Noor Hamadeh

Noor Hamadeh is a former Nonresident Fellow at TIMEP focusing on business and human rights in Syria and across the region. She is a Syrian-American lawyer and co-host of the Branch 251 podcast. She is currently consulting on a number of Syrian legal projects. Prior to this, Ms. Hamadeh was the Head of the Human Rights and Business Unit at the Syrian Legal Development Programme (SLDP). She holds a JD from the George Washington University Law School. Ms. Hamadeh has also completed a legal fellowship with the Public International Law & Policy Group (PILPG), where she served on the Syria Negotiations Support team in Istanbul and Washington D.C. and provided negotiations support to members of the Syrian opposition in Astana. She has additionally completed internships with the Resettlement Unit of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Washington D.C. and Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights. You can follow her on Twitter at @noor_ham12.

Articles by: Noor Hamadeh

Risk and Reward: Legal Identity Documentation in the Syrian Civil War

During the Syrian civil war, the task of registering and documenting life-cycle events and property transactions has been fulfilled not only by the Syrian state but by a range of other actors.

The Koblenz Trial: Transitional Justice and the Work Ahead

The trial in Koblenz, which led to the conviction of a former regime official earlier this year, may represent a first step, or “a drop in the ocean,” towards what it will...