As a Year 12 Politics class, we were given a remarkable opportunity to explore the inner workings of the political world and gain insight into the life of a Supreme Court judge through a meeting with Lady Vivien Rose. Her journey to become one of the first female Supreme Court judges left a profound impact on all of us, as she shared her struggles and achievements throughout her life. As an alumnus of Kingsbury High School, she read law at Cambridge and Oxford universities, before beginning a career as a barrister and then becoming a High Court Judge, Court of Appeal Judge and finally a Supreme Court judge. We were able to witness part of the hearing into the Rwanda case where the Supreme Court Justices are deciding whether the government can legally begin to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda. We attended this case and saw how the court room was filled with barristers and the media, showing how challenging yet significant a career within politics and law is. Words cannot express how inspiring this experience was for our Year 12 politics class.