Kim Kardashian dream of creating a law firm

We have no doubt that everything that is proposed kim kardashian gets it. The protagonist of the most famous reality show in the United States has taken different and surprising professional turns throughout her life, and she has always turned out well! She began as an assistant to Paris Hilton —for whom she did these strange tasks— and years later she became the flagship of the most involved family on television. Now, tired of having become a fashion icon and one of the most persecuted women in the world, she longs to pursue a more mundane job: the legal profession. A vocation that he would have inherited from his father, robert kardashianiconic jurist who was precisely the one who catapulted the clan to fame several decades ago, when he defended OJ Simpson in his media trial who blamed him for having murdered his wife.

Now, as if it were a familiar ‘dejavú’, KimKa has embarked on the arduous path to one day practice as such in court. So much so that during a recent interview with the Hong Kong edition of Vogue, she acknowledged that her next dream is to build a successful law firm. And knowing the tenacity and the desire that Kris Jenner’s daughter brings to what she proposes, we have no doubt that she will be.

Kim Kardashian and her father, Robert, in a file photo

Robert Kardashian and Kim Kardashian, in a photo from 1996.

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Having already started her law degree at the University of California, Kardashian has passed – after failing it three times – the difficult exam called ‘baby bar’, which takes place at the end of the first year of studies and which is the main student bias who end up not completing their studies. This is how she herself communicated it with a message full of pride on her social networks last December:

“I have approved the ‘baby bar’! I look in the mirror and I am proud of the woman I see. For those who don’t know, this hasn’t been easy for me. […] I know that my father would be proud and impressed by the path I am taking now, as well as he would have been my best fellow student.”

As he now tells the magazine, his passion would be to fight to reform the current criminal justice system in the United States, in which he has already broken into to help several convicts in recent years: “I want to advocate for those who I feel were wrongfully convicted”, comments the ‘celebrity’. “When people asked me what I wanted to do if I didn’t record the family show, I always said that I wanted to be a criminal investigator or a lawyer,” she concludes hopefully.

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