Advocate Tseli Khiba is a practicing legal practitioner based in Maseru, Lesotho. She obtained a Bachelor of Commerce in Law (BCom Law) degree from the University of the Free State, a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and Masters of Laws – specializing in Commercial Law from the University of Cape Town. She has gained significant international experience through partaking in an international exchange program at Bucerius Law School, in Hamburg Germany and her role on the legal team that represented the Kingdom of Lesotho in commercial arbitration proceedings in Singapore. Tseli has worked on various commercial projects, ranging from construction and property development to the emerging cannabis industry. Her research interests include cannabis regulation, corporate governance and compliance, international trade, and investment law and regional integration.
Tseli Khiba is a legal practitioner and cannabis advocate working out of Maseru, Lesotho. In this new Canneconomy feature, “Letters from Lesotho,” Tseli shares her experiences from abroad. Tseli recently returned from the 63rd session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) put on by the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) in Vienna. Here are a few of her take-aways.
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