Raksa is a Senior Consultant and a member of DFDL’s Corporate and Commercial practice group based in Phnom Penh.
She works with a broad range of clients on employment, labour, immigration and employee privacy matters. She previously worked supporting and advising the Arbitration Council and joined the ILO in Better Factories Cambodia where her work focused on social compliance and improving labour standards and conditions.
Raksa has advised on several workforce restructuring situations, represented clients in industrial disputes, and has extensive experience working in a range of major commercial sectors, including aviation, food and beverages, gaming, hospitality, garment, textiles and footwear, embassies, international NGOs and government agencies.
Raksa is an active contributor to various publications, including Freshfield Asia Employment Law, the Law Review, Thomson Reuters news agency, ELA Employer Handbook, Ashurst Employment Handbook, and Bloomberg Labour Chapter.
She holds a master’s degree in Labour Law and Corporate Governance from the University of Bristol and a master’s degree in Public International Law from the Transnational Law and Business University in Seoul.
She also has a bachelor’s degree in Law from the Royal University of Law and Economics in Cambodia, and a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Cambodia.