About Parichart Munsgool
Parichart Munsgool is a Judge of the Research Division of the Environmental Division of the Supreme Court of Thailand.
Her previous positions include: Presiding Judge of the Phuket Provincial Court, Secretary of the Central Intellectual Property and International Trade Court, and Judge of the Office of the President of the Supreme Court. She has been a judge since 2004.
After graduation from law school, Judge Munsgool worked as an Official Receiver at the Legal Execution Department, Ministry of Justice. She then moved to the Bank of Thailand, working as a legal officer in its litigation department. Her responsibilities included prosecution of financial institution executives and other crimes relating to Thailand’s financial stability.
Before joining the judiciary, Judge Parichart served as a public prosecutor of the Office of the Attorney General.
While serving as trial judge, Parichart Munsgool mediated disputes in her courtroom and often referred cases to the court’s mediators. Many of these cases, both civil and criminal, were successfully settled. She was also assigned to co-mediate complex cases involving international parties.
While she was the Secretary of the Central Intellectual Property and International Trade Court, Judge Munsgool registered the Court’s mediators and categorized their expertise for the first time. She further served as the Secretary of the Court’s Mediation Recruiting Committee.