Lady Gifty Tetteh is a practicing barrister and the head of chambers at Chambers of G.D. Tetteh–UK. She is a member of the Honorable Society of the Middle Temple and the first black woman and the youngest to set up chambers in the prestigious Honorable Society of the Middle Temple. She is a solicitor and barrister of the Supreme Court of Ghana. Lady Gifty is also the CEO of Rehoboth Chambers (Tetteh and Tetteh Advocates) in Ghana and appointed a notary public in Ghana. She holds a master of law degree in oil and gas (LLM) from the Robert Gordon University – Aberdeen. Lady Gifty is a listed counsel at the International Criminal Court – The Hague. She regularly gives lectures, and participates in workshops for local authorities across the UK on child/human trafficking, among other topics. She mentors up-and-coming professionals, particularly within the legal sector both in the UK and Ghana. She is multilingual, having studied at the Hungarian Law School in the early 1990s. She is a trustee for multiple charities in the UK; a board member and legal advisor for the Tetteh Quarshie Cocoa Foundation in Ghana; and a patron of the Ghana Education Project. She was recently appointed to the advisory board of the Heritage and Cultural Society of Africa – HACSA.