Fans of Keeping up with the Kardashian’s will know all too well Kimmy K’s foray into the criminal justice system, whether it’s hacking into her ex-boyfriends' voicemail to taking on a new role as private investigator during Kourtney and Kim Take Miami back in 2013 to hiring her own private investigator to tale the notorious Scott Disick around town. The reality star has made her love of calling out life’s injustices no secret, but now the mother-of-three has taken it to a new level.
News sparked last year that Kim may be studying to become an attorney, after hubbie Kanye dropped several hints. Fast-forwarded six months and the former BAZAAR Arabia cover star revealed in a recent interview that she is currently being mentored by two lawyers, Jessica Jackson and Erin Haney, and is undertaking a four-year apprenticeship at a law firm in San Francisco.
Over the summer she’ll take the “baby bar” test. If she passes, she will be allowed to continue for three more years of study with the aims of passing the bar in 2022.
Whilst this may seem a shock decision to some, lest we forget that Kim’s late father Robert Kardashian was a lawyer, his most notable work was working on OJ Simpson’s defence team.
The KKW Beauty founder also played a role in Alice Marie Johnson’s release prison in June 2018. Kim even visited Donald Trump in the White House to argue her release - the president eventually granted the 63-year-old, who was serving a life sentence, clemency.
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