The reality TV star wants to take the California bar exam in 2022, she said in an interview with Vogue.
She also played a key role in the release of Alice Marie Johnson, the 63-year-old woman who served 21 years of a life sentence for a non-violent drug charge
Since then, Kardashian has been working with lawyers and activists, including CNN commentator Van Jones, on a national bipartisan advocacy group on criminal justice reform. (CNN)
Kim Kardashian helped one woman get her prison sentence pardoned with the assistance of the most ridiculously dumb president in American history and now she thinks she’s a lawyer. What a time to be alive.
Apparently in California, you don’t need to attend law school in order to take the bar exam. So Kim is going to do this little internship at a law office and
It’s really cute that she’s following in her father’s footsteps. Robert Kardashian was famous for getting OJ Simpson off his obvious murder charge. He was also played by David Schwimmer in that FX series about the OJ case. The ideal legacy.
I quickly want to say that the one positive takeaway from this story is Kim bringing attention to California’s law programs that don’t require law school, which is an extremely exorbitant endeavor and decades of financially crippling student loan debt. Sooo, thanks
What are the odds she actually passes the bar exam? I imagine she’s going to need these credentials when Kanye West runs for president and wins because people are now voting for human memes and I get the feeling that President Kanye is going to be in a
Again, super cute that Kim is following her father’s career path. Can’t wait for Khloe to follow her father’s footsteps and commits a double homicide and rushes for 1,000 yards for the Buffalo Bills.
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