I served as a law clerk at the Constitutional Court. It was a significant time in my career because not only did I leave the court a better lawyer, but also a proud South African. The court offered me, and still does, an emotional sanctuary. It is where I found solace and chose to pay my last respects to former president Nelson Mandela after he passed away because the court symbolises the ideals he and the collective citizenry fought for. I am passionate about sharing my insights on the Constitutional Court’s work and how it has worked to secure the human rights of many marginalised South Africans. I am also passionate about the Court’s over four hundred artworks which provide a visual interface for the public entering the highest court in the country. The selected artwork allows stories of the past to be told in a way that crosses gender, racial, age and class boundaries as a unique and eclectic visual expression of humanity by internationally acclaimed artists such as Dumile Feni, William Kentridge, Judith Mason and many more.