Fadi Hakura manages the Turkey Project at Chatham House. Before joining Chatham House, he qualified as a solicitor in the City of London. Earlier he completed an internship at the European Commission and worked in the World Bank’s office in Brussels.
He gives interviews on Turkey to a number of international media organizations, including Al-Jazeera, BBC, Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, the Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian and Reuters.
|2018 -||Consulting Fellow, Europe, Chatham House|
|2005-18||Associate Fellow, Europe, Chatham House|
|2005 -||Guest Lecturer on EU-Turkey Accession, Masters Programme, University College London|
|2001 -||Founder, Conkura Consulting (a legal and management consultancy)|
|2000-2001||European Counsellor, World Bank and Policy Counsellor for 'Programme for Private Participation in Mediterranean Infrastructure', World Bank|
|1999-2000||Lawyer, Competition Directorate-General, European Commission|
|1997-1999||Trainee Solicitor, Eversheds LLP (Solicitors). Qualified as an English Solicitor in September 1999|