Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are a growing policy option through which governments in Africa seeks to bridge the gap between infrastructure, social service provisions, limited state resources, and competing socioeconomic planning needs. This chapter examines the role that the legal profession could have in developing regulatory frameworks. It presents the Ghanaian situation and offers some policy pointers that may be of use elsewhere. The chapter explores the role and input that the legal profession may provide towards a PPP regulatory framework in Ghana because a PPP law has been mooted, and drafters, consultants. As part of the build-up towards a formal legal regime, the Ghana Bar Association must spearhead the formation of a committee to draft and launch a code to guide PPP in Ghana. This committee must be made up of members from the Bar Association, Association of Ghana Industries, the Chamber of Commerce, and business advocacy groups.