Tetevi joined Chambers as a First-Six Pupil in April 2021. His Pupil Supervisor is Dominic Thomas.
Prior to starting his pupillage, Tetevi was assisting a London-based firm of criminal solicitors acting for the defendants in an international SFO bribery investigation involving British nationals and key figures in a West African government. Alongside this work, he was a rapporteur for Oxford International Organizations, where his research focused on international criminal and international human rights law. Tetevi was the 2018 Lincoln's Inn Nicolas Bratza visiting scholar to the European Court of Human Rights. In this role, his work was divided between the Court’s Research Division, the Office of the President and he also undertook research for the British judge, Tim Eicke. He has also interned in the Legal Advisory Section of the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court and in the Appeals Chamber of the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.
Tetevi has published two articles with Professor Jeremy Sarkin, former Chair-Rapporteur of the UN Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances, relating to transitional justice and has written for several legal blogs, including EJIL! Talk, Opinio Juris and the OxHRH blog. He holds an LLM in international law from the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands and a degree in Law with French and French Law from the University of Nottingham. He sits on the Executive Committee of the Human Rights Lawyers’ Association.
Year of Call: 2019
- 2018: Bar Professional Training Course - BPP Law School, London (Very Competent)
- 2016: Certificate in Public International Law - Hague Academy of International Law
- 2013: LLM, Public International Law - Maastricht University
- 2012: BA, Law with French and French Law - University of Nottingham
- Nicholas Bratza Scholarship (2018), Lincoln’s Inn
- Tancred Scholarship (2017), Lincoln’s Inn
- Hardwicke Scholarship (2017), Lincoln’s Inn
- Human Rights Lawyers' Association (Executive Committee)
- International Law Association
- Criminal Bar Association
Languages: French (Fluent), Arabic (Basic)