(Los Angeles) reality star Kim Kardashian graduated from law school after three failed attempts in California, the first step in her dream of one day becoming a lawyer, she announced on Monday.
The millionaire has long been known to want to sign up for the bar.
He wrote on Twitter about the first-year law exam required for applicants who have not graduated from college in California.
Kim Kardashian, 41, attended Pierce College in Los Angeles, but did not graduate.
“Know that it is not easy for me. I have failed this exam three times in two years, but each time I have studied more and more,” the star continues.
However, he points out that he suffered from COVID-19 during his third failure and that he has a high fever.
According to the California Bar, the first year exam consists of four essays and a multiple-choice quiz of 100-questions about contracts and criminal law.
Statistics show that only 20-25% of applicants pass this exam.
“Great lawyers have told me that this is practically impossible and that it is more difficult than studying in a traditional law school,” Kim Kardashian assures, “it’s (her) only option.”
The star has pledged more than once for reform of the U.S. judiciary, sometimes asking for mercy for certain offenders. It is noteworthy that he met with former President Donald Trump at the White House in 2019 on this issue.
She was not the first woman to touch the law in the Kardashian clan. His late father, Robert Kardashian, was part of a panel of lawyers releasing OJ Simpson on double murder charges.
“My father is very proud […] I knew he would laugh at people like him who failed the exam on the first try, but he would have been a huge supporter of me! She writes.
The star is in the midst of divorce proceedings from artist Kanye West.
According to the American media, she demanded that the court declare her “officially in solitary confinement” and remove her husband’s name from her marital status.
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