpage provides valuable information to me and I believe it also give important information to others too.
    I really appreciate your great job to contribute to Cambodian as well as the whole country.

    Best Regards,
    Chan Sitha

  26. Ratha Try says:

    I just know you at first time on 1st – Oct -2014. I like your smile

  27. Taing BunHong says:

    TaingBunHong
    I have read your profile and I founded that you are hard-working person. I am so admired you.

  28. hem sinoch says:

    Hello teacher , My name Hem Sinoch, a former student English with you in 1998-2002 Economics. Nice to see you again

    Regards,

  29. roumdoul says:

    This is a very nice blog i’ve ever seen. I’m very excited to read your point of view. It makes my life brighter. Thank for giving me hope to live in the future. I will try my best to become a teacher like you. You’re my idol and i’m your fan ^^

  30. Hap says:

    i’m gonna follow at least 4 of your personal point of view !!!
    Ly Bunhak,
    CamEd
    Group E

  31. Khem Rathana says:

    thank so much teacher for sharing vital documents of law to us .
    you are my role model

  32. Kev Sidoeun says:

    So much thanks, Cher! for your kindness and hard work for us. And wish you good every time. From me, SiDoeurn(L4B2)

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