is a partner at Reindorf Chambers, a top law firm in Ghana. She has been in legal practice for over 33 years and has provided advice in various aspects of Ghanaian law including in the areas of commercial law, employment law, and property law. She has extensive dispute resolution experience. Doe started her law practice with the Attorney-General’s Office in Ghana where she advised state institutions in civil matters. There, she also worked with the Public Agreements Board which vetted all agreements to which state institutions were party to ensure that they were compliant with the law and served the national interest. Doe was educated at the University of Ghana where she obtained an LLB and subsequently, Newnham College, Cambridge and Harvard Law School, from both of which she obtained LLM degrees. She is a member of the Ghana Bar and the International Council for Commercial Arbitration.