Regomoditswe is a Candidate Attorney in the Litigation Department where he provides general litigation services to clients in both the private and public sector.
Regomoditswe matriculated from Geelhout Park Secondary School in Rustenburg, and then pursued his studies and obtained an LLB Degree from the North West University. At the NWU he served on several committees such as the Law Student’s Council, Students for Law and Social Justice and served as a member of the Black Lawyers Association Student Chapter. Regomoditswe’s versatility for academic and student leadership excellence saw him being honoured by the Golden Key International Honour Society.
During his final year of studies, he was accepted and successfully served as law researcher at the Constitutional Court to Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and Justice Jafta in 2016. In addition to assisting Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng in his role as a law researcher, he was also involved in the day-to-day running of the Chief Justice Chamber’s and the finalisation of judgments. Whilst at the Constitutional Court, he acquired immense skills and understanding of constitutional law in motion as well as strategic litigation.
Regomoditswe’s strong leadership qualities matched with an immediately likeable personality affords him the opportunity to engage fully with clients who undoubtedly benefit from his diligence and ‘can- do’ attitude.
Golden Key International Honour Society
Black Lawyers Association Constitutional Court Law Clerks Alumni
North West University Law Clinic
VVD Pro-Bono Committee