Hoodah Abrahams-Fayker, is an attorney who has local and international legal experience having worked and presented extensively in this area. She has, in recent years, made significant strides in advancing women's rights in South Africa.
Hoodah began her career at the Legal Aid Board before spending time in the UK, where she worked as a legal consultant at the London-based law firms of Herbert Smith and Clifford Chance. On her return to South Africa she managed a large branch of Legal Wise and extended her experience in the property sector at a firm of attorneys specialising in conveyancing and administration of estates. She worked as a senior attorney for the Women's Legal Centre, working towards advancing women's rights through impact litigation. She holds a BA degree from the University of Cape Town and an LLB degree from the University of the Western Cape.