Betty Mould-Idrissu is a versatile lawyer with a Master’s degree in Law (LLM) from the London School of Economics and Political Science and LSE from London University in and BL from the Ghana School of Law. She worked in several capacities at the Ministry of Justice , rising through the ranks to Chief State Attorney. She headed the Administration of Intellectual Property Rights (Copy Rights). She was in charge at the Ministry’s International Law Division. In she was appointed the Director of the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Division at the Commonwealth Secretariat. She is currently the Chairperson for the African Women Lawyers Association which she-co founded with several leading African women lawyers, has an active well established Ghana Office. Under her chair, AWLA initiated and executed national and regional projects in the area of Gender and Child Rights.