Hilton Zunckel is a director and trade practitioner with Trade Law Chambers. He is also an external associate with the World Trade Institute Advisors (Geneva). He has previously formed part of South Africa’s representation to the WTO Committee on Agriculture, the International Grains Council, the International Food Aid Convention and Southern African Customs Union (SACU) negotiating forums. Hilton has also contributed meaningfully to capacity building in Africa while serving as a senior researcher with the Trade Law Centre for Southern Africa (tralac). He continues to serve as an external faculty member to several Southern African universities, and contributes to academic and analytical studies on trade issues. Hilton holds a Masters degree in International Law and Economics from Switzerland’s World Trade Institute. He completed his grain trade training with the Canadian International Grains Institute in Winnipeg. Hilton is originally a graduate of the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS) South Africa, in financial accounting and law.