Lady Gifty Tetteh is a barrister and the Head of Chambers/CEO at Chambers of GD Tetteh in the UK, she is a member the Honorable Society of the Middle Temple and the first black woman to set up Chambers in the Middle Temple. She is also a Solicitor and Barrister of the Supreme Court of Ghana, Lady Tetteh is the CEO of Rehoboth Chambers’ (Tetteh and Tetteh Advocates) in Ghana.
She holds a law degree LLB (Hons) from the London Guildhall University, a postgraduate certificate from the University of West of England –UWE – Bristol and a Master of Laws Degree in Oil and Gas (LLM) from the Robert Gordon University – Aberdeen. Lady Tetteh is a listed Counsel/Advocate at the International Criminal Court – The Hague. She regularly participates in workshops and lectures for local authorities across the UK on child/human trafficking & safeguarding children and the law generally. She is a mentor in both personal and professional capacity to pupils and students at tertiary education level as well as the up and coming professionals in particular within the legal sector both in the UK and in Ghana. She is a girl child mentor with the Menfyd foundation in Ghana.
She is also a member of the International Chamber of Commerce-Ghana, Chartered Institute of Arbitration and Energy Institute and the International Bar Association.